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Review: The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

I originally picked up The Shadow of the Wind because everyone on booklr was reading it, and I was intrigued by the cover art. After I read about 100 pages, however, I couldn’t understand why everyone loved the book so much. 548 more words

Book Blogger

The Prisoner of Heaven (2011) - Book Review (Short)

**Here be Spoilers – proceed with caution**

In my previous review (The Angel’s Game) I mentioned that I intended to read the third instalment to the Zafon series. 711 more words

Literature

The Shadow of the Wind (The Cemetery of Forgotten Books #1) by Carlos Ruiz Zafón is a Daytime Drama Story

The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón is the first book my friend and I decided to read for our book club. I always try not to read up on the reviews just so I can get a feel of what the story is without outside commentary breathing down my shoulder. 1,676 more words

Books

Prince Of Mist review

Okay, to start this of, I am sorry for almost the entire month of no posts, surely nobody cares or thinks it’s important, but it’s important to me. 591 more words

Books

An MFA in Fiction

The question “Should I go to school for writing?” is a fairly loaded one for me these days. There was a time when I would’ve said, without hesitation,  1,278 more words

Writing

Memories: Cruel or Compassionate?

Memories are worse than bullets. ~Carlos Ruiz Zafón

A bullet pierces the chest wall, scrambles the heart before blowing through the back leaving a spreading sanguine pool. 237 more words

Self Improvement

5 Star TBR Predictions

Have you ever read the synopsis of a book and thought this was written for me? This post is all about those books on your TBR — the ones you’re certain you’ll fall in love with. 1,083 more words

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