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La sombra del viento characters ã eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Εναλλακτική Έκδοση Ίδιου ISBNΈνα βιβλίο ιστορικού μυστηρίου μια συναρπαστική ιστορία αγάπης και μια συγκλονιστική αποκάλυψη της μυστικής δύντον γοητεύσει και θα τον παρακινήσει να ανακαλύψει και τα υπόλοιπα έργα του συγγραφέα του του Χουλιάν Καράξ Σοκαρισμένος έρχεται αντιμέτωπος με τη φοβερή αποκάλυψη ότι κάποιος καταστρέφει τα αντίτυπα των έργων του Καράξ και ότι το δικό του είναι το μοναδικό που υπάρχει Στην προσπάθειά του να ανακαλύψει την αλήθεια θα διαβεί τις πύλες των σκοτεινότερων μυστικών της πόλης σε έναν κόσμο που τον σκιάζουν δολοφονίες μαγεία παραλογισμός πλεκτάνες και καταδικασμένοι έρωτε. This is a book about books a story about stories It starts and ends in a library of sorts themes and plots are echoed across decades tied together by actors who find their roles changing and by a pen that links two cycles of the story and has its own tale that started before and goes on beyondthe art of reading is slowly dying it's an intimate ritual a book is a mirror that offers us only what we already carry inside us when we read we do it with all our heart and mind and great readers are becoming scarce by the day”Zafón is a master of prose he is eminently uotable even in translation The story is set in Barcelona and stretches from the turn of the 19th century to the sixties though focusing most heavily in post civil war Spain recovering in the 40s and 50s It's a bitter sweet story as much about the slow acceptance of loss as about fighting against it or finding happinessMost of us have the good or bad fortune of seeing our lives fall apart so slowly we barely notice itThe setting is vividly brought to life Many of the characters live in poverty or close to it and the ventures into Paris bring to mind Orwell's descriptions Barcelona is the star of the piece thoughone of the many places in Barcelona where the nineteenth century had not yet been served its eviction noticeShadow of the Wind is a love story or two love stories or several love stories to be honest We focus on Daniel a young man growing up and becoming obsessed with the story of another man a writer whose young life decades earlier is unfolded for us through Daniel's investigations Both of them finding difficult and potentially tragic loveHer voice was pure crystal transparent and so fragile I feared that her words would break if I interrupted themThe Shadow of the Wind has a lot to say about books and reading rather less to say about the business of writing thoughBooks are mirrors you only see in them what you already have inside youNovels as everyone knew were for women and for people with nothing better to doIt's a complex interwoven plot not without threat and violence with a series of reveals that undermine what you think you knowA fascinating and lovely read and a nice break from the fantasy books that I have read almost exclusively over the last 5 yearsGive it a try Join my 3 emails a year newsletter #prizes

La sombra del vientoτον γοητεύσει και θα τον παρακινήσει να ανακαλύψει και τα υπόλοιπα έργα του συγγραφέα του του Χουλιάν Καράξ Σοκαρισμένος έρχεται αντιμέτωπος με τη φοβερή αποκάλυψη ότι κάποιος καταστρέφει τα αντίτυπα των έργων του Καράξ και ότι το δικό του είναι το μοναδικό που υπάρχει Στην προσπάθειά του να ανακαλύψει την αλήθεια θα διαβεί τις πύλες των σκοτεινότερων μυστικών της πόλης σε έναν κόσμο που τον σκιάζουν δολοφονίες μαγεία παραλογισμός πλεκτάνες και καταδικασμένοι έρωτε. This is a book about books a story about stories It starts and ends in a library of sorts themes and plots are echoed across decades tied together by actors who find their roles changing and by a pen that links two cycles of the story and has its own tale that started before and goes on beyondthe art of reading is slowly dying it's an intimate ritual a book is a mirror that offers us only what we already carry inside us when we read we do it with all our heart and mind and great readers are becoming scarce by the day”Zafón is a master of prose he is eminently uotable even in translation The story is set in Barcelona and stretches from the turn of the 19th century to the sixties though focusing most heavily in post civil war Spain recovering in the 40s and 50s It's a bitter sweet story as much about the slow acceptance of loss as about fighting against it or finding happinessMost of us have the good or bad fortune of seeing our lives fall apart so slowly we barely notice itThe setting is vividly brought to life Many of the characters live in poverty or close to it and the ventures into Paris bring to mind Orwell's descriptions Barcelona is the star of the piece thoughone of the many places in Barcelona where the nineteenth century had not yet been served its eviction noticeShadow of the Wind is a love story or two love stories or several love stories to be honest We focus on Daniel a young man growing up and becoming obsessed with the story of another man a writer whose young life decades earlier is unfolded for us through Daniel's investigations Both of them finding difficult and potentially tragic loveHer voice was pure crystal transparent and so fragile I feared that her words would break if I interrupted themThe Shadow of the Wind has a lot to say about books and reading rather less to say about the business of writing thoughBooks are mirrors you only see in them what you already have inside youNovels as everyone knew were for women and for people with nothing better to doIt's a complex interwoven plot not without threat and violence with a series of reveals that undermine what you think you knowA fascinating and lovely read and a nice break from the fantasy books that I have read almost exclusively over the last 5 yearsGive it a try Join my 3 emails a year newsletter #prizes

