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REVIEW: The Shadow of the Wind (The Cemetery of Forgotten Books #1) by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

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The international literary sensation, about a boy’s quest through the secrets and shadows of postwar Barcelona for a mysterious author whose book has proved as dangerous to own as it is impossible to forget. 745 more words

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Book Review | The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

I’m writing this a mere 15 hours after I finished reading this book.

There’s nothing more satisfying than a book that keeps you guessing with a good story. 405 more words

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Finally Fall Book Tag

As I’ve said quite recently, I love Autumn. And look what I found that puts two of my favourite things (books and autumn) together – the Finally Fall Book Tag! 794 more words

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The Books I've Taken to University

I’ve made it to university! (Yay!) By the time this post is published I would have been at university for about a week. Over the last week, I’ve been fairly quiet online because I’ve been settling in and getting to know the new people around me but thankfully I’ve found a some time to write a blog post. 451 more words

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The Book Club: "The Shadow of the Wind" - Carlos Ruiz Zafon

We recently had our first book club meeting after the summer. We discussed ‘Shadow of the Wind’ by Carlos Ruiz… I was a bit reluctant to start reading this 550 pages thick book… so let me tell you what I thought about it! 704 more words

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The Shadow of the Wind - Carlos Ruiz Zafon

This was my third time reading this novel and I was completely blown away all over again. In the Shadow of the Wind we meet Daniel whose father is a bookseller and mother has died. 307 more words

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Chasing the Author (The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón, translated from Spanish by Lucia Graves)

A tumultuous story of intrigue, The Shadow of the Wind leads us on an ever-deepening mystery much like the unpacking of Russian stacking dolls. At times, the novel feels like a gothic thriller, at others like magic realism. 670 more words

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