How do we find the courage to always be true to ourselves—even if we are unsure of who we are?
That is the central question of international bestselling author Paulo Coelho’s profound new work, The Witch of Portobello. It is the story of a mysterious woman named Athena, told by the many who knew her well—or hardly at all. Like The Alchemist, The Witch of Portobello is the kind of story that will transform the way readers think about love, passion, joy, and sacrifice.
Love the nook not the naration.
The book is great but the reader is terible so buy the book.
Narration annoying after a while
The narrator uses the same voice for most of the characters- it gets annoying very quickly. The story may have been good but it was over shadowed by the narrator’s inability to use different voices. Also the main character, Athena, comes off whiney and unsympathetic in the narrator’s voice.