About two to three days ago, I've finished reading a novel by Paulo Coelho, "By The River Piedra I Sat Down And Wept (Na margem do rio Piedra eu sentei e chorei). The book I bought about a week ago, and I officially bought its English version, or we can say it as international version of the book. It is quite heavy, with the beautiful diction inside it, and also the story line exposed.
Here is the book cover (it is exactly what it is):
Along the way, I found so many inspirational quotes. Or, maybe it's just a reflection of our real experiences, and Coelho succeeded to pack these all in compact. The language it served was so nude and honest, bold, and also cynic. The romantic side of Coelho, as usual, was also brought in here.