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The Alchemist A Mystery in Three Acts
“People are dreaming in fantasy one day they will wake up.”
Drama (English), Mystery, Thriller
Language: English
Related Categories: Drama / General, Mystery, Thriller

“There is an irony in this play, in the good word wonderful sense of humour and defending all the true values which are essential in our lives, such as PURITY in our souls. The true values which make our lives worth living!”

– Graça Outeiro

You are a hermit but also a radical. You fought all those battles to build castles, temples and then you spoil them. You always blame others. You never even try to be aware of the fact that the ALCHEMIST is living inside.

You are never alone but try to remember the last time you have talked to someone. You have just one heart but you are dual minded. Name, fame, money, none of those can make you immortal. Trivialization once you ignore will create complex. You should have a try to defeat pain with a smile on your face. It is called the happiness.


The book is a mystery play in three acts. The central theme is the conflict between good and evil.

21st century, the civilization is getting more complicated to tolerate the future. People who were born perfect but they are not satisfied about their birth. Most of them are walking through a blind double fold the path of darkness.Ignorance is the darkest corner of heart; once people overcome ignorance he/she will be invincible (The Alchemist).

146642284X / 9781466422841
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46 responses »

  1. You are writing that satan do exist in previous literature. Is that something you are writing about in your book? I don’t like that, but I would be happy to read about good and evil. It is just that I believe that religions all over the world are using satan as a threat to make people do anything in the name of God. Not really my pice of cake.

    You have an interesting blog. Can I read your book without being “threatened” ? 🙂

    • Roberto Fabris says:

      Good News: evil doesn’t exist
      it’s only the “embodiment” of culprit, inevented by men for men, one among the deepest oldest human feelings, take it away and there’s no one nothing left around. Think people enjoy “someone” or some outerspace force is asking them to misbehave, even so they don’t need nobody to tell them to do bad things to do so, and then it takes away all the guilt… handy!

    • marsha4852 says:

      I understand what you are saying Magdalena. Religions do tend to use the idea of Satan and the devil as a way to coerce people into being more involved in their religions. Yet, if you’ve ever read the Bible, the adversary, the devil and Satan (all names of the same spirit) are introduced. It is important for people to realize that the devil does exist and that it is not God causing calamity in their lives. Most people blame God for all the idiocy and the evil in the world.

      God wants our love and praise because we love Him, not because we are worried about what the devil may do.

      Have a great day!

  2. VIKRAM ROY says:

    In previous literatures, means all previous Mythologies, Epics, and off-course Milton’s greatest varse on Lucifer.

    My book is related with Good and Evil not like those Epics, “Good wins always over the Evil.” No, not related to my subject. The book is all about humanity. Particular human being including me, you and all of us. A study through the timeline. What I am mixed with? Good and evil. Everyone in the planet is mixed with positive and negative qualities. Positive means Godly qualities; negative means Devil,s. That is our conception.

    I don’t know there is Satan or there is God. But I do believe that the life we deal everyday is full of Good people and Bad people. Bad people, who misuses knowledge. Good people, who shows us light.

    About the “Threat”; I can’t guarantee you; ’tis the mystery! But once be sure, you will find God, and God is not what we know till date. So the evil borns.

  3. catalinagooden says:

    I Dig It.

  4. inezuela says:

    Vikram – I’m extremely intrigued by your play and will read it the first chance I get…right now I’m just madly reading Aleph by Coelho that I received for Christmas 🙂 Again, great that you linked us…especially since I’m a little UNKNOWN in the blog word so it means a lot!

  5. jocuri bile says:

    The Alchemist Vikram Roy's Blog has been saved like a favorite :), I really like your book!

