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El juego del ángel 4.5 Hats off to you, Sir I love this author so damn much First, let s get the confusion out of the way The Angel s Game, though the second book to the beautiful Shadow of the Wind, is neither a prequel nor a sequel Essentially it is a stand alone story that you can fully enjoy on its own but if you want to get the most out of it and discover all the connections that will enhance your reading experience with the characters, I highly recommend reading them in their publication order and not th 4.5 Hats off to you, Sir I love this author so damn much First, let s get the confusion out of the way The Angel s Game, though the second book to the beautiful Shadow of the Wind, is neither a prequel nor a sequel Essentially it is a stand alone story that you can fully enjoy on its own but if you want to get the most out of it and discover all the connections that will enhance your reading experience with the characters, I highly recommend reading The book starts out so well, rich in a character, humor, and a powerful sense of place It captivated me from the first few pages I couldn t wait to keep reading I rewarded myself with it each night I felt I was reading a truly great book, one I was certain would become a beloved favorite of mine I was so in love, that I was willing to overlook a nagging flaw in a story where language and the craft of writing mean so much, where the writer himself aims a spotlight on authorial laziness The book starts out so well, rich in a character, humor, and a powerful sense of place It captivated me from the first few pages I couldn t wait to keep reading I rewarded myself with it each night I felt I was reading a truly great book, one I was certain would become a beloved favorite of mine I was so in love, that I was willing to overlook a nagging flaw in a story where language and the craft of writing mean so much, where the writer himself aims a spotlight on authorial laziness Don Basilo was a forbidden looking man with a bushy moustache who did not suffer fools and who subscribed to the theory that the liberal use of adverbs and adjectives was the mark of a pervert or someone with a vitamin deficiency , I was astonished by the repea En La Turbulenta Barcelona De Los A Os 20 Un Joven Escritor Obsesionado Con Un Amor Imposible Recibe La Oferta De Un Misterioso Editor Para Escribir Un Libro Como No Ha Existido Nunca, A Cambio De Una Fortuna Y, Tal Vez, Mucho M S Con Estilo Deslumbrante E Impecable Precisi N Narrativa, El Autor De La Sombra Del Viento Nos Transporta De Nuevo A La Barcelona De El Cementerio De Los Libros Olvidados Para Ofrecernos Una Aventura De Intriga, Romance Y Tragedia, A Trav S De Un Laberinto De Secretos Donde El Embrujo De Los Libros, La Pasi N Y La Amistad Se Conjugan En Un Relato Magistral. 1900 1900 David Martin is a pulp fiction writer struggling in life He went to Barcelona in hope of a better future, and the mysterious man with an unbelievable offer seemed to fulfill his wish The events after he accepted the offer changed his life forever.The first book, The Shadow of the Wind managed to exceed my expectations I was a bit reluctant with this second one, but clearly Zaf n is one hell of a writer He once again managed to exceed my expectations I consider him as one of the best Histori David Martin is a pulp fiction writer struggling in life He went to Barcelon This book was ALMOST a 5 star read for me I really, really enjoyed it, and wish that I could give it 5 stars, but I feel like the loose ends were kind of rubber banded together, rather than tied up all nice and pretty But first I want to talk about the writing GOR GEOUS Ruiz Zafon captured me with the first paragraph In fact, while I was reading What Dreams May Come right before this, I snuck a peek and then almost didn t put it back down to finish WDMC I mean, look at this A writer n This book was ALMOST a 5 star read for me I really, really enjoyed it, and wish that I could give it 5 stars, but I feel like the loose ends were kind of rubber banded together, rather than tied up all nice and pretty But first I want to talk about the writing GOR GEOUS Ruiz Zafon captured me with the first paragraph In fact, while I was reading What Dreams May Come right before this, I snuck a peek and then almost didn t put it back down to finish WDMC I mean, look at this A writer never forge , Prequel 20 23 2016 30 2016 David Mart n is a writer of penny dreadfuls who is offered a huge sum of money to write a book for a French publisher He can t find any evidence that the publisher actually exists though, and violent things start happening to David s friends and colleagues.I was rocking through the first half of the book, loving Ruiz Zaf n s writing, and then I just stopped caring a little over halfway through I m not entirely sure what happened I think I got sick of having abso

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