As Valkírias = The valkyries: an encounter with angels, Paulo Coelho The enchanting, true .. He iniciado a leer este libro que tan esperado lo tenia por leer. Las valkirias has ratings and reviews. Jessica O primeiro livro de Paulo Coelho que li e que me fez querer ler tudo o que escreveu. Apesar de nem . Las Valkirias Paulo Coelho. likes · 2 talking about this. La batalla por el mundo se libra en el interior de cada uno.

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La batalla por el mundo se libra en el interior de cada uno: Una novela protagonizada por el propio Coelho. Paperbackpages. Published August by Buenos Aires: Grijalbo first published Mojave Desert United States.

Voelho see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Las valkirias valkiriaas, please sign up. Hi, I’m new to Coelho, which book is best to start with? Should I read the alchemist before this one? See 2 questions about Las valkirias….

Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This may sound like I’m dumb or something, but really, I didn’t get the point of this novel.

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I read from somewhere that the book is about “journey of faith, of trust, of forgiveness, of love, of self-discovery, and of battling the darkness within ourselves, and wanting to change”. Okay, so I got these messages, but only vaguely. In addition, I read somewhere that this book is semi-biographical – but is it? I find myself wondering which events were liro, Okay.

I find myself wondering which events were real, and which were fiction. For this matter, I categorized The Valkyries under my “literature-fiction” bookshelf. Moreover, I got disturbed by how the male protagonist treated his wife. I mean, I felt like he was just “taking her for granted”. Last but not least, I got bored with the story and how it progressed.

Due to these factors, I didn’t finish reading the novel. I finally closed the book shortly after the wife had a battle with the leader of the valkyries. Also, I bought other Paulo Coelho books, and I hope that when I get to read them, I will see for myself why many people like his works.

View all 8 comments. The only good thing about this book was that it was a relatively easy read. Otherwise, the entire plot and the characters are like the yawn-inducing, bland portraits found in some struggling artist’s repertoire.


Overused, hipster enigma of fabled tales doesn’t work corlho as well as it did in The Alchemist. The result is boring, colourless and instantly forgettable.

In “The Valkyries” i found a different Coelho, one I didn’t like. The message of the book avlkirias to be clear and beautiful, but underneath it all the waters are muddy.

I found it really challenging to read; had I not been spending so much time in the airport these days, I might not have finished it at all.

Maybe I am just a very conservative christian, but it appears to be clearly stated in the Bible, which Coelho quotes so much, that witchcraft is wrong. It was hard for me to understand how Christianity goes together with esoteric stuff. As my friend stated it, “it is full of New Age crap”. Of course, it might be a completely different experience for others, but I wouldn’t recommend this book to anyone. View all 4 comments. Boring, pedantic and pointless. Oct 09, N. Coeloh think I’m just not a fan of the two Paulo Coelho books I found.

I think I am lost. And in the ocean, so to speak. Hmmmmm I just couldn’t get it. As for me, this is the worst of Paulo Coelho’s writings. After getting introduced to Coelho via “The Alchemist”, imagine my expectations when I stumbled upon this one. I don’t remember when I read it exactly, but I remember the weird ending that was supposedly true. True as in “happened to Coelho in real life”.

It might have happened, and I might have believed it, if valkiris anything in the book made sense. Some Books are Hair Raising and then some are Hair Splitting and Then there are third kind, that will take away all your hairby the time you reach the end.

Then he Twists the Story about searching Angels, putting females riding Motorcycles in desertcalling them Valkyries. The Book should be named Introd Some Books are Hair Raising and then some are Hair Splitting and Then there are third kind, that will take away all your hairby the time you reach the end. The Book valoirias be named Introduction to Witchcraftism ye ye.

Amidst those motorcycle riding females, who perform Voodoo in desert, you will find Paulo blabbering like a nut and his wife bearing his blabbering about god knows what. Goodreads considers negative ratings from book. Because, I wanted to review it Harshly Was there a story here? If there was then I missed it. The plot is extremely lacking or at vxlkirias very difficult to decern. The conversations are boring as the characters jabber on about nothing consequential. I’m being generous in giving valkiriqs even 1 star.

Ugh, just not a good book.

Las valkirias by Paulo Coelho (4 star ratings)

One of the worst books I’ve ever read. Ok I finally get it, Coelho is delusional. This was a very confusing book for me. Normally after reading Paulo’s books, my soul is literally renewed but for this I coellho nothing.


It seemed as though I was really trying to understand the author’s spiritual journey as he sought for his angel Disappointed because there was no connection between what I was reading and what I believe, which is usually what I get from reading Paulo. It took a while to get into and only after the halfway point when the Valkyries arrived I was finally captured. Although it’s more of an autobiography, it would have been better without Chris init.

In my opinion Coelho should stay away from autobiography types. A real sleeper hold this one!! Fans of Coelho but not really don’t read this one. I just remember reading it and then the first chapter was not that really interesting and then I gave up and returned it to the library and not really giving a cielho what the book is really about.

This was one of the worst books I have ever read. I use to like the author, but after reading this I’m just pailo. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The setting is tense and obscure; the real Paulo is human and full of his own questions.

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They set themselves free by letting their nude bodies be devoured by the tragic sun. The suspense builds when his wife Christina first learns to quiet her second mind, and figures out how to talk with her Angel, before he does.

The author talks of Christianity, spirituality, magi The setting is tense and obscure; the real Paulo is human and full of his own questions. He speaks of guardian angel protecting and guiding one by using the third person. The story is told there about a Christian saint Maria so-called Egipciaca who surrendered her body to a boatman, in order to get to Jerusalem.

Similarly another character, the Valkyries, are said to be the warriors of light and were meant for spreading the word of Christianity, are also described traveling to different desert towns and pauoo love with men they coming across on way. Through these nasty ideas, the author seems legitimizing the prostitution for the cause of religion and the promiscuous sexual relations.

Okkultismus und esoterische Praktiken vermischt mit Religion Nee, nee, nee, das ist nicht meins. Librp und an konnte ich zwar die ein oder andere interessante Passage herausfiltern, aber sonst kann ich diesem Buch absolut nichts abgewinnen.