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Shadow of the Wind

Shadow of the Wind

“This is a place of mystery, Daniel, a sanctuary. Every book, every volume you see here, has a soul. The soul of the person who wrote it and of those who read it and lived and dreamed with it.

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The Shadow of the Wind (The Cemetery of Forgotten Books, #1) by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

I’m incredibly embarrassed that I didn’t enjoy The Shadow of the Wind. So many of my Goodreads friends gave this five stars, I feel like I’m missing something. 141 more words

Book Review

Barcelona Dreaming

Even though depression has taken the ability to write creatively from me right now, I still dream about writing. Some days that involves sitting at my desk, pen over an empty notebook page and seeing if that’s the day the dam finally breaks. 726 more words


Quasi estate

Non so se mi abituerò mai davvero all’influenza che ha la luce sul mio stato d’animo. Ho sempre detto che non potrei vivere bene più a nord di dove sono adesso, ma più passa il tempo e meno penso che sia un’esagerazione: sospetto che la ragione per cui i nove mesi passati a Siviglia sono stati i più belli della mia vita non fosse solo la città meravigliosa, ma il sole, il caldo, la sua luce. 626 more words


The Shadow of the Wind - Review

I’m super late with writing this review, I’ve been having a difficult time finding motivation to work on my blog the past few weeks, I guess just haven’t been in much of a writing mood. 916 more words


Oracle Night by Paul Auster

If you’ve never read Paul Auster, be warned that his work is always a little surreal.  His novels read like a mixture of fantasy, mystery, and a ghost story.  367 more words



Originally posted on Blogger on 3 February 2014

It’s always a good feeling when an author says exactly what you want to say, but you know you’ll never say it as well as them. 30 more words