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Needless to say, I was highly disappointed. I would have given the book two and a half stars just because there was some valuable information in it and it was a quick read. This book is different than the rest of his works, even though Veronika Decides to Die was different when it was published too, but it too included a self-search, etc.
The Winner Stands Alone is seriously not your typical enjoyable Coelho read. To elaborate on that, I am making a list of the things i did NOT like: 1- Too many charachters that did not add any postitive impact to the plot. He made it seem that everyone is unhappy, and there is no way that anyone at any positision or situation or lifestyle can ever achieve real true happiness.
Everyone was miserable in the book, the businessman, the writer, the actors, the directors, the distributors, the journalists, and models, the assistants, the police officers, and the general public.
Would have had a much better outcome. Ok, so now that I am done ranting about what i did not like, let me tell you what I liked. Igor is the most intruiging character: the vigilante, the lover, the man who believes he is doing the work of God. He almost reminded me of the Stranger in the Devil and Miss Prym. My last sentiment is that the ending was very predictable, and the book did not add anything new to my knowledge or intellect.
I will continue to love Coelho, and I will expect much better in his next books to come.
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