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i m sorry but to me it feels like this sequel completely misses the point of the original book in every possible way, maybe if it were a novel on it s own it wouldn t have been this bad, but mixing up antoine de saint exupery s masterpiece with this weird pseudo philosophic monologue of an old man trying to TEACH the now slightly older little prince stuff it just makes everything too litteral and makes it look backwards and wrong, completely misunderstanding what the little prince actually st i m sorry but to me it feels like this sequel completely misses the point of the original book in every possible way, maybe if it were a novel on it s own it wouldn t have been this bad, but mixing up antoine de saint exupery s masterpiece with this weird pseudo philosophic monologue of an old man trying to TEACH the now slightly older little prince stuff it just makes everything too litteral and makes it look backwards and wrong, completely misunderstanding what the little prince actually stands for no thanks Thank you OneWorld Publications for a review copy of The Return of the Young Prince by A.G Roemmers, in exchange of an honest review Before asking for a review copy of the book, I read several book reviews and most of them are thoughts of disappointed readers or fans of The Little Prince I kind of hesitated to ask for a review copy, but I decided to give it a try.Without having to compare this book to Antoine s The Little Prince ,I assure you that this is an exceptional oneMany people c Thank you OneWorld Publications for a review copy of The Return of the Young Prince by A.G Roemmers, in exchange of an honest review Before asking for a review copy of the book, I read several book reviews and most of them are thoughts of disappointed readers or fans of The Little Prince I kind of hesitated to ask for a review copy, but I decided to give it a try.Without having to compare this book to Antoine s The Little Prince ,I assure you that this is an exceptional oneMany people compared this book to TLP, I chose not to because first and foremost this book was written by a different author with a different journey together with his very own Young Prince Roemmers used a neutral, yet alluring diction One wherein you will have to think deep not because of his choice of words because it s direct to the point, but because of the message he conveys There wasn t much of a story, for the reason that the book seemed to be just like a self help one Also, a good storyline is missing I took quite a lot from TROTYP, I somehow managed to connect myself to the book, not to the journey per se, but to the words of wisdom present The quotes, almost each line and dialogue are all memorable Despite the fact that the illustrations are too elementary, I was impressed due to its simplicity.Overall, The Return of the Young Prince is such an inspiring and a beautifully written piece Terrible terrible book The author completely missed the lightness and innocence of the original Little Prince This book is just an excuse for the author to share with us his personal thoughts on life, morals and ethics using the endless questions the Little Prince asks him as a pretext But guess what If I wanted to hear a Christian sermon, I would go to Church the very fact that he dedicated this book to Jesus Christ should have tipped me off I really struggled to finish these 150 p Terrible terrible book The author completely missed the lightness and innocence of the original Little Prince This book is just an excuse for the author to share with us his personal thoughts on life, morals and ethics using the endless questions the Little Prince asks him as a pretext But guess what If I wanted to hear a Christian sermon, I would go to Church the very fact that he dedicated this book to Jesus Christ should have tipped me off I really struggled to finish these 150 pages Forget about the marvel and lightness of the original Little Prince, they are absolutely gone The Little Prince was so innocently written and this was not I mean, it s not bad, but I just feel like the narrator was trying to hard Not my favourite read by far if you dedicate your life to finding the best in people, you ll end up finding the best in yourself.honestly, this book is exactly what i expected it to belike a self help book less like a children book i would still recommend everyone who loves Le Petit Prince to read this nonetheless hopefully, the child in us will always live. The very first thought I had when I read through the book is that this book is by all means not necessarily a sequel to The Little Prince It s simply Roemmers story of his life and how he views the world with the prince in it There are a few references to the first book, however, but that s it So keep in mind that this book is not a continuation of The Little Prince as it is a completely different story all by itself.Sooo with that out of the way, here are my thoughts of this book The writin The very first thought I had when I read through the book is that this book is by all means not necessarily a sequel to The Little Prince It s simply Roemmers story of his life and how he views the world with the prince in it There are a few references to the first book, however, but that s it So keep in mind that this book is not a continuation of The Little Prince as it is a completely different story all by itself.Sooo with that out of the way, here are my thoughts of this book The writing is exquisite I can go about highlighting the entire book