The Celestine Prophecy is a lost manuscript containing the secrets that are changing our world. It has been lost for generations and has resurfaced in Peru. Our hero learns about the document from an ex-girlfriend and goes in search of the document. The book is his adventures and learning experience during his search. I like the premise of the book and I even had a few “ahhh” moments while reading it. Although the book was originally published in the mid-nineties many of the spiritual and inspirational concepts are still valid today, if not more so. The one draw back this book had for me was that I found the writing style difficult … almost juvenile. I felt like the author wanted to give me this life altering information and make me rethink how I looked at some ordinary things and yet he did so in an almost condescending way. This book was loaned to me by a co-worker who raved about it. If she offers the others in the series I might politely decline.