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Free ead Ý eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ô By Carlos Ruiz Zafxf3nIf you adored Shadow of the Wind this novel will not disappoint If you e new to the series welcome I m jealous of the first time eading experience you
RE ABOUT TO HAVE ONE OFabout to have One of wonderful things "these books this is the 4th and supposedly final is that they can be ead in "books this is the 4th and supposedly final is that they can be ead in any and while they e all standalone stories each adds a layer of context and insight into the others It is truly a labyrinth of storytelling and masterfully done Having said that knowing the first three books added to my experience eading The Labyrinth of the Spirits It s not mandatory to begin with The Shadow of the Wind but I would ecommend itAtmosphere abounds in this genre defying book I felt like I was ight there with the characters twisting through the streets of Barcelona hiding in the shadows breathing in gunpowder living off of caffeine and adrenaline and pushing through too little sleep to uncover the next piece of the puzzle The Semperes and Fermin Romero de Torres eturn as do other friends and enemies from the previous books but the main protagonist in this story is Alicia Gris a bold and alluring woman assigned to investigate a missing person a eturning character who I ll let you discover The pacing is fantastic It starts with short snippets into various POVs and story lines as a sort of appetizer before slowly building on the main mystery of the book You gradually uncover as the plot builds and you delve deeper into the heart of the city and characters About halfway through the pieces begin to fall together with increasing speed and for the next 200 pages or so it s non stop unputdownable thrills Yes there are a few twists one of which actually made me close my book in disbelief for several minutes before I felt capable of continuing Nothing felt contrived Everything felt fitting I didn t feel cheated or misled The pace slows down again at the end of the book to ease you back to normal and fill in the gaps In the end you also get uite a bit of insight into what Ruiz Zafon values in the craftsmanship of writing which is woven in along with acknowledgments of sorts in a clever way that not everyone may. New York Times Best Seller Packed with suspen. Not love but I uite enjoyed It is one satisfying gorgeous eadLike the other books in the series this installment is a wonderful mix of genres mystery historical fiction police procedural political thriller omance fantasy If you "Re Looking For A Fun Light Mystery "looking for a fun
*light mystery isn *mystery isn for you It s over 800 pages with multiple characters and a fun light mystery isn t for you It s over 800 pages with multiple characters and plots to keep track of and while not gratuitous it has some torture and sueamish bits to make you uncomfortable if you e highly sensitive However if you enjoy modern Gothic tales dripping with atmosphere or detailed mysteries with complex histories to sink your teeth into this book is fantastic The series is truly a gift to book lovers not only for its gorgeous storytelling and compelling characters but also because it s a series about books featuring the most fantastic library imaginable a charming bookstore lovable booksellers mysterious authors the process of writing the magic of storytelling and the powerful undeniable hold that a treasured book can have on a eaderI was a fan of all previous books but if eaders of the series were disappointed in The Angel s Game or The Prisoner of Heaven fear not The Labyrinth of the Spirits is Carlos Ruiz Zafon as his masterful best Despite its length the story flew by and every page felt necessary and engaging I will be eturning to this book and the series many times in the future The atmosphere and level of storytelling are unparalleled Highly ecommended even if you are not a Zafon fan Just need to love books and eading about them Liking gothic stories helps Ruiz Zafon finished his Labyrinth series with a very powerful book There are multiple story lines that were all somehow connected and through those we econnected with many of the characters that we met in earlier books It is not a book that can be ead in one day and the eader needs to pay attention to the time that each chapter takes place The history of Spain in the 1930s until the 1950s was sometimes a bit too much and I found myself skipping over paragraphs for that easonThe end of the book and the series is overall very satisfying The only character that emained. Sea gripping edge of your seat thriller” Wash.
*event though it *though it have been an The first 3 Cemetery of Forgotten Books novels are some of my favourite books so I was excited to ead this long awaited fourth entry in the series but unfortunately it was massively disappointingThe book is overly long twice the length of Shadow and Angel s Game and three times the length of Prisoner of Heaven and it is so slow paced that it is at times a chore to ead There are a number of different plot lines some of which don t eally go anywhere and three villains who are never developed at all the likes of Valls and Fumero in previous books were fun to hate while the antagonists in this one are just kind of there to act menacinginsane for no eal eason The main plot of the missing person is mostly dropped for the last half of the book meaning there is no central focus to drive the story forward and it ends up meandering around creating weird elationships between characters and wrapping up the numerous threads in unsatisfying and sometimes unbelievable waysThe story jumps around between different viewpoints with little consistency but the bulk of the book is told from the perspective of Alicia who I found to be ather dull and epetitive She also isn t developed very well even though throughout the book she probably had pages than expertly developed Daniel David and Fermin had in previous titles and I found myself not caring what happened tk her and feeling baffled that the other characters cared so much about her fateThe final 50 pages are a sort of bizarre and lengthy epilogue which tries to tie up the entire series and left me with a sour taste partly because it was bad and partly because it makes it seem as though this may be the last time we see this world and these characters and it feels sad to leave it on such a low. Ington Book Review The internationally acclaime. .
By Carlos Ruiz Zafxf3n