(Romanian Edition). by Carlos Ruiz Zafon Umbra vintului (Romanian Edition). by Carlos Ruiz Zafon Umbra vântului. by Carlos Ruiz. Umbra Vantului – Carlos Ruiz Zafon. 71 likes. Book. Carlos Ruiz Zafón is a Spanish novelist. Contents. 1 Biography; 2 Literary career; 3 Bibliography. Young adult; Novels; Short stories. 4 Influences; 5.

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Vantuluu 17, Jamie rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Just an innocent boy who thought he had conquered the world in an hour but didn’t yet realize that he could lose it again in an instant.

He chooses The Shadow of The Wind and his life is forever changed by his fascination with the book, its author and his determination to uncover the mystery surrounding the doomed fate of all other works by the author. Ironically, one the more obvious flaws is Zafon’s overuse of stylistic writing. He has to use a cheap cop-out to clear everything up. But the description and details of the city streets, the tram ,the gothic atmosphereeven the fictional Doors of the Vantuluii of the Forgotten Books is very beautiful and unforgettable, The weather The prisoner of heaven I needed a whole pad of zaofn to mark quotes.

I’m still awarding it 4. Most refreshing, clearly the author wasn’t poisoned with the desire to simply keep the reader in the dark: See all 38 questions about The Shadow of the Wind….


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Now try to describe it. Narrated by a young Daniel Sempere, it chronicles his transformation from a child to a young man in a Francoist post-war Spain, his loves and obsessions, his brushes with the world of mysteries and reality – both umbbra these worlds equally dangerous and fascinating. Perhaps my expectations were too high, but in the end, the story didn’t convince me, and even the message – no matter how great it was, or wanted to be – felt a bit superficial because spoiled by the lack of depth of umbrs characters.

I went to work with my hair drawn back into a bun and no makeup.

Sometimes it is this music that kept me reading, surpassing the moral of the story. 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.

I enjoyed how the characters played different roles for each other.

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Zaron entonces no me llaman la atencion las novelas historicas. Unpopular opinion to follow! American authors tend to impose unrealistic happy endings while Europeans favor poignant sad ones.

View all 27 comments. Highly recommended for those who are not afraid to explore other worlds or allow a book to engulf their senses completely.

Daniel embarks on a mission to solve the mystery of the author’s story being watched by a revengeful cop and the book burner himself. Happiness in every which way had a purpose, even in galleries of despair, even softened by ecumenical disguise.


The Shadow of the Wind

Retrieved 8 July Every time a book changes hands, every time someone runs his eyes down its pages, its spirit grows and strengthens. Which brings me to my next point. Spain Barcelona, Catalonia Spain.

Sep 26, Jon Cox rated it did not like it Shelves: View all 31 comments. Barcelona, – just after the war, a great world city lies in shadow, nursing its wounds, and a boy named Daniel awakes on his eleventh birthday to find that he can 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.

In the past I’ve read historical novels that let me furious about the way women were treated and categorized into little boxes mother, virgin, whore, if you’re asking but in The Shadow of the Wind I never felt that the issue was handled or acknowledged, or barely they do mention it in other men, but for me they were no better.

The words with which a child’s heart is poisoned, through malice or through ignorance, remain branded in his memory, and sooner or later they burn his soul. View all 83 comments.