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Author: RUIZ ZAFON CARLOS
ISBN: 9875803170
Pages: 344 pages
Publisher: BOOKET; 9875803170 edition (2009)
Language: Spanish
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Rating: 4.9
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e-Book PALACIO DE LA MEDIANOCHE, EL (Spanish Edition) epub download

by RUIZ ZAFON CARLOS



Emocionante, facil vocabulario y sentimental. Recomiendo El Palacio de la Medianoche totalmente, a cualquier persona que le gusten las novelas de misterio y suspenso.

La Trilogía de la Niebla. Emocionante, facil vocabulario y sentimental. Cada obra de Zafon que leo me gusta cada vez mas sus libros.

Carlos Ruiz Zafón (Spanish pronunciation: ; born 25 September 1964) is a Spanish novelist. Ruiz Zafón was born in the city of Barcelona. Growing up in Spain, he began his working life by making money in advertising. His grandparents had worked in a factory and his father sold insurance. In the 1990s Ruiz Zafón moved to Los Angeles where he worked briefly in screen writing. He is fluent in English.

by Carlos Ruiz Zafón. Keep your face always toward the sunshine - and shadows will fall behind you. ― Walt Whitman. The Tiger: A True Story of Vengeance and Survival. 63 MB·59,602 Downloads. The Tiger A True Story of Vengeance and S - Vaillant, John. pdf The Tiger: A True Story of Vengeance and Survival.

In all of Carlos Ruiz Zafon books I found his locations to be the highlight. But I like Ruiz Zafon's Spanish and French characters. I don't know, I kept forgetting this book was set in India because the characters sounded too Spaniard. They come alive with rich gothic descriptions. Prior to The Shadow of the Wind, Carlos wrote a series of young adult books that’s meant to entice young reader and adults alike.

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Calcuta, 1932: el corazón de las tinieblas. Un tren en llamas atraviesa la ciudad. Un espectro de fuego siembra el terror en las sombras de la noche. Pero eso no es más que el principio. En la víspera de cumplir dieciséis años, Ben, Sheere y sus amigos de la Chowbar Society deberán enfrentarse al más terrible enigma de la historia de la ciudad de los palacios. La gente que puebla sus calles sabe que la verdadera historia fue escrita en las páginas invisibles de sus espíritus, en sus maldiciones calladas y ocultas.

Автор: Ruiz Zafon, Carlos Название: The Watcher In The Shadows ISBN: 029785626X ISBN-13(EAN): 9780297856269 .

Then, to Daniel's surprise, the man inscribes the book with the words 'To Fermin Romero de Torres, who came back from the dead and who holds the key to the future'.

In May 1980, fifteen-year-old Oscar Drai suddenly vanishes from his boarding school in the old quarter of Barcelona. For seven days and nights no one knows his whereabouts.

Calcuta 1932: El corazon de las tinieblas. Un tren en llamas atraviesa la ciudad. Un espectro de fuego siembra el terror en las sombras de la noche. Pero eso no es mas que el principio. En la vispera de cumplir los 16 anos Ben Sheere y sus amigos deberan enfrentarse al mas terrible y mortifero enigma en la historia de la ciudad de los palacios.
Ballazan
I bought this one along with the first and third novels. As he states, these are novels intended for a teenager public and as such are not as deep nor as complex as La sombra del viento. Character descriptions are not so developed and the book feels rushed into the closing chapters, but it's understandable because again, were written for teenagers. But yes, you can feel Zafón here from the first lines and for those who enjoy his writing skills as I do that's quite enough. By the way, for those of you who felt a little lost with El juego del Angel, reading his first novels will clarify some questions, as thematic resources used a lot on these works are the answer to the seemingly lost ends in that later book. All in all, very good works from the author considering the public they are intended to reach.
I_LOVE_228
As the author writes in his introduction, "my books are considered to be for young readers, but I would hope they can be enjoyed by those from 9 to 90."

Since I'm 65, not quite 90 yet, but I found the story enchanting and easily readable by an upper-level beginner in Spanish.

I would highly recommend it for someone looking for their first "real reading experience" in the wonderful Spanish language.
kinder
After reading The Shadow of the Wind and El Principe de la Niebla, both of which I loved, I wasn't impressed with this novel. There's a quality to the writing (or perhaps a lack thereof) that doesn't make it involving and I found myself not caring much for the characters. There are elements of gothic novel here, but the psychological stimulus for horror is unconvincing and so the supernatural element falls flat. Although I wouldn't regret reading it, the novel didn't leave much of an impression and I'm convinced that in a few months I will forget that I read it.
Iaiastta
Not his best book, but he is a good read in Spanish, and it is more of a gothic style, more for young adults. I am a writer also, and a couple of his earlier books were really excellent. But trying to build on the same characters more than once of twice is tough to do.
blodrayne
Toda la novela te hace que no te despegues ni un minuto de su lectura, es un misterio constante y todavia casi al final de la historia, te acabas de dar cuenta de secretos de los personajes principales. Emocionante, facil vocabulario y sentimental. Recomiendo El Palacio de la Medianoche totalmente, a cualquier persona que le gusten las novelas de misterio y suspenso. Cada obra de Zafon que leo me gusta cada vez mas sus libros.
Morlunn
Amo todos los trabajos de Zafón, este no es la excepción a pesar de que el final no es lo que deseada si no el que la historia demandaba.
Dyni
Interesante y facil de leer.
Although I liked it, it was too mythical and the character development was too superficial when compared to La Sombra Del Viento. It was a fast read, and I was well satisfied with it.