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Tản mạn quanh cái bìa The Shadow of The Wind

Chuyện là mình vừa được des cho một cái bìa mời, sực nhớ ra Bóng Gió đã có hết mấy đời bìa truyện. Từ cái thời mình google ảnh để vào cho đến lúc mình tự des một cái bìa hoàn chỉnh, đã hết 5 đời bìa truyện. 224 more words

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The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

This was another of my impulsive charity bookshop purchases, and I have to say I am getting good at these, and finding some real gems- ‘ 460 more words


The Shadow of The Wind 9.3

Tên truyện: THE SHADOW of THE WIND
Tác giả: Queen F/ shyao fye
Chương 9: Ciel Vins Rainwood.
Phần 9.3

Những ngày sau đó, ông ta vẫn đến đấy để nói chuyện cùng tụi nó, để gặp Chaos và nhiều lần khẳng định nó chính là Ciel mà ông ta cần tìm. 4,196 more words

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Review: The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
Book One of The Cemetery of Forgotten Books series
Published first in 2001 in Spain then on January 25, 2005 in the US… 704 more words


The Shadow of the Wind - Carlos Ruiz Zafón (2001)

A deep, dreamless sleep and the prospect of seeing Clara again that afternoon persuaded me that the vision had been pure coincidence. Perhaps that unexpected and feverish outbreak of imagination was just a side effect of the growth spurt I’d been waiting for, an event that all the women in the building said would turn me into a man, if not of stature, at least of a certain height. 130 more words

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REVIEW: The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

When he is ten years old Daniel is shown the secrets of the book cemetery by his father. There he discovers a book by Julian Carax called the Shadow of the Wind. 357 more words


Book Review/Thoughts - The Shadow of the Wind

I bought this book sometime last year because it sounded interesting and had a shiny cover, set in Barcelona in the 1940s/1950s a boy, Daniel Sempere,  is shown the Cemetery of Forgotten books by his father (an antique book dealer/seller) and, following his father’s instructions that on his first visit he’s allowed to take a book out with him to look after, he picks up Julian Carax’s The Shadow of the Wind. 439 more words

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