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La sombra del viento

La sombra del viento Un amanecer de un muchacho es conducido por su padre a un misterioso lugar oculto en el coraz n de la ciudad vieja el Cementerio de los Libros Olvidados All encuentra La Sombra del Viento un li

  • Title: La sombra del viento
  • Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Un amanecer de 1945, un muchacho es conducido por su padre a un misterioso lugar oculto en el coraz n de la ciudad vieja el Cementerio de los Libros Olvidados All encuentra La Sombra del Viento, un libro maldito que cambiar el rumbo de su vida y le arrastrar a un laberinto de intrigas y secretos enterrados en el alma oscura de la ciudad Ambientada en la enigm tica BaUn amanecer de 1945, un muchacho es conducido por su padre a un misterioso lugar oculto en el coraz n de la ciudad vieja el Cementerio de los Libros Olvidados All encuentra La Sombra del Viento, un libro maldito que cambiar el rumbo de su vida y le arrastrar a un laberinto de intrigas y secretos enterrados en el alma oscura de la ciudad Ambientada en la enigm tica Barcelona de principios del siglo XX, este misterio literario mezcla t cnicas de relato de intriga, de novela hist rica y de comedia de costumbres, pero es, sobre todo, una tragedia hist rica de amor cuyo eco se proyecta a trav s del tiempo Con gran fuerza narrativa, el autor entrelaza tramas y enigmas a modo de mu ecas rusas en un inolvidable relato sobre los secretos del coraz n y el embrujo de los libros, manteniendo la intriga hasta la ltima p gina.

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    1. There's probably nothing much I "learned" in the introspective sense, but this is a novel like a novel ought to be. This is an epic film on paper, gloomy and engaging, smokey, noir with crumbling ruins, young love, disfigurment, lust, torturee stuff of Dumas, DuMauier and, as of late, The Historian. I woke up at five a.m. and had to sweet talk myself back to sleep: all I wanted to do was read. One Friday, after work, I took sanctuary in The Hotel Biron, those little tables in the dark, pages fli [...]

    2. I read the opening few pages and instantly knew 3 things:1. I was going to love this book.2. I needed a whole pad of post-its to mark quotes.3. I wanted to read this in Spanish for the rich poetry the language would add.A young boy Daniel is taken by his father to the Cemetery of Forgotten Books and told to salvage a book which he must take stewardship over. He choses a novel—or maybe it chose him—that touches him, stirs his desire for literature, and forever entangles him with the fate of t [...]

    3. 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 alrea [...]

    4. 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 qu [...]

    5. :نعم ثمة سجون أسوأ من الكلمات ☆سجون الذكريات. .صقيع الفشل عندما تقفز الشخصيات الخيالية خارج صفحات الكتب لتصحح مفاهيمك و تنغص حياتك و تفتح عينيك قسرا .👀ا"الكتابة ليست سوي مرآة نرى فيها ما نمتلكه في دواخلناو القراءة تحتم علينا إعمال القلب و العقل معاو هما عملتان نادرتان الآن! [...]

    6. لم يحبنا العالم و لم يسعنا، ووسعتنا أرفف مكتباتنا و حيز غرفنا الضيقة. تنبيه: هذه رواية لا تُقرأ علي عجل، و لا في فواصل بين أعمال مهمةستسرقك و لن تفلتك، ستفرغ منها و لن تفرغ منك.

    7. Welcome to The Cemetery of the Forgotten BooksChoose one book. But be aware, you may get trapped into its pages, as The Shadow of the Wind“As it unfolded, the structure of the story began to remind me of one of those Russian dolls that contain innumerable diminishing replicas of itself inside. Step by step the narrative split into a thousand stories, as if it had entered a gallery of mirrors, its identity fragmented into endless reflections.”And for me, by the end.ter these long pages and st [...]

    8. Fourth reading: May 7-17, 2017Of course I love this book soooo much. It's my all-time favorite. This is the 4th year in a row I've read it, and it never gets old. If you haven't already read this at my suggestion, WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?!Third reading: May 14-21, 2016Second reading: May 23-25, 2015-Okay, I can confidently say, upon re-reading this, that it is one of my all-time favorite books. It was just as surprising and enchanting and delightful as the first time I read it, if not more so. [...]

