это красивая книга с простой метафорой — твоя жизнь единственное, что у тебя есть и, на самом деле, важнее всего именно то, как ты сам видишь мир вокруг себя, важен потенциал, которым ты обладаешь (а он, скорее всего, бесконечен).
немного отдает 'алхимиком' Коэльо, плюс тут тоже можно весь текст разбить на цитаты.
но вывод один: когда грустно, нужно читать что-то такое, чтобы иметь возможность сдвигуть точку зрения и почувствовать что-то новое.
wow! that's everything i can say after i finally finished reading it. in general, it took me more than three months to read it, but actually, i was reading it only for a couple of days throughout those months. at first, i dropped it off because it was so complicated to read those first chapters about nora's intentions and decisions on her life. her mood was overwhelming for me, so i literally couldn't keep reading it.
do i regret it? well, no. the author had taught me not to regret anything because it doesn't mean that i would miss something really good.
i always knew that i would finish it one day and that day is finally here. there are quite contradictive reviews and personally, i still think that maybe that hype around the book, even a year later, is a wee bit overrated. the idea of the book is actually amazing! it provides so many crucial thoughts, philosophy and quantum physics references, but the plot itself was in my opinion, so slow and dry.
along the line, somewhere in the middle of the book i had that thought that maybe i should have just dropped it again and put it on the shelf of"DNF". i also had a thought that in the end, it would again all be connected to the idea of finding love. and i'm extremely glad that the final thought of the main heroine wasn't about that, rather it was completely concentrated on the perks of being alive and live that precious life of yours.