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Book Review: The Angel's Game by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

The Angel’s Game is the second novel in Zafón’s ‘the Cemetery of Forgotten Books’ quartet.

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In an abandoned mansion at the heart of Barcelona, a young man – David Martin – makes his living by writing sensationalist novels under a pseudonym. 520 more words

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Sunday Sevens - 7th January

Joining in again this week with Sunday Sevens – started by Nathalie at Threads and Bobbins – sharing seven (or so) pictures of  the week beyond the blog. 330 more words

Sunday Sevens

Best Books Of 2017

It feels a little strange to be writing this post today. I started 2017 with a goal of trying to see just how many books I could read in the year. 1,968 more words


A labyrinth of meanings...

Every now and again, most writers come across – or have a fascination for – . a word which either has contrary meanings or some peculiar draw, don’t they? 743 more words


The Shadow of the Wind [Book Review]

Rating: 5/5

Considering my very dismal streak of choosing good books to read this year, The Shadow of the Wind ended my poor reading experience. Written by Carlos Ruiz Zafon in Spanish and English translated by Lucia Graves, this book is unputdownable. 446 more words

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Week 41 - 2017

Sorry for not posting for a while. This is possibly the craziest month ever. This is the only weekend, for example, that I am actually in my apartment on my own for some of the time. 433 more words

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Törött szív

Tudja, mi a gyönyörű törött szív? – kérdezte a könyvtáros. Megráztam a fejem. Az csak egyszer tud megtörni. A többi karcolás.  – Carlos Ruiz Zafón