Tuesday, May 30, 2006

The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield.

Author: James Redfield.
ISBN: 0-553-40902-6
Publisher: Bantam Books
Genre: Fiction 'spiritual'
Pages: 283

"In the rain of Peru,
an ancient manuscript has been
discovered. Within its pages are 9 key insights
into life itself -- insights each human being is predicted to
grasp sequentially, one insight then another, as we move toward a completely spiritual culture on Earth

The Celestine Prophecy contains secrets that are currently changing our world. Drawing on the ancient wisdom found in a Peruvian manuscript, it tells you how to make connections between the events happening in your own life right now ...and lets you see what is going to happen to you in the years to come.

A book that has been passed from hand to hand, from friend to friend, since it first appeared in small bookshops across America, Celestine Prophecy is a work that has come to light at a time when the world deeply needs to read its words. The story it tells is a gripping one of adventure and discovery, but it is also a guidebook that has the power to crystalise your perceptions of why you are where you are in life ...and to direct your steps with a new energy and optimism as you head into tomorrow.

A book that comes along just once in a lifetime to change lives forever."

This is a book about how a man finds himself in another country, as he goes in search of some ancient mauscripts. These manuscripts are life changing but, certain people want them destroyed. The journey to discover them and keep them safe is all those who believe in it want.

This is a good book, and I found it enjoyable to read. I don't think for me it was thrilling but it was one of those books that made me think. This book helps you to look at yourself and the world around you, in a different way. Many have clamied the book itself is life changing and I can see how. It's a spiritual book and I think many who read it will take what resonated with them, and use it in their own lives.

I give this book 7/10

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