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The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin S. Shamara

Product Description

ABOUT THE BOOK
A decade and a half ago, author Robin Sharma's powerful and inspiring fable, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, quickly became an international bestseller published in 51 languages. Now, in celebration of its fifteen anniversary, comes Secret Letters from The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, the much-anticipated next chapter in the story of Julian Mantle, the successful businessman whose spiritual crisis sent him on an extraordinary odyssey to find his true purpose in life. A leading expert on personal development, Sharma continues Julian's tale, as his nephew travels around the world collecting Julian's mementoes and letters. Compelling and timely, it is a book about shaping one's legacy that will help the reader find his or her own way to an authentic, meaningful existence.

BOOK CONDITION
Pre-loved, good condition, Pocketbook, Fiction, Pricetag

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Vendor: Paper pages
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No. of Available Stock: 1

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Book Condition Scoring


BOOK CONDITION SCORE
15 12-14 9-11 6-8 1-5
Brand new Pre-loved: Like new Pre-loved: Gently used Pre-loved: Acceptable Pre-loved: Well-read/Ex-library
5 4 3 2 1
Spine Smooth Minimal to no crease Slightly creased, evident that book was
read and finished
Creased, might show signs of
wear/loose
May be warped
Pages Untouched, no discoloration Minimal to no discoloration,
no notes or markings
Minimal to some discoloration.
Very little highlights and/or notes.
May include owner's name
Slightly tanned pages
Limited highlights and/or notes
Some pages are earmarked
Tanned pages
With highlights and/or notes
but texts are not hidden/obscured
Cover Original plastic cover and/or
book jacket is intact
Minor defects, book jacket,
and/or cover are still intact
Book jacket might be missing
The cover might be slightly creased
Cover slightly torn/folded Might be slightly creased or
discolored but still intact.

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