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The Midnight Palace Paperback – 26 Apr 2012
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From the author of THE SHADOW OF THE WIND, the haunting story of a secret society and a labyrinthine railway station with a dark past.
About the Author
Carlos Ruiz Zafón is the author of eight novels, including the international phenomenon THE SHADOW OF THE WIND, and THE ANGEL'S GAME. His work has been published in more than forty-five different languages, has sold over thirty million copies, and has been honoured with numerous international awards. He lives in Los Angeles, California.
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These are just about all the characters involved apart from a couple of others who are essential to the explanation of the plot.
Well-written and quite fast-moving, this didn’t engage me much especially compared to the author’s adult work such as The Name of the Wind.
Never in my life have I read a book twice, except for Carlos Ruiz Zaphon’s beautiful books.
Some of the writing is atmospheric where for example it describes the monsoon hitting Calcutta. But it does not have the bite that Shadow produced with its powerful references to Spanish history in the 20th century. That book invoked a continuum from even before the civil war until the 50-60s. This did not and seemed more about magic than a powerful human story. A bit disappointed in truth. I was expecting something else.