Brida review

This is the book review of Brida by Paulo Coelho. This is the story of a young girl Brida and her quest for knowledge. On her journey she meets a wise man who teaches her to have faith in dark and difficult situations in life. She thus learns about overcoming her fears. Ahead in her journey, she meets a woman who teaches her to listen to the hidden music of the world and dance freely to it. They see in her a gift, but must let her make her own way to discover it. On the way to her destiny, she struggles to balance her relationships and her desire for transformation.

Genre: Fiction

Published by: Harper Collins Publishers

Pages: 264

‘But how will I know who my soulmate is?’‘By taking risks,’ she said to Brida. ‘ By risking failure, disappointment, dillusion, but never ceasing in your search for love. As long as you keep looking, you will triumph in the end.’


The story starts when the main character Brida meets the wise man, who is much older than her. He teaches her the secrets of nature and the control of her surroundings and her fears, by the means of her thoughts.

The start of the novel itself makes you eager for knowing more about the mysteries of the unknown side of the world.

Brida then meets a woman who teaches her to dance to the hidden tunes of the world. The young girl loves the woman’s lifestyle and respects her in all aspects.

The knowledge of occult sciences makes you want to know more on the topic. The book takes you into a whole different world of magic and mysteries.

Brida by Paulo Coelho is a perfect blend of love, passion, mystery and spirituality.


Paulo Coelho was born in Brazil and has become one of the most widely read and loved authors in the world. He is especially known for The Alchemist and Eleven Minutes. More than 100 million of his books have been sold worldwide and translated into 66 different languages. He has received numerous prestigious international awards, amongst them is the Crystal Award by the world Economic Forum and France’s Legion d’Honneur. He writes a weekly column syndicated throughout the world.

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I surely do recommend it to all the magic and mystery lovers. I’ve read this book twice and couldn’t put it down both the times.

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