  6. jan says:

    I would be very interested in reading your play, but at this moment in my life I am unable to download works from Kindle. 😦 I also have two books on Amazon Kindle.
    I understand you to say that we (as all humanity) do not really know God. That maybe we have just a faint glimpse of HIs truth. I believe that. My books (although fiction) relate to that in a ghostly fashion…. 🙂
    Thank you for ‘liking my blog’. I like your also and will try to keep up with you.
    You are also a journalist? Who do you write for?
    take care
    and I love hugs also..
    sending a big hugggg

  7. trina0625 says:

    Thanks for liking my blog. I am following yours now, I enjoyed your review of the Holmes’ movie. I was wondering about it 😉

  8. knitayear says:

    I am following your blog.

  9. ajeya says:

    Any chance to get it free now; I will read and return, and comment of course.

  10. I’ve read through some of your posts…very interesting. I’ve read “The Alchemist” and loved it. Sending peace…Sherry

  11. parwatisingari says:

    interesting concept

  12. vam says:

    Vikram, thank you for reading my post, titled Meena Kumari – A Soul Worth Knowing Twice !

    I find your effort at gaining spiritual authenticity remarkable, through your writing. Glad to peruse what you’ve penned on your blog.

    I will wait for more of what you write.

    Best wishes.

  13. kellsbells says:

    Glad I found your blog, luv. Really enjoyed The Alchemist. Look forward to coming over here to read more of your writings. Just went through your John Donne and Andrew Marvel piece. Thank goodness someone knows who they were 🙂

  14. angelasuba says:

    Hi Vikram, thanks for reading and ‘like’ my post. I appreciate it.
    I am reading your writings…. lots of thought provoking writings…
    enjoyed your blog about metaphysical poetry – especially the presentation of that list of people…
    hats off …

  15. Hi, Vikram,
    I too promise to read your play the next chance I get. It’s sounds very intriguing. Although I’m not a particularly religious person, I understand the metaphysical concepts of good and evil as the dynamical extremes, intrinsically connected, parts of the totality of life’s experience. I’ve read people mentioning Satan, and wonder whether you’re familiar with the work of Elaine Pagels, a professor of religion at Princeton. My favorite is the Gnostic Gospels, but she has also an interesting book about the origins of Satan, that I do recommend. In it, she traces the origins of the name and how its role has changed throughout the centuries and ‘fused’ by the religious establishment with the idea of evil. The Bible mentions also Lucifer as a ‘fallen angel’ but since I’m no scholar, only intellectually curious (always), I leave to Ms. Pagels and others the discussions that this post may arouse. By the way, thanks for following my blog and come back often. Fraternal hugs, bro. Wesley

  16. sannekurz says:

    Did you know I shot a film called Der Alchemist, back here in Germany? – Funny enough, it”s a movie about the power of books, hence: about the power of one specific books. A book that casts a spell on its readers when you start reading…

    The spell casting happens with me when I read anything I love. But the consequences in this film are quite a bit more dramatic than the consequences I suffer when reading spellbound…

    All the Best from Germany,

    • VIKRAM ROY says:

      Is there any chance to watch your film “Der Alchemist”? I want to watch it! I also want to encourage you to read my book. The philosophy is quite challenging to focus on the stage!

      I watch some good German films by Wim Wenders. I am quite interested to know about your films!

      All the best and thanks!

      • sannekurz says:

        Wim Wenders is in my Himmelfilm – a movie about childhood memories of the sky. For Der Alchemist – it’s not been released….perhaps contact the production company?? Interest from overseas often make them send stuff 🙂 – I’ll mail you!

  17. Roshni says:

    Hey, I loved the whole idea behind your book, as far as I could understand from the excerpts given, that is. Best of luck with it! Love your blog! Great photos, too, by the way! 🙂

  18. nengvia says:

    How i can get this book

  19. vinniis says:

    definitely gonna buy your ebook when my next paycheck is coming in. Sounds like an awesome book!

  20. Just purchased your play on Kindle. I look forward to reading it over my Thanksgiving break. Have a great week!
    Warmth and Peace.

  21. Aurora says:

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