DAILY DOSE OF ART

As prescribed by Paulina Constancia

Book Week Series (5): Paulo Coelho’s the Devil and Miss Prym

April 23 is  World Book & Copyright Day. So I thought it would be perfect to share with you the masterpieces of my favourite author-Paulo Coelho. Everyday this week, I will interpret in a digital collage some of his most unforgettable lines to inspire us in life.
Learn more about World Book & Copyright Day




Paulo Coelho’s 
The Devil and Miss Prym‎ 
A Novel of Temptation

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A community devoured by greed, cowardice, and fear. A man persecuted by the ghosts of his painful past. A young woman searching for happiness. In one eventful week, each will face questions of life, death, and power, and each will choose a path. Will they choose good or evil?


In the remote village of Viscos — a village too small to be on any map, a place where time seems to stand still — a stranger arrives, carrying with him a backpack containing a notebook and eleven gold bars. He comes searching for the answer to a question that torments him: Are human beings, in essence, good or evil? In welcoming the mysterious foreigner, the whole village becomes an accomplice to his sophisticated plot, which will forever mark their lives.


Paulo Coelho’s stunning novel explores the timeless struggle between good and evil, and brings to our everyday dilemmas fresh perspective: incentive to master the fear that prevents us from following our dreams, from being different, from truly living.


The Devil and Miss Prym is a story charged with emotion, in which the integrity of being human meets a terrifying test.
Learn More About Paulo Coelho on BIO and Wikipedia
Learn More About “The Devil and Miss Prym”


My Favorite Lines from 
The Devil and Miss Prym

“When we least expect it, life sets us a challenge to test our courage and willingness to change; at such a moment, there is no point in pretending that nothing has happened or in saying that we are not ready. The challenge will not wait. Life does not look back. A week is more than enough time for us to decide whether or not to accept our destiny.”

“Challenge Ahead”
Inspired by Paulo Coelho’s The Devil and Miss Prym
Digital Collage by Paulina Constancia

Original Photo Taken at Upper Kananaskis Lake

by Michael Wortman


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