Monday, August 04, 2008

Shadow of the Wind - The Aftermath

Carlos Ruiz Zafón's The Shadow of the Wind is indeed a great and powerful novel. In addition to fantastic reading experience it offers a lot of philosophical and moral implications.
And all with a dose of good humor and in very imaginative way.
I also strongly advice to read/listen to Carlos' interviews. One of them (in English) is added to Audible.com audio version of the book.
What is interesting there is to discover how honest and humble to us, his readers is Carlos.

And, finally - all is about the Love ....

1 comment:

  1. i'm generally frighten away when a book/music album/piece of art (e.g. on communities like deviantart.com) get popular and commercial because usually they are pretty crappy. although i was unable to pass THIS book by. its atmosphere is unrepeatable, the action is thought-out and it is just impossible to get bored while reading it. and the plot is not trivial, all of the characters are outstanding, have their own features. my favourite is undeniably Fermin. his attitude is just priceless!

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