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El regreso del joven príncipe Free download È PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ [Reading] ➺ El regreso del joven príncipe By A.G. Roemmers – Insolpro.co.uk With specially commissioned illustrations by Pietari Posti and a foreword by Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s nephew THE RETURN OF THE YOWith specially commissioned illustrations by Pietari Posti and del joven Kindle #180 a foreword by Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s nephew THE RETURN OF THE YOUNG PRINCE will be cherished by children and adults alike across the globe Even princes from faraway planets do not always remain small Eventually they. Terrible terrible book The author completely missed the lightness and innocence of the original Little Prince This book is just an excuse for the author to share with us his personal thoughts on life morals and ethics using the endless uestions the Little Prince asks him as a pretext But guess what If I wanted to hear a Christian sermon I would go to Church the very fact that he dedicated this book to Jesus Christ should have tipped me off I really struggled to finish these 150 pages Forget about the marvel and lightness of the original Little Prince they are absolutely gone

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Grow up and – no longer El regreso eBook #204 content with their tiny planet – set off once again to explore the universe anew So the Little Prince now a teenager one day returns to Earth and finds himself on a lonely country road in the vast desolate plains of Patagonia There he meets the narrator of t. The Little Prince was so innocently written and this was not I mean it's not bad but I just feel like the narrator was trying to hard Not my favourite read by far

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El regreso del joven príncipeHis novel who rescues regreso del joven eBook #184 him and takes him on a journey Slowly the Prince shares the stories of his adventures and together they begin to explore some of life’s most important uestions taking readers along with them on a wonderful spiritual journey An inspiring life changing book. As a seuel this book fails miserably as the author is unable to remove himself from the text enough The entire book is a conversation where the author as narrator teaches the prince about humanity but in the end realises it was the prince who taught him about himself all along It’s very high and mighty and just too much with a very ham fisted message At times I thought the author would say “and then everybody clapped” as he seems so proud of his astounding message of goodwill Had it been published without the prince character then I wouldn’t have read it but I’d also be all the better for it as I did not enjoy this book