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For one thing, Grandma does not want anyone telling Sheere that her father was a bad man. Carter accepted Ben there, a mysteryous man came to talk to him, asking about a zafln he may have accepted there—but he denied such thing. The ending,on the other hand,I actually really liked. One of the things that annoyed me the most about that book was that it was so vague, completely failing to establish any sense of time or place, and providing very little explanation of the villain’s origins.

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 medianochs later book. 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 I can totally see where Shadow came from. A decent little read for fans of the author – atmospheric, exciting and easy to get through in one sitting. To ask other readers questions about El palacio de la medianocheplease sign up. The Midnight Palace 2 stars 16 year old twins, Ben and Sheere, are reunited after being separated at birth by a terrible set of circumstances that took the life of their mother.

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Here, the setting and era of the story are clear from the beginning, and the evil Jawahal is given a backstory that’s perhaps too detailed, raising rather a lot of questions. Okay, it’s safe to continue reading the rest of the review now. Of course they’re not! Almost always, a token – something – will be left in the possession of such child that will help in the discovery of his past.

Sheere was raised by Aryami, but they never stayed too long on the same place, they were always moving and hiding.

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There’s a problem loading this menu right now. The first part of this book was a bit shaky, I will have to admit. I liked Prince of Mist, but this book was not nearly as good and I didn’t think Prince of Mist was great. Fantastic ideas that are described in breathtakingly beautiful prose but never explained properly.

I realize how it can be necessary in certain situations, but most of the time, at least to me, it seems like filler. Pursued by an evil villain, two newborn twins are separated at birth.

A man pauses for breath outside the ruins of Jheeter’s Gate station knowing he has only hours to live. Looking at it from their eyes, it will certainly enthrall and frightening them. 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.

El palacio de medianoche by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

It was difficult to follow. The story starts with Ian, now entering old age, recalling his youth in a children’s home in Calcutta – specifically the adventures he enjoyed with a tight-knit group of fellow orphans who called themselves the Chowbar Society. Trivia About The Midnight Pala To ask other readers questions about El palacio de medianocheplease sign up. I’m so in love csrlos all of Carlos’ books.

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One person found this helpful. The synopsis at Waterstones. If you’ve read his stuff and read this, then you’ll probably know what I mean. This one reads like classic Zafon, of whom I am a big fan.

I must say, I did figure out the “who dunnit” element long before the book was nearing completion, mainly because it’s a totally “Zafon” thing to do. It’s fascinating to see how this wonderful author matured as he wrote his books. Why did he build it so weird? I realize how it can be necessary in certain situations, but most of the time, at least to me, it seems like filler. Maybe it’s because I didn’t like Ben,or maybe it’s because I wasn’t particularly interested in the story.

Maybe I’ll read his next YA translation due May ! I must say, I did figure out the “who dunnit” element long before the book was nearing completion, mainly because it’s a totally “Zafon” thing to do. Product Description In the heart of Calcutta lurks a dark mystery Seriously, his prose is just absolutely stunning.

I received the ARC of this book from the publisher. The Midnight Palace 2 stars 16 year old twins, Ben and Sheere, are reunited after being separated at birth by a terrible set of circumstances that took the life of their mother.