because all the quotes are so memorable The narrator is very similar to the one of The Little Prince The only difference is that these two explore an entirely different set of questions.Both the narrator and the prince explores one problem, and as they work out a solution to this problem, they come across completely different sets of questions that needs answering as well The way they go about it is absolutely hilarious and witty, yet moving and emotional It s a very quick read, about 200 pages the book itself is a mini hardcover Plus it has illustrations which are GORGEOUS by the way so it really shouldn t take you very long to read , yet it s able to speak to me in SO many different ways.My only problem with this book is the prince He has not changed one bit except for his age He s still the ever so curious little prince we all come to know about, and while i m perfectly fine with that, I find it hard to picture the prince as an actual young adult The narrator seem to treat him the way you d treat a four year old It seems that after all these years, the prince did not go through any character development whatsoever Yes, I know it s not exactly a sequel, and even though it does make the story very nostalgic, it would ve been nice to see a different view of the Prince s perspective Instead, the book made the prince look very immature and naive..But overall I really enjoyed this tribute sequel to The Little Prince The illustrations are beautiful and so are the aspects of the story This book is like a little guide to life and it s something you can bring along with you wherever you go You ll definitely learn a thing or two from it I m sure I did.Thank you SO much to OneWorld Publications for sending this book over in exchange for an honest review i keep on catching myself crying for everything with The Little Prince related stuff &Book ☠ The Return of the Young Prince ⇱ With specially commissioned illustrations by Pietari Posti, and a foreword by Antoine de Saint Exup ry s nephew, THE RETURN OF THE YOUNG PRINCE will be cherished by children and adults alike across the globe Even princes from faraway planets do not always remain small Eventually they grow up and no longer content with their tiny planet set off once again to explore the universe anew So the Little Prince, now a teenager, one day returns to Earth and finds himself on a lonely country road in the vast, desolate plains of Patagonia There he meets the narrator of this novel, who rescues him and takes him on a journey Slowly the Prince shares the stories of his adventures, and together they begin to explore some of life s most important questions, taking readers along with them on a wonderful spiritual journey An inspiring, life changing book A timely reminder of loving incessantly That what we need to heal this earth is to love one another This is similar to what I read from a management book recently that to be an effective manager, you should be kind to everyone Loving and kindness multiply themselves In essense, it is very similar to the millennium movie 2000 , Pay It Forward But that is obviously easier said than done Just like everyone else, when we grew up, we lost that kind of all trusting, all loving attitude We bec A timely reminder of loving incessantly That what we need to heal this earth is to love one another This is similar to what I read from a management book recently that to be an effective manager, you should be kind to everyone Loving and kindness multiply themselves In essense, it is very similar to the millennium movie 2000 , Pay It Forward But that is obviously easier said than done Just like everyone else, when we grew up, we lost that kind of all trusting, all loving attitude We become cynical, doubters and selfish Our parents started protecting us when we were young They say that this is a dog eats dog world and only the fittest survives So, we go out of this world with a shield, the one that our parents have started to put between us and the world outside We build on it by going to school with the goal of getting a good job that will give us a good pay, that will enable us to raise a family, own a car, a house, a retirement plan and a burial plan Then the cycle repeats itself with us doing the same thing to our children.This book is obviously being marketed as a sequel to Antoine de St Exupery s quintessential 1943 classic children s book Le Petit Prince The Little Prince Came out during the war, it talks about the lost values of the World War II generation St Exupery was a pilot and his plane was shut down by believed to be enemy plane somewhere in the Mediterranean in 1944.I hope that this book becomes a classic too Never mind if the dialogues have that Mitch Albom feel in them The Little Prince came back now as a Young Prince I just hope that the next books will not be a Teenager Prince and then a Bachelor Prince and then a Daddy Prince an then a Grandad Prince and then a Senile Prince and finally a Dead Prince Because as it goes and goes, the magic of The Little Prince is diminished like his Rose that wilts no matter how we look through the heart to see what is invisible thus essential For what is essential is in the original and let s leave it as is, please I think this book was lost in translation It felt way too wordy and compared with the original, it just didn t line up I was dragging my feet with this one and to be perfectly honest, only finished it because I wanted to take it off my night stand The last few pages were kind of beautiful though so it warrants three stars.