The Alchemist audiobook revolves around a young shepherd named Santiago. He sets out to find treasure in the Egyptian pyramids after having a lot of dreams about it. In The Alchemist audiobook, he meets mentors, finds love, and most importantly, discovers the true value of who he is and how to strengthen himself and concentrate on what truly matters in life.
In The Alchemist audiobook, Santiago had a dream about pyramids and treasures while sleeping in a cathedral. He goes out to discover the pyramids after having his dream analysed by an old woman and learns about the notion of “Personal Legends.” Tangier, where he works for a crystal dealer, and the oasis, where he falls in love with Fatima, a “desert woman,” to whom he proposes marriage, are important destinations on his voyage. She pledges to marry him only once he has finished his quest. Disappointed at first, he soon realises that genuine love will not cease, nor must one surrender one’s purpose to it, for doing so deprives it of reality.
In The Alchemist audiobook free, Santiago then meets an alchemist who educates him about his true self. Together, they conduct a risky trek through warring tribes’ land, and he learns about the notion of the “Soul of the World,” which binds all beings to the same spiritual essence. This permits him to face his captors while turning towards the wind. When he starts excavating near the pyramids, he is robbed again, but this time he learns from the leader of the robbers that the wealth he was looking for is in the destroyed church where he had his first dream.
The Alchemist audiobook free is a timeless work of art that exemplifies the transformative power of our aspirations and the necessity of listening to our hearts.
Paulo Coelho wrote The Alchemist audiobook.
Paulo Coelho de Souza was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on August 24, 1947. He is a songwriter and author from Brazil, well known for his work The Alchemist. He has won over 115 awards and honours, including the Hans Christian Andersen Award, the Grinzane Cavour Book Award, and several more.
Coelho went to a Jesuit school. He went to law school on his parents’ wishes, abandoning his ambition of becoming a novelist. He dropped out a year later and became a hippy, travelling around South America, North Africa, Mexico, and Europe. Coelho returned to Brazil and worked as a songwriter. Because of the subject of several of the songs he wrote with Raul, Coelho became connected with magic and occultism. Before pursuing his career as a writer, Coelho worked as an actor, journalist, and theatre director.
Hell Archives, Coelho’s debut book, published in 1982 and failed to make a significant effect. Coelho authored The Pilgrimage in 1987 after completing the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in 1986. The Alchemist published in 1988 by a modest Brazilian publishing firm that only printed 900 copies and chose not to reprint it. He eventually found a larger publishing firm, and The Alchemist took off after the release of his second novel, Brida. In 1994, HarperCollins chose to publish the book. It went on to become a worldwide bestseller.
The Pilgrimage, Hippie, The Valkyries, and Aleph are his four autobiographical works, while the rest are largely fictitious. His work has been translated into 83 languages and has been published in over 170 countries. His novels have sold over three hundred and twenty million copies worldwide.
The narrator of The Alchemist audiobook is Jeremy Irons. Other audiobooks that Jeremy Irons has also narrated are Lolita, Empire of the Sun, and Brideshead Revisited.
The length of The Alchemist audiobook is 4 hours.
HarperAudio published The Alchemist audiobook on 12/26/2004.