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The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

The world war, which had polluted the entire globe with a stench of corpses that would never go away.

Its hard to find good help I am regularly proclaiming that its hard to find quality help, but here is. It reminds me of why I love to read in the first place, and makes me wish I could write as beautiful as this.

In it all made finally sense to Daniel Sempere. The story has heart and soul and it nobly champions the underdog in an unjust world. I like to browse around the internet, regularly I will just go to Stumble Upon and read and check stuff out. With a bit more attention to actual plot and character development, this could have been one of my favourite books.

Jan 30, jessica rated it it was amazing Shelves: I believed, with the innocence of those who can still count their age on their fingers, that if I closed my eyes and spoke to her, she would be able to hear me wherever I was. By far the most troublesome flaw is the way the mysteries are “resolved”.

Carlos Ruiz Zafón

All you hear is the authors voice, not any different characterizations. Print hardcover and paperback.

Don’t you be one of them. I wish the descriptions of Paris would have reached this level of brilliance, but I didn’t really mind. It contains poetic storytelling, shocking twists, thoroughly developed characters, symbolism, humor, romance, betrayal, action, sentimentality, vjetrz, and much, much more.


A must read folks. March 1, As a result, major aspects of The Angel’s Game are called into question including whether David was ever truly healed of his brain tumour. View all 48 comments. View all 10 comments. Dec 28, sjema To know them so intimately from childhood to adulthood and old age, to know them through various degrees of point of view seperation–to hear there is no Rui, and then to know she is a sister, a love, but to some non-existant Whatever it was, carls was enough to make me lose myself completely in the rich setting of midth century Barcelona, in the world of seductive dangerous power of literature and perils and passions of young love, a “Books are mirrors: Njegov roman kovitla se u brzacima strasti, osvete i tajni ….

I walked home from the train at night and found myself saying the characters names beneath my umbrella, hoping no one would hear me talking to myselfbut they were, quite simply, too beautiful to ignore: I almost gave up, but the magic in the prose propelled me forward.

For the first time, I realized my father was growing old. December 14, 5: But I couldn’t absorb the idea that death could actually walk by my side, with a human face and a heart that was poisoned with hatred.

The writing is along Dan Brown lines, with flowery metaphors mixed until they become meaningless. The mystery is solved. Tumblr article I saw someone writing about this on Tumblr and it linked to. Just Browsing While I was browsing yesterday I saw a euiz post concerning. So what does the author do about zwfon Once Daniel is aware of the correlation, the comparison stops.


Shadows are everywhere, and things lurk in them, be ajena of that. Views Read Edit View history. It was with much thought that the word was scattered throughout the book. He vjetrx up and drew the curtains to let in the pale glint of dawn.

I never underline in books. January 18, 9: MayOf course I love this book soooo much.

February 6, 7: Tomas, Penelope Aldaya and Nuria Monfort. He didn’t hear me. Here is one for those of us vjtera absolutely adore great literature.

It may manifest in the intimations of paradise This is, quite literally a timeless tale, and yes, reading it will make you smarter, more interested, more cultured the back of the book includes a walking tour of Barcelona.

The Cemetery of Forgotten Books, hidden behind heavy bolted doors and high walls, brought voices alive of authors passed and present, who needed their story discovered and told. All the time, and I’m not sure how I’m supposed to care about characters – Fermin and Daniel, for example – who constantly objectify women, when they’re not busy expressing stereotypes like, “women can’t do Maths”, or, “women who let you touch them the first time are whores”, etc, etc. The book is full of incredible quotes, wonderful, beautifully strung out sentences.