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Kim Chongsatitwattana

Background: Vice-president, Nanmee Books

Published on July 22, 2007



Kim Chongsatitwattana

Reading: "O Zahir" by Paulo Coelho

"I like love stories and Coelho is one of my

favourite authors. As he's from Latin America, the

novel has a dash of magical realism. It centres on a

famous writer's search for his wife who has

vanished for no apparent reason. He embarks on a

journey to find her, and in the process, discovers

both himself and the real meaning of love and

marriage.

"The book really touched my heart. I've gained a

better understanding of love, through passages

like: 'What remains will be the love that moves the

heavens, the stars, people, flowers, insects, the

love that obliges us all to walk across the ice

despite the danger that fills us with joy and with

fear, and gives meaning to everything.'

"The book suggests that we should follow our

dreams and our hearts and live our lives with a

meaningful purpose. It's a great read."


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