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In The Secret Letters Of The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, a journey of a lifetime lifts Jonathan up from the pits of despair to the heights of epiphany.
Summary Of The Book
The Secret Letters Of The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari is the sequel to the author’s earlier book, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari. The protagonist of the sequel is a man named Jonathan Landry, who is undergoing a bad phase in life. Trapped in an unsatisfying job and a marriage that is on the rocks, Jonathan believes that life has been extremely unfair to him.
One day, he is summoned by his uncle and mentor, Julian Mantle. Julian is the monk from The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari - a former attorney who renounced his materialistic life and sought enlightenment in the Himalayan mountains.
Julian sends Jonathan on a mission to retrieve several letters and talismans that the former had sent to certain people after his stay in the Himalayas. The letters contain priceless information about the epiphanies Julian had during his Himalayan sojourn.
Jonathan is reluctant to leave behind Adam, his beloved six-year-old son. Nevertheless, he sets out on the mission as planned. It turns out to be a demanding, yet satisfying globe-trekking experience.
His journey takes him to several cities across the world. From the gleaming skyscrapers of Shanghai to the eerie catacombs of Paris, from the sultry presence of the tango in Buenos Aires to the awe-inspiring Taj Mahal in Agra, he takes it all in, being transformed a little by every city he visits and every person he encounters.
Particularly, his meetings with the keepers of the letters and talismans have a remarkable impact on him. These people, with their inspiring stories and even more inspiring lives, gradually transform Jonathan completely. He sheds his cloak of materialism, and goes on to discover and utilize his true potential.
The book gifts the reader with tremendous insights on success, true happiness, and living the life of one’s dreams. It has the quality of a travelogue, keeping the reader engaged with the beauty and charm of every city that Jonathan visits.
The book was published by Jaico Publishing House in 2012, to coincide with the fifteenth anniversary of The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, another bestseller by the author. It went on to become an international bestseller.
About Robin Sharma
Robin Sharma is a Canadian author and speaker. He is a widely read author on an international level.
His books include Leadership Wisdom, Who Will Cry When You Die?, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, The Greatness Guide, The Leader Who Had No Title, Family Wisdom, and The Saint The Surfer And The CEO.
His writing has provided inspiration to many people across the world, and has brought him tremendous success. Many of his books have become international bestsellers and created new records in terms of sales. They have been translated into nearly 70 languages, and have been sold in more than 60 countries worldwide.
Sharma has two law degrees, including a master’s from the Dalhousie Law School. He was a litigation lawyer before he switched careers. He shot to fame with his second book, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari. It was initially self-published and went on to sell millions of copies. Sharma has founded a global consultancy that helps people turn into leaders, regardless of their position in their organization. The consultancy is called Sharma Leadership International Inc. It counts many successful companies like IBM, FedEx, Microsoft, and Nike among its clientele. Sharma is regarded as one of the Top 5 leadership gurus in the world.
|Publisher||Jaico Publishing House|
|Number of Pages||236 Pages|
While reading the book I thought its like "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari" but when I completed the book it was another of Me. I am reborn again I followed those little steps of improvement in daily work. Today i feeling a lot more satisfy in doing what i do. So, hope to get such good and motivational novels from the Master.
The story is this: Jonathan, the protagonist, is called by his motherâs cousin, Julian, to collect talismans, which are some souvenirs that the monks gave him. Each souvenir has a meaningful message. To ensure their safety, Julian had given these to different friends all over the world, who completely suit the talisman with which they are entrusted. Along with the talismans, Julian had written some notes which explain why and how the particular talisman is important, and what it signifies.
Jonathan is going through a rough patch in his life, and decides to go ahead and do it, figuring from Julianâs hints that someoneâs life can be saved by those talismans. Little does he know that it is his life which is on the line, and it is his life that Julian is trying to save.
Let me begin with the cover. I liked it very much, mainly due to its simplicity. It looks very elegant, and is not over the top. Totally apt, considering the genre and nature of the book.
Of course, the primary factor that got me interested in the book was the fact that it was the sequel to the international bestseller, a book that I adore.
What I absolutely love about this book, and also its prequel, is that they are told in the form of a story. They do not have that vibe, the one where you think youâre sitting in a lecture, which is very common with self-help novels. They tend to be over informative, and way too boring. Over here, on the contrary, you have a story, which has a very meaningful moral as well. That is the beauty of the whole thing.
As another reviewer at The-Vault, put it:
Thatâs what works best for the book, I think. It does not serve you with any metaphysical, hard to grasp theories and preaching. It just lists up some very wise, but very simple ways that can ensure you a happier and healthier life.
The book does not read like a scholarly thesis by a great gyaani. Instead, all the teachings have been described in simple conversation between two friends, with little jokes and witty lines punctuating the lessons. You donât have to rack your brain to understand whatâs being said, or what the words really mean. Everything is plain and simple, and thus, more effective.
To see, or read, Julianâs character again, was a treat; there was this whole aura of familiarity.
I liked the story line, and loved the characters. We can see Jonathanâs transformation throughout the course of the book, which is a very difficult feat for an author to accomplish. Good Job, Mr.Sharma.
Yes, the story did have a few loopholes. Like, I had guessed pretty early on that it was Jonathan whose life was being saved. But, the other secret, which I am not going to disclose, was well kept.
I thought that the book was fabulous. However, there is just one thing that I should add. It is not exactly a criticism of the novel, but just a fact.
The thing is, this kind of a novel has some wonderful messages, which should be implemented in oneâs life. However, when youâre as young as me, that becomes a little more difficult, what with not being in total control of your own life. Thus, I think, this book is better suited to readers who are a little mature, and are in control of their own life, because that way, they can do what they want with it, including the implementation of the messages in here. Having said that, I am not saying that people my age cannot read the book. They definitely can, and should.
Over all, the book is definitely worth a trip to a bookstore.
awesome. must have. when i began the book it read like a really refined version of the alchemist. but when i closed the book, i was secretly applauding the brilliant Robin in my heart. it is a lot, lot more than the alchemist.
I cherish the novel 'The monk who sold his farrari' that's why i ordered robin sharma's new novel but it is not that adorable. The pattern is almost same so it is not that exciting.those who didn't have read previous novel may found it worth.
This book which is the sequel of "The monk who sold his ferrari" is good for those who haven't read 1st part.I was expecting it to be as good as as the 1st part but it disappointed me.While reading it you will feel that you have already been through its new technique & story,but its a inspirational one,a game changer for learners.If you are bent on reading this,then you can go for it.
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