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Jonathan Livingston Seagull is no ordinary bird. He believes it is every gull's right to fly, to reach the ultimate freedom of challenge and discovery, finding his greatest reward in teaching younger gulls the joy of flight and the power of dreams. The special 20th anniversary release of this spiritual classic!
|Title||:||Jonathan Livingston Seagull|
|Number of Pages||:||112 pages|
May 21, 2008
Basically, you've got a seagull who just can't fit in with other seagulls. If this was written within the last decade, Jonathan would be coping with his outcast status by wearing a black trench coat and rolling 20-sided dice for fun. He would also achieve a loyal following of other socially awkwa...
March 04, 2017
داستان «منطق الطیر» عطار که «سی مرغ»، در جست و جو به سیمرغ میرسند، این بار دستمایه ی «ریچارد باخ» شده. سیمرغ عطار در این شعرگونه همان بهشت است، که جاناتان میپرسد: آیا مکانی به نام بهشت وجود دارد؟ در جواب میشنود از مرغ فرزانه، که: خیر جاناتان، چنین مکانی وجود ندارد. بهشت یک مکان، یا یک زمان نیست،...
December 15, 2011
I read this book after hearing for years that it was great and life-changing. I expected at worst that it wouldn't be quite as good as advertised. Boy was I in for a surprise!
What I read was the biggest load of self-indulgent, pseudo-inspirational tripe I've read in my life!
Apparently, the moral...
August 21, 2008
Don't read this. Go look at a seagull and think about life on your own if you must. What you come up with will be better than this.
March 08, 2008
"Most gulls don't bother to learn more than the simplest facts of flight--how to get from shore to food and back again," writes author Richard Bach in this allegory about a unique bird named Jonathan Livingston Seagull. "For most gulls it is not flying that matters, but eating. For this gull, tho...
August 18, 2017
This one belongs to the prestigious & almost elusive group of "Huge Imposters That Became Famous By People Who Suddenly Decided to Read a Novel." The book with its cute aura of a birdshape on its cover, was a mega-hit for no other reason than everyone read it. Basically, its a huge ripoff of...
November 30, 2016
You know, sometimes you should just leave fond childhood memories alone.
But I have a hard time resisting any kind of challenge, at least if it relates to reading, so when Karly threw it down (see the thread to this review for her very funny and half-hearted trolling efforts), I felt compelled to...
December 02, 2008
ok, like I just wrote in a comment . . . this is probably one of those books that you have to read at a particular moment in your life.
for me I was 15, had just run away from home and was in utter despair that the entire world was as mean, strict and narrow-minded as my peers seemed to be at tha...
November 22, 2016
When I was a lad, I had to endure my hippie science teacher's self-narrated slide show of the entire book. It beat listening to a lecture about photosynthesis, but not by much.
March 03, 2017
I was recommended this book by a friend. As I had no intention to buy this in case it proved to be dreadful I decided to finally get a library subscription. I’ve been wanting to go to the library for a long time as I am hoping this way I will buy less books. That might not work out as intended bu...