    9. It's been a couple years since I read this book so I shouldn't and won't go into details, but the effect has lingered all this time. There's no other book I'm quicker to recommend than this one. It's not that it's particularly important in a lot of the ways "important" books are, it's just that it works as pure reading pleasure (and sometimes, isn't that enough?); so I find reviews from people desperate to discover structural flaws and stylistic cliches to be totally missing the point. Buy it ne [...]

    10. ذكرتني هذه القصة بتلك العرائس الروسية المفرغة والتي تحوي علي عدد كبير من النماذج المصغرة منها بداخلها، خطوة بخطوة تكتشف أن الحكاية انقسمت إلي آلاف القصص وكأنها دخلت لبيت المرايا وتفتت في انعكاسات لا نهائيةبالرغم من ان تلك المقولة قالها دانيل حول رواية "ظل الريح" بمنتصف الكت [...]

    11. I can't believe someone actually published this book. Even worse, in my opinion is the fact that this book is on the New York Times Bestseller List. How is this possible? It must only mean that there are a lot of people out there that think very differently from me. Don't you be one of them. Seriously. Don't be fooled by this book. It is insipid, lame, and poorly written. First. The prose is so overblown that the author uses three adjectives for every single noun. Count them. He evidently was to [...]

    12. This is an excellent piece of literature. It contains poetic storytelling, shocking twists, thoroughly developed characters, symbolism, humor, romance, betrayal, action, sentimentality, nostalgia, and much, much more. For book lovers it is perfect because it revolves around the mysteries of a little known author (Julian Carax) that the main protagonist, Daniel, stumbles across in a secret stash of literature called the Cemetery of Forgotten books. From there it quickly develops into a fantastic [...]

    13. ظل الريح هذا هو الجزء الأول من رباعية (مقبرة الكتب المنسية) للإسباني كارلوس رويث زافون، الرباعية منفصلة يمثل كل جزء منها كتاباً مستقلاً، صدر حتى الآن ثلاثة أجزاء، ترجم الجزء الأول وسيصدر قريباً وبانتظار الثاني والثالث والتي أتمنى ألا تتأخر كثيراً، فقد تركني الكتاب الأول مذ [...]

    14. ALL THE STARS.⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Welcome to The Cemetery of Forgotten Books.** Hauntingly beautiful.** Gothic & atmospheric.** A book about the love of books.what more could a reader ask for?** And the best part? This book was never even on my radar until I heard someone talk about it by chance. I was intrigued by what they said and bought it that same day. Four days later I’m sat dumbstruck, simultaneously satisfied and heartbrok [...]

    15. Hoy se celebra el 15 aniversario de la publicación de esta maravillosa obra de arte, que no me canso de recomendar. Todavía recuerdo aquel amanecer en que mi padre me llevó por primera vez a visitar el Cementerio de los Libros Olvidados.Porque cinco estrellas no me alcanzan para la constelación mayor que quiero armar en este firmamento digital, porque pase las cuatro de la mañana devorando frases, párrafos, paginas, hojas y capítulos como un hombre que ha estado hambriento de arte por bas [...]

    16. I found this novel by accident, while quickly browsing shelves at the local library, and let me just say it was the best accidental find i've had in years. From the very first line to the end i loved it, and as a reader i am not easily pleased by anything. I love stories out of the ordinary that captivate my imagination and run away with it. That is exactly what The Shadow of The Wind did.Right off the bat the plot intrigued me, Daniel Sempere is taken to the a secret labyrinth of forgotten book [...]

    17. رواية (ظل الريح) تأتينا هي الأخرى من عالم هذا الدكتاتوري الإسباني الذي عصف بمملكة إسبانيا في القرن الماضي أثناء فترة الحرب الأهلية في إسبانيا. شدني الكاتب منذ أول الخيوط من مقبرته (مقبرة الكتب) التي غصنا معه فيها لنهاية أخر الأوراق. سيكون عليك ملاحظة الفرق بين بوليسة اجاثا كر [...]

    18. 2/2.5 stars. Look, it's not my thing to mince my words, so I'll give you my opinion and ultimately, you'll decide what to make of it anyway : as far as I'm concerned, The Shadow of the Wind is overrated and, to say the truth, a bit of a smokescreen. Despite its obvious qualities, I have to admit that I'm a little baffled of its status given that all the flaws, if found in some random YA book, would be called out without any doubt. ✘ Caricatures as characters, from Daniel the Romantic whose con [...]

