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Many thrive for happiness and it cannot be found. Here is a book that is mostly a modern day parable of the search for happiness in the 21st century. Francois Lelord the author of Hector and the Search for Happiness is turning heads with his book. With over 2 million books already sold and now for the first time printed in English, the book is finding a vast new audience. The present day fable is filling a void in many reader’s hearts as this book is putting smiles on many faces.
Hector is a successful young psychiatrist. He’s very good at treating patients in real need of his help. But many people he sees have no health problems: they’re just deeply dissatisfied with their lives. Hector can’t do much for them, and it’s beginning to depress him.
So when a patient tells him he looks in need of a holiday, Hector decides to set off round the world to find out what makes people everywhere happy (and sad), and whether there is such a thing as the secret of true happiness…Narrated with deceptive simplicity, its perceptive observations on happiness offer us the chance to reflect on the contentment we all look for in our own lives.