The Celestine Prophecy (Celestine Prophecy, #1) by James Redfield

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A book that has been passed from hand to hand, from friend to friend, since it first appeared in small bookshops across America, The 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 crystallize 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.

Title : The Celestine Prophecy (Celestine Prophecy, #1)
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ISBN : 0446671002
Edition Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 247 pages


mark rated it ★☆☆☆☆

November 09, 2011

a mea culpa for me and Ruby! once upon a time, a long time ago, i was an Entertainment Insurance Underwriter for AIG (well, a junior underwriter). i got to read a lot of scripts, i dealt with a lot of famous people, i got paid a lot of money. it was a time of much partying, much coke, an expense a...

David rated it ★★★★★

January 24, 2009

• This is the 2nd time I’ve read this book. And while I’m pretty sure most of it is fictional, I still think it carries some valuable insights…so I want to summarize them in the 9 insights of the book and my understanding of them: o 1) Noticing the coincidences in life is the first step. The more...

Tess rated it ★☆☆☆☆

December 19, 2008

Utter rubbish from start to finish. This is the literary equivalent of a Ponzi scheme. He made loads of money based on fraud. Nothing there. If you have a brain, use it, and don't go near this book.

Prairie78 rated it ★☆☆☆☆

August 07, 2007

I resent when a writer who has a lot of opinions about, ya know, stuff, decides that everyone should hear about all the stuff he's thinking about, but then realizes that maybe it would be boring as all get out, so then decides that if he turns all the stuff he's thinking into a novel, then maybe...

Darby rated it ★★★★★

April 16, 2014

I read this book at the end of 1996 or around beginning of 1997. I read about it in a magazine I used to get that I loved called, "Catalist." (The magazine went out of print - sorry to say - because I loved that magazine and still have all my issues - less then 2 years worth published.) The Celest...

Bill rated it ★☆☆☆☆

August 22, 2007

Someone gave my wife a hard cover copy of this book when she was in the hospital. I picked it up and read perhaps the first 50 or so pages while I was sitting in her hospital room, then I skimmed the rest of it and tossed it in the trash. What I saw was poor writing, misguided ideas, lack of stru...

Sam rated it ★☆☆☆☆

June 29, 2007

I really hoped this book would be as good as "everyone" says it is. I was totally underwhelmed. Painfully jejune plot, paper-thin characters, pedestrian prose, and for what? A handful of ridiculous "insights" about how our expectations affect the physical world and how we fight for each other's "...

Victoria rated it ★★★★★

December 09, 2012

I take more from this book every time I read it. My original review: I've read this book a few times, the first time after it had been given to me by a rather 'hippy-ish' friend of mine. The first time, I wanted to throw it in the bin. Written badly with two dimension characters. Flaws in the plot...

Jack rated it ★☆☆☆☆

January 26, 2016

(Actual footage of me reading this book*) *It was the only book available to me during a recent stay with some relatives down south, as I'd stupidly left the stack of paperbacks I'd planned to bring on the kitchen table at home. It's really really good if you like crap. I'm sorry if this book is...

Evan rated it ★☆☆☆☆

June 13, 2012

The Celestine Prophecy outlines the spiritual beliefs of James Redfield, a New Age religious thinker. It is presented as an adventure story, where an American protagonist is searching Peru for nine “insights” from a mysterious manuscript. The book is divided into nine chapters, each focused on on...

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