Book Ò La sombra del viento Ê 506 pages

Epub La sombra del viento

Book Ò La sombra del viento Ê 506 pages Ç ✽ [EPUB] ✵ La sombra del viento By Carlos Ruiz Zafón ❧ – Barcelona 1945 Just after the war a great world city lies in shadow nursing its wounds and a boy named Daniel awakes on his eleventh birthday to find that he can no longer remember his mothYstematically destroying every copy of every book this author has written In fact he may have the last one in existence Before Daniel knows it his seemingly innocent uest has opened a door into one of Barcelona’s darkest secrets an epic story of murder magic madness and doomed love And before long he realizes that if he doesn’t find out the truth about Julian Carax he and those closest to him will suffer horrib Fourth reading May 7 17 2017Of course I love this book soooo much It's my all time favorite This is the 4th year in a row I've read it and it never gets old If you haven't already read this at my suggestion WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?Third reading May 14 21 2016Second reading May 23 25 2015 Okay I can confidently say upon re reading this that it is one of my all time favorite books It was just as surprising and enchanting and delightful as the first time I read it if not so The writing is impeccable The weaving together of so many storylines and characters is remarkable I can't gush enough about this book so I will just say EVERYONE GO READ THIS NOW PLEASE You won't regret itFirst read May 12 17 2014 Everything about this novel was captivating The story follows Daniel a young boy whose father is a bookseller He is taken to the Cemetery of Forgotten Books and allowed to pick out one book that he is expected to 'save' or in a sense remember throughout his life He picks a novel by Julian Carax titled The Shadow of the Wind and is immediately sucked into the story From there the novel follows Daniel as he begins to learn about the illusive author Julian Carax and about the web of lies and intrigue that he gets trapped inThe writing is absolutely gorgeous The book is full of incredible uotes wonderful beautifully strung out sentences I never underline in books This book however reuired a pencil at the ready at all times because I couldn't pass up underlining some amazing partsThough the plot isn't super strong there is a mysterious and magical uality to the book that propels you through it page after page The characters feel so real and thus their lives seem to be playing out for you in such a real way that you are concerned and invested wanting to know what happens nextI loved the setting of Barcelona This is also a book translated from Spanish which is even impressive on the part of the translator I think the translation was incredibleOverall this is a book that I will return to again in my life I am sure It is captivating and a new favorite 55

Carlos Ruiz Zafón ↠ La sombra del viento Ebook

Ry for books forgotten by the world waiting for someone who will care about them again Daniel’s father coaxes him to choose a volume from the spiraling labyrinth of shelves one that it is said will have a special meaning for him And Daniel so loves the novel he selects 'The Shadow of the Wind' by one Julian Carax that he sets out to find the rest of Carax’s work To his shock he discovers that someone has been s riveting mysterious haunting imaginative charming sentimentalthe list of adjectives is endless and whilst this book is all of these the one thing that i will forever remember about this book is how it makes me appreciate the art of storytelling i didnt feel like i was reading a novel; i felt as if someone very dear was sitting next to me and telling me their favourite tale i was enamoured with the nuances of the language and swept up with all the action it was an absolute pleasure to experience such a well told story truly a masterpiece in every way possible ↠ 5 stars

Mobi ò La sombra del viento ↠ Carlos Ruiz Zafón

La sombra del vientoBarcelona 1945 Just after the war a great world city lies in shadow nursing its wounds and a boy named Daniel awakes on his eleventh birthday to find that he can no longer remember his mother’s face To console his only child Daniel’s widowed father an antiuarian book dealer initiates him into the secret of the Cemetery of Forgotten Books a library tended by Barcelona’s guild of rare book dealers as a reposito There's probably nothing much I learned in the introspective sense but this is a novel like a novel ought to be This is an epic film on paper gloomy and engaging smokey noir with crumbling ruins young love disfigurment lust torturethe stuff of Dumas DuMauier and as of late The Historian I woke up at five am and had to sweet talk myself back to sleep all I wanted to do was read One Friday after work I took sanctuary in The Hotel Biron those little tables in the dark pages flickering with candles and drank a glass of wine in solitude completely enthralled in the world of 1940's BarcelonaI 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 myself but they were uite simply too beautiful to ignore Julian Carax Daniel Semepere BeatrizTomas Penelope Aldaya and Nuria MonfortIn a movie this would be too many people but for this novel they were perfectly seamed each point of view entralling and taxing than the one beforeMost refreshing clearly the author wasn't poisoned with the desire to simply keep the reader in the dark instead this story with attention was something you could figure out because that's the way life is The mystery itself isn't supposed to shock you intensely into thinking a book is good that's a dirty trick Instead the STORY carried you You cared about the story and it was a tragity and mystery all the same simply because you were invested in these people and what became of them 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 Penelope and then to know she is a sister a love but to some non existantwell it's gothic literature at it's very bestWith a book like this I am almost ALMOST tempted to give up my most pedantic and pretentious thoughts paralells and character development this story is a story and it's just that good It is the Phantom of the Opera those dark tunnels and pressure points a lake with candles or drawing rooms with no fire in the grate and crazy wives being stored in attics over head This is uite literally a timeless tale and yes reading it will make you smarter interested cultured the back of the book includes a walking tour of Barcelona I missed Barcelona but I am uite determined to go now with my copy of A Shadow of the Wind in hand just like wanting desperately to visit Eastern Europe after I finished The Historian and see it all but importantly real life simply fades to black as you become completely totally and fantastically helpless and wrapped up in the lives of othersWhile there are fun hybrids Crash Topics in Calamity Physics for one which combine a courses authors uotes and plot lines from a thousand famous novels this book really makes that unnecessary This is a classic without any help no cheat cheats necessary Read it Read it Read itI write on books and other stuff at wwwsnapshotnarrativetumblrcom