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List of Paulo Coelho Books/Paulo Coelho Book List (Including Hell Archives Paulo Coelho/Paulo Coelho Hell Archives & The Spy Paulo Coelho)

  1. Theater for Education (1974)
  2. Hell Archives (1982)
  3. The Pilgrimage (1987)
  4. The Alchemist (1988)
  5. Brida (1990)
  6. The Supreme Gift (1991)
  7. The Valkyries (1992)
  8. Maktub (1994)
  9. By the River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept (1994)
  10. The Fifth Mountain (1996)
  11. Love Letters from a Prophet (1997)
  12. Manual of the Warrior of Light (1997)
  13. Veronika Decides to Die (1998)
  14. Essential Words (1998)
  15. The Devil and Miss Prym (2000)
  16. Fathers, Sons and Grandsons (2001)
  17. Eleven Minutes (2003)
  18. The Genie and the Roses (2004)
  19. Journeys (2004)
  20. Life (2004)
  21. The Zahir (2005)
  22. Revived Paths (2005)
  23. Like the Flowing River (2006)
  24. The Witch of Portobello (2006)
  25. The Winner Stands Alone (2008)
  26. Love (2009)
  27. Aleph (2010)
  28. Fábulas (2011)
  29. Manuscript Found in Accra (2012)
  30. Adultery (2014)
  31. The Spy (2016)
  32. Hippie (2018)
  33. The Archer (2020)
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    My 3 Favorite Paulo Coelho Books

    The Alchemist, however, does not even begin to get on my list of favorite Paulo Coelho books.

    Top on my list is a book called Manual of the Warrior of Light.

    I cannot count the number of copies of this book that I have bought.

    I bought several copies for myself (because people keep borrowing it and not returning it). Some, I bought for friends. Again and again, I have bought this book.

    Paulo Coelho best books: Manual of the Warrior of Light, one of my favorite Paulo Coelho books

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    Paulo Coelho Books Best: Manual of the Warrior of Light

    Manual of the Warrior of Light is a collection of newspaper columns written by Paulo Coelho in the ’90s.

    Each page of Manual of the Warrior of Light is a new passage, an inspirational thought, a message of wisdom and guidance and encouragement for the Warrior of Light.

    The Warrior of Light is, according to the book, someone who seeks to fight the good fight.

    I understand that to mean anyone who lives their life trying to do the right thing or to live according to “higher principles”.

    No matter how many times I read Manual of the Warrior of Light, it’s still as rich for me as it was the first time.

    Each time, I walk away with new nuggets of knowledge that I find directly applicable to my life.

    Two other books on my Top Three Paulo Coelho Books’ list are The Devil and Miss Prym, a book about a human experiment on the nature of mankind—are we inherently good or evil?—and The Zahir, about obsession.

    Wow! Paulo Coelho books are really something!

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    Paulo Coelho Books List: Earlier Books vs. Later Books

    His earlier works such as The Pilgrimage, The Valkyries, and The Alchemist are highly spiritual and esoteric, while his later works such as Veronika Decides to Die, Eleven Minutes, and The Zahir are a lot more modern and secular (though still as deep).

    If you’ve read just his earlier works or just his later works, try one of the titles from the other group and see what you think of that style.

    Are you familiar with the works of Paulo Coelho? If so, what do you think of them? Which Paulo Coelho books are your favorite? Which Paulo Coelho books are you looking forward to reading?

    If you’ve never read any of his books before and are looking for something soulful and heartwarming to read, this might be just the thing for you.

    Paulo Coelho books are readily available at most bookstores in East Africa. Check them out and let me know what you think.

    Now, let me head out to pick up that copy of The Witch of Portobello.


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