The Secret Letters of the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, Paperback

The Secret Letters of the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari Paperback

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The much-anticipated new book in the number 1 bestselling Monk series, a compelling and timely fable about living your best life in these complex times Published in over 46 languages, with more than five million copies sold, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari has touched people around the world.

Published to coincide with the fifteenth anniversary of the very first The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari book, Robin Sharma has written a powerful and moving fable that will resonate with readers now and for years to come.

When the now-famous character of Julian Mantle falls ill, he sends his nephew on an international adventure to retrieve Julian's mementoes and secret letters-writings that reflect what Julian has learned over many years about living a remarkable life, a collection that may become his legacy.

A moving and fascinating journey from the Bosphorus River in Turkey to a remote fishing community in India to the catacombs of Paris, The Secret Letters of the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari offers transformational lessons for happiness and true success and shows readers how to live an authentic and meaningful life.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 224 pages, Illustrations
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Spirituality & religious experience
  • ISBN: 9780007321117



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Ok this was nothing like what I expected it to be! I was so much inspired by ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari’ that I wanted to read another book by Robin Sharma from long time, but it was not up to my expectation (Happens all the time when I go for same author the second time with high expectation!!). But there were definitely many thing to learn from this book. However what I really felt was that the last two pages was all about the whole book. The story here was simple and predictable. Mixed opinion is what I have about this book.