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Book Summarizer

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Do not waste hours looking for a GOOD SUMMARY🕑 With this prompt you will have the BEST summary in only a few seconds ! ✅ THIS PROMPT WORKS IN 4 SIMPLES STEPS: 1️⃣ - Sends you a summary with the IMPORTANT information of the book and several chapters. 2️⃣ - Send you back the MORALS to be learned 3️⃣ - Sends you the author's MOTIVATIONS 4️⃣ - Sends you a list of SIMILAR book recommendations you might like
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Chat - GPT-3.5 (gpt-3.5-turbo)
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Example input
TITLE The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Example output
"The Little Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry is a philosophical novella written in 1943. The book is divided into 27 short chapters that follow the narrator's journey through the Sahara Desert, where he meets a young boy from a small planet called B-612, who has traveled to Earth. Chapter 1: The narrator introduces himself and his experience with drawing. Chapter 2: The narrator shares his story of crashing his plane in the Sahara Desert, where he meets the Little Prince. Chapter 3-8: The Little Prince shares his stories of his travels to different planets and his encounters with various characters, including a king, a vain man, a drunkard, a businessman, a lamplighter, and a geographer. Through these stories, the book explores themes of loneliness, power, and the absurdity of adult behavior. Chapter 9-12: The Little Prince talks about his love for a rose on his planet and his journey to find new friends and knowledge. These chapters delve into the themes of love, devotion, and the desire for connection. Chapter 13-17: The Little Prince meets a fox who teaches him about the importance of building relationships and taming. This section explores the themes of love, trust, and the idea that what is essential is invisible to the eye. Chapter 18-21: The Little Prince meets a snake who can send him back to his planet, but he decides to stay on Earth to be with the narrator. This section touches on the themes of death, sacrifice, and the fleeting nature of life. Chapter 22-27: The Little Prince eventually decides to return to his planet, and the narrator fixes his plane and leaves the desert. This final section emphasizes the importance of letting go and moving on. The main themes of the book are the importance of imagination, love, and relationships, and the dangers of greed and materialism. The book encourages readers to rediscover their inner childlike curiosity and to appreciate the simple things in life. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry wrote the book during World War II, and it was meant to serve as a reminder of the importance of human connections and relationships during a time of great conflict and destruction. Some similar books to "The Little Prince" include "Jonathan Livingston Seagull" by Richard Bach, "The Alchemist" by Paulo Coelho, and "The Giving Tree" by Shel Silverstein. These books all explore similar themes of personal growth, self-discovery, and the importance of human relationships.
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