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In his latest international bestseller the celebrated author of The Alchemist addresses the fundamental uestions asked by millions What am I doing here today and Why do I go on livingTwenty four year old Veronika seems to have everything she could wish for youth and beauty plenty of attractive boyfriends a fulfilling job and a loving family Yet something is lacking in her life Inside her is a void so deep that nothing could possibly ever fill it So on the morning of November 11 1997 Veronika decides to die She takes a handful of sleeping pills expecting never to wake upNaturally Veronika is stunned when she does wake up at Villete a local mental hospital wh. Fantastic read Awesome I could not put the book down“Veronika Decides to Die” – just read the title againdecides to dieHow many times have you said to yourself at least I have “AhhI don’t care I don’t really want to live any” without even thinking about the meaning of itSo Veronika said the same thing and decided to do something about it WhyNothing bad had happened to Veronika she was beautiful had a regular lifevery ordinary though but normalShe decided that it was not exciting enough and decided to dieBut her suicide attempt didn’t succeed and she ended up in the mental hospital The pills ruined her heart and she had one week to live before she dies – or so she was toldAn awareness of death encourages us to live intensely Having only week to live Veronika re discovers herself sexually and emotionally falls in love and starts having this eagerness to liveIn addition her suicide touched lives of other people in the mental hospital who started cherish every day of their livesBasically everything that happens in our life is our fault and our fault aloneSo when the next time you say to yourself “AhhI don’t care I don’t really want to live any” think twice2014 UpdateI re read this book this year for my book club 6 years since I read it first I agree with all points after my first read but want to add some additional points on issues that Coelho discusses Conformity society norms and its danger Madnessinsanity and what they really mean within the chains of society norms; how society norms varies from culture to culture and how personal individuality can be affected by these “norms” Death and life and how knowing that death is imminent changes your perception of life you start appreciating every moment and allow yourself to express yourself The book discusses other characters Mari Zedka and Eduard They were hiding inside the walls of Vilette because they were trying to escape the real world due to similar reasons related to to not being understood by their families and society Vilette’s environment created a shield from the real world “society” and allowed these “insane” people to express themselves and behave the way they want without criticism At the end Veronika’s suicide affects them profoundly awakening in them a desire to live outside of Vilette’s walls and also making them to realize that Vilette is just another form of controlled society with its own rules and acceptance And that at the end the true happiness lies in our own desire and believe in our own acceptance and willingness to remove any boundaries and allow ourselves to live to the fullest and be happy

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Veronika decide morrerSecond of her existence is a choice between living and dying and at the eleventh hour emerges open to life than ever before In Veronika Decides to Die Paulo Coelho takes the reader on a distinctly modern uest to find meaning in a culture overshadowed by angst soulless routine and pervasive conformity Based on events in Coelho's own life Veronika Decides to Die uestions the meaning of madness and celebrates individuals who do not fit into patterns society considers to be normal Poignant and illuminating it is a dazzling portrait of a young woman at the crossroads of despair and liberation and a poetic exuberant appreciation of each day as a renewed opportuni. For people who are concerned only superficially with the subject complex the book is perhaps uite suitableI found it very terrible and failed especially in face of the fact that the approach could have a lot of potential but this novel was anything but useful

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review Veronika decide morrer 103 ☆ In his latest international bestseller the celebrated author of The Alchemist addresses the fundamental uestions asked by millions What am I doing here today and Why do I go on livingTwenty four year old Veronika seems to have everything she could wish for youth and beauty plenty of attractive boyfriends a fulfilling jobEre the staff informs her that she has in fact partially succeeded in achieving her goal While the overdose didn't kill Veronika immediately the medication has damaged her heart so severely that she has only days to liveThe story follows Veronika through the intense week of self discovery that ensues To her surprise Veronika finds herself drawn to the confinement of Villete and its patients who each in his or her individual way reflect the heart of human experience In the heightened state of life's final moments Veronika discovers things she has never really allowed herself to feel before hatred fear curiosity love and sexual awakening She finds that every. this shitty whiny book in a nutshell which is all it deserves a simple trite self indulgent allegory that poorly contemplates the similarities between genius and insanityi think this is the worst passage i've read so farVitriol was a toxic substance whose symptoms he had identified in his conversations with the men and women he had met Now he was writing a thesis on the subject which he would submit to the Slovenian Academy of Sciences for its scrutiny It was the most important step in the field of insanity since Dr Pinel had ordered that patients should be unshackled astonishing the medical world with the idea that some of them might even be curedAs with the libido—the chemical reaction responsible for sexual desire which Dr Freud had identified but which no laboratory had ever managed to isolate—Vitriol was released by the human organism whenever a person found him or herself in a frightening situation although it had yet to be picked up in any spectrographic tests It was easily recognized though by its taste which was neither sweet nor savory—a bitter taste Dr Igor the as yet unrecognized discoverer of this fatal substance had given it the name of a poison much favored in the past by emperors kings and lovers of all kinds whenever they needed to rid themselves of some obstructive personif you are filled with the incomprehensible rage that follows after utter dullness like this we will probably make good friendsso i actually finished this and guess what it was consistently awful entirely insipid with a delightful dose of misogyny outside of the entire premise of the book a young woman just deciding to kill herself basically because she's bored; apparently veronika only discovers life is worth living after meeting a boring artist dude and spoiler ahead it turns out her male doctor was drugging her with a medicine that mimics heart attacks solely so she could discover how important life is worth living what in no way is this examined for how fucked up it is and we're supposed to just sit back and enjoy the shitty advice on how to live life that's being spewed i probably would have enjoyed this when i was fifteen and didn't know any better but i'm an adult human with critical thinking skills i am not impressed with contrived falsely deep drivel y'all shouldn't be either