Albert Espinosa avec The Yellow World: Trust Your Dreams and They'll Come True
The Yellow World What is the yellow world? The yellow world is a world that's within everyone's reach, a world the colour of sun. It is the name of a way of living, of seeing life, of nourishing yourself with lessons that you learn from good moments as well as bad ones. In this title, the author shows us how to connect daily reality with our most distant dreams. Full description
It's the book everyone's talking about. Albert Espinosa's The Yellow World is a heartwarming insight into how he has learnt to live a happy life (Mail on Sunday)
deeply moving (Top Santé)
A word-of-mouth sensation (Guardian)
The book is full of ... self-deprecating humour (Matthew Campbell The Times)
An extraordinary character (The Observer)
The Yellow World is a sunny, wildly optimistic utopia (The Sunday Times)
A spiritual classic... (Kate Spicer Sunday Times Style)
Thank you for sharing your wisdoms ... You make me smile (Elle Macpherson)
Written with a wonderful sense of mischief and a steadfast lack of self-pity - he held a farewell party for his leg on the night before its amputation. There are passages on illness and death which are curiously life-affirming (Arifa Akbar Independent, Books of the Year)
From the Back Cover
What is the yellow world?
It is a way of seeing life differently.
It is a world the colour of the sun; a world that makes you happy.
It has no rules.
It is in the pages of this book...
'Wonderful' Independent, Books of the Year
'A spiritual classic' Sunday Times
'A word-of-mouth sensation' Guardian
'Full of self-deprecating humour' The Times
'The book everyone's talking about' Mail on Sunday
'You make me smile' Elle Macpherson
Albert Espinosa has won several battles with death, which is why his stories are so full of life.
Albert was born in Barcelona in 1973. At the age of thirteen, he was diagnosed with cancer, an event that changed his life forever. After ten years in and out of hospitals, when he was finally told that he had been cured of the disease, he realised that his illness had taught him that what is sad is not dying, but rather not knowing how to live.
Albert is now a beloved and bestselling author around the world. His books have sold more than two million copies and been translated into more than forty languages.