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La sombra del viento î ον τα κατέχειΟ Ντανιέλ οδηγείται από τον πατέρα του στο Κοιμητήριο των Λησμονημένων Βιβλίων όπου του αποκαλύπτεται ένα μυστικό που θα αλλάξει τη ζωή του για πάντα πρόκειται για μια μυστική βιβλιοθήκη στην οποία βρίσκονται όλα τα ξεχασμένα βιβλία περιμένοντας εκείνο τον αναγνώστη που θα τα βγάλει από τη λήθη Ο πατέρας του τον προτρέπει να διαλέξει ένα βιβλίο μέσα από τους λαβύρινθους του Κοιμητηρίου Ο Ντανιέλ επιλέγει το βιβλίο Η σκιά του ανέμου ένα μυθιστόρημα που θα. The fact is that I’ll never be able to write a real review for this book Here is why 1 I’m not good enough I’m not now and I’ll never be It doesn’t matter how many books you have read or how smart you are you’ll never be good enough for that You won’t be able to find exact words and it’s not just you Only person who can is the author himself but I think he already said everything he wanted Don’t believe me “Books are mirrors you only see in them what you already have inside you” “The moment you stop to think about whether you love someone you've already stopped loving that person forever” “A story is a letter that the author writes to himself to tell himself things that he would be unable to discover otherwise” “There are few reasons for telling the truth but for lying the number is infinite” “In the shop we buy and sell them but in truth books have no owner Every book you see here has been somebody’s best friend” Do you now2 It’s impossible I’ll try to describe it It’s not the same feeling but the result is You know that moment or better said that feeling when you see someone who means a lot to you and you have that beautiful feeling inside of you Now try to describe it You can’t I know 3 And last but not leastPlease allow me to uote the author “Once in my father's bookshop I heard a regular customer say that few things leave a deeper mark on a reader than the first book that finds its way into his heart Those first images the echo of words we think we have left behind accompany us throughout our lives and sculpt a palace in our memory to which sooner or later — no matter how many books we read how many worlds we discover or how much we learn or forget — we will return” And this is mine free read Å eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ï Carlos Ruiz Zafón

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Carlos Ruiz Zafón ï 7 characters Εναλλακτική Έκδοση Ίδιου ISBNΈνα βιβλίο ιστορικού μυστηρίου μια συναρπαστική ιστορία αγάπης και μια συγκλονιστική αποκάλυψη της μυστικής δύναμης των βιβλίων ένας θρίαμβος της τέχνης της μυθοπλασίαςΗ σκιά του ανέμου είναι ένα μυθιστόρημα για το μαγικό ταξίδι ενός αγοριού του Ντανιέλ στα μυστικά και τα φαντάσματα μιας σκοτεινής πόλης με αφετηρία την αναζήτηση ενός μυστηριώδους συγγραφέα που τα βιβλία του ακατανίκητα σαγηνευτικά είναι ένας θανάσιμος κίνδυνος για όποι. After reading The Shadow of the Wind I was left with somewhat mixed feelings On the one hand this is such a beautifully written book and is in essence an ode to literature On the other hand there are some serious flaws which distracts from the whole experience The best thing about the book in my opinion is Zafon's skill in artistic writing It reminds me of why I love to read in the first place and makes me wish I could write as beautiful as this The book contains lots of memorable uotes as well definitely a good thing as far as I'm concerned So after about 50 pages in I was ready to love this book as I seldom loved another book before But as the story progressed that resolution started to diminish slowly but surely Ironically one the obvious flaws is Zafon's overuse of stylistic writing It seems like everyone acts or talks in a very elaborate manner even in the simplest of situations and this can really become tiresome after a while The plot also isn't as ingenious as the hype would make you believe Zafon does a good job creating a sense of mystery early on and there are obvious parallels between the main character Daniel Sempere and Julian Carax the writer whose past he is trying to uncover But ultimately the stories of Daniel and Julian are seperate ones and they just happen to interconnect with one another by chance than by design By far the most troublesome flaw is the way the mysteries are resolved All too often answers are given by having some side character or another tell his or her story for pages Nowhere is this evident than at the end of the book where literally every single detail is revealed in the form of a very long letter even details which the writer of the letter never could have known since she wasn't even involved in those events It's as if Zafon did not have a clue or the motivation to write a logical conclusion and decided to just dump all the information in one place With a bit attention to actual plot and character development this could have been one of my favourite books Nevertheless I still enjoyed reading the Shadow of the Wind It's just a shame that it falls some way short of its potential