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The Good Luck Book

Updated on December 24, 2014

My Review

Good Luck is an easy-to read beautiful fable, in the times of King Arthur and Merlin the Magician. A story of two knights seeking to find a magic four-leaf clover in an enchanted forest, and the obstacles or opportunities about making their own luck. This tale will inspire you to pursue your dreams with confidence. 

The Book of Good Luck

Good Luck: Creating the Conditions for Success in Life and Business
Good Luck: Creating the Conditions for Success in Life and Business

This book has been translated in 40 languages and 4 million copies has been sold worldwide!

 

One of the most useful books you'll ever read,

it might change your life!

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Love it! Great read.

Love it! Great read.

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    • anonymous 5 years ago

      A simple and great book.

    • RockSandal 6 years ago

      there are only some things that can change any person life . those are book , writer, and you

    • luckycharm4me lm 8 years ago

      cute four leaf clover good luck charm book

    • Tiddledeewinks LM 8 years ago

      Never heard of it before, but I'll have to read it. It's the type of book I like to read.

    • Patricia 8 years ago

      The Good luck book sounds cool

    • eccles1 9 years ago

      nice lens I love the pictures too!!

    • Piksychick 9 years ago

      I love this story! I heard this on an audio book. The story is so simple, yet profound. A must read.

    Sorry, not my cup of tea.

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