The spiritual journey of an Indian man named Siddhartha during the time of the Buddha. One of the most influential books of the 1960s.
©1922 Herman Hesse (P)2011 Trout Lake Media
I'm a singing songwriting postie living in Yorkshire. Sometimes I like to be challenged by a book, and sometimes I just want to lose myself.
Best read on a beach - stoned - with someone else who - also stoned - wants to discuss life, the universe and everything. Buddhism is just as strange and plausible as most other religiophilosophical creations, but at least it values the profane as much as the heavenly. A cool little book with unexpected twists, dreamily narrated.
"This reading was pathetic"
I have never felt the need to write a review before, but this reading was completley lifeless. Not worth the $3.
"Had to stop listening"
Narrator sounds like a robot. I couldn't listen any longer. Do not buy this version!
"great story, poor reading"
the story is amazing & deep...but the reading is VERY monotone. explains why it was so cheap.
"Insight into life"
Life as joy,life as mystery,life as suffering and the God's presence in every place is beautifully explained through a story.lt talks of Indian philosophy and Buddhist ideas.
it told the truth about enlightenment.
Siddhartha, everyone loves Siddhartha
The performance was great, she really gripped me.
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