Spellbinder's Gift by Og Mandino

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The miraculous story of a loving couple, their never-to-be-forgotten friend, a little girl, and a very special teddy bear....
Retired from his long, successful career as an agent to many of the most famous and dynamic motivational speakers in the world, Bart Manning was happily enjoying his newfound freedom with his lovely wife, Mary. So why, one morning, did he find himself headed back to the little office that he had never given up? He didn't know. But as he sat at his dusty desk, he decided to go back into business. If God had sent him there, Bart told himself, he would wait for His plan to unfold.
Then, at a crowded convention, he found his answer in the person of a handsome young man named Patrick Donne, whose deep, commanding voice spoke words of profound wisdom that electrified the audience. With the thrill of discovery, Bart recognized Donne's short speech as the best inspirational talk he had ever heard. Bart was soon caught up in the extraordinary realm that was Patrick's ordinary world, where even tragedy and sorrow became transforming experiences and remarkable things happened (.


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About Og Mandino

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Og Mandino was a man who not only practiced what he preached but also inspired millions to follow his example of successful, fruitful living. The most widely read inspirational and self-help author in the world today, his nineteen previous books-including most recently The Spellbinder's Gift, The Twelfth Angel, and Secrets for Success and Happiness-have sold more than thirty-two million copies in twenty languages. The Greatest Mystery in the World is Og Mandino's final book.
 
Published January 5, 2011 by Ballantine Books. 210 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Self Help. Fiction

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In this simplistic yet well-packaged contemporary parable, Mandino (The Twelfth Angel) returns with further inspirational advice for better living. When a wheelchair-bound preacher in Central Park sho

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