The Path: The Path (A Boy Gets Lost in a Path and Along the way Discovers the Meaning of Life)[Young Adults] (Young Adult Books,Young Adults,Best … Novels,Top 100 Books,Best Sellers) (Volume 1)

A little boy gets lost in a path; along the way, he meets three versions of his future self and discovers the meaning of life. What lessons will he learn? What secrets are going to be revealed? Jump into the path and you will find out…..

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3 Comments

  1. Insight-filled for youth — and everyone else A deceptively simple allegorical journey, The Path is Richard Bach’s Illusions for the young adult set: a novel all those journeying through what is, in my opinion, the toughest part of aging should experience at least once. 

  2. Very inspiring! I am completely wowed by this very intriguing book. The very title is awe-inspiring. Sometimes we do follow our hearts or other opportune calls and wind up having to come to a halt. But this story is completely embedded with the usual and not so usual twists, turns and upheavals of life. Growing up I have had to make a lot of critical choices, some of which turned out not so good. This story reminded me of myself as I struggled to self-actualization. Indulge to explore and be mesmerized of this…

  3. Thought-provoking This book is about the paths that life takes us through. When I read some of the editorial reviews, I was kind of in disbelief–surely a book can’t be that good! But it is. A book is good when, after you finish it, thoughts of it lingers in your mind–this book definitely did that. I was really surprised that for such a short book (only 43 pages), this had such an impact on me. But the truth is that this book is incredibly well written, thought-provoking, and inspiring. I will be rereading this…

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