    19. Trying too hard. I wonder if I hadn't read this right after Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell if I would have liked it better. They were both trying to pay homage to the gothic/Romantic era writers, except that Strange and Norrell was brilliant, and this one was eh. I appreciated what the author was trying to do, but he didn't do it well enough to keep me reading. Yes, Romantic lit is full of cliche, but the thing is to do it in an intriguing way and with enough wit to keep your audience interest [...]

    20. After finishing this book, I was totally blown away by the number of GR friends who already read it. It was really the greatest thrill. At last, yes, at last! It was finito! What a read it was. Honestly, I thought it was never going to end, that the saga beginning in 1945, after the Civil War in Spain, was just too dragging and too detailed for my sensitive soul. Emotionally I shut down around the halfway mark, hanging onto the picturesque, descriptive prose for dear life, sensing a light at the [...]

    21. "Books are mirrors: you only see in them what you already have inside you."Well, I wonder then what part of me I saw inside this book - a book I adored despite its imperfections, despite its frequent veering into melodrama, despite (or maybe because of?) its densely Gothic atmosphere. Whatever it was, it was enough to make me lose myself completely in the rich setting of mid-20th century Barcelona, in the world of seductive dangerous power of literature and perils and passions of young love, and [...]

    22. Here is one for those of us who absolutely adore great literature. It is almost as though The Shadow of the Wind was written for book lovers everywhere. An adrenaline laced, pulse pounding, suspense filled, dark and romantic, gothic adventure, peopled with brilliantly developed, colourful, charismatic and ultimately,unforgetable characters. It really should come with a warning as it will keep you reading late into the night and long after you should have put it down. Fantastic! A must read folks [...]

    23. Dire. The writing is along Dan Brown lines, with flowery metaphors mixed until they become meaningless. From page 1: "My father sighed, hiding behind the sad smile that followed him like a shadow all through his life." How can he be hiding behind it if it's following him? Then on the next page someone is described as having "vulturine features", but in the following sentence he has an "aquiline gaze". This sloppiness is everywhere.The whole thing feels like it desperately wants be seen as some k [...]

    24. "Every book, every volume you see here, has a soul. The soul of the person who wrote it and of those who read it and lived and dreamed with it."In post-Spanish civil war Barcelona, 10-year-old birthday boy, Daniel Sempere is taken by his father to a top-secret, labyrinthine library called 'The Cemetery of Forgotten Books' and is asked to select whichever one of the dusty publications calls out to him from an exhaustive succession of shelves.He chooses an obscure novel, The Shadow of the Wind by [...]

    25. La sombra del viento = The Shadow of the wind (El cementerio de los libros olvidados #1), Carlos Ruiz Zafónعنوانها: سایه باد؛ سایه ی باد؛ نویسنده: کارلوس روییز زافون - کارلوس روئیس سافون - کارلوس روئیث ثافون؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش: هشتم دسامبر سال 2016 میلادیعنوان: سایه باد؛ نویسنده: کارلوس روییز زافون - کارلوس روئیس سافون - کارل [...]

    26. DNF'd on page 221In theory, I should have loved this book. Structurally and plot-wise it reads sort of like a Spanish version of The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt, but I just didn't connect with this story or the writing. Since I was still curious to see how the book ends, I read the plot summary on (I know, I'm terrible) and after doing that I'm glad I decided to stop reading. The book certainly goes in a direction that I didn't see coming, but I don't think it would be worth slogging through anoth [...]

    27. This book SEEMED like it was going to be so good - a dark mystery set in post-war Barcelona, with tragic love and a place called The Cemetary of Forgotton Books what's not to love? (To be honest, I'm not a fan of tragic love, but everything else at least seemed great). But while I was vaguely curious to see how everything pieced together, I didn't like or care about any of the characters, and dialogue like "Sometimes I no longer know who you are," kept me at a distance. The book never went beyon [...]

    28. Where do I begin? This is by far my favourite book of the year so far and I have already bought the second in the series so I can quench my obsession with Carlos Ruiz Zafon's gorgeous writing.The story begins in Barcelona just after the Spanish Civil War, a young boy named Daniel lives alone with his Father and helps run the family bookshop. One day Daniel's Father takes him to a place knows as 'The Cemetery of Forgotten Books' - a labyrinthine place completely packed with beautiful and rare boo [...]

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