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The shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

This is huge, when I chose this book and asked my friend to help me get it, I didn't have the vaguest idea how impressive it is. Careful, I might not keep hold of myself and spoil the plot. This is the first book from the series Cemetery of Forgotten Books that I read but... Continue Reading →

The Vineyard of María Dueñas

It's been a long time since I read something as real as The Vineyard by a Spanish writer María Dueñas. I don't take the books I've been reading until now as the majority of them had some kind of magic/strangeness/cruel murders or some other things that usually don't happen in real life. I'm not saying Perez-Reverte's books are... Continue Reading →

Drum Skin – Sevilla, Priests and Stars

Drum Skin (Piel del Tambor) is a novel by a Spanish author Arturo Pérez-Reverte – one of the best contemporary writers, I think. Why? You should read Drum Skin and you will know why. It all goes about a Vatican priest who was sent to Sevilla to investigate mysterious deaths in an old church. So... Continue Reading →

Numero 1. Introducing the couple

It's always the hardest to write (or read) about the last part. In this case, this is the first part that's resulted the most complicated. Although I've read the 2nd and the 3rd in this series, the 1st was uninteresting. On the contrary, I dived into it and all 440 pages just went by without... Continue Reading →

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