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El Palacio de la Medianoche by Carlos Ruiz Zafón
Ian, el personaje que en ocasiones narra la historia desde su punto de vista, fue uno de mis favoritos. The ones who see horror in the heart of their fellow humans and search for peace at any price? Tonight will be the final meeting of their secret club, in the old ruin they christened The Midnight Palace. Now, a mysterious stranger calling himself Jawahal is after the twins, but Ben and his friends are determined to get to the bottom of the whole affair before anyone gets hurt.
Aryami was there to warn Mr. Return to Book Page. El final no fue la gran cosa, pero estuvo bien. I was waiting for the time when they all sang and the book went musical! I received the ARC of this book from the publisher. If you’ve read his stuff and read this, then you’ll probably know what I mean. The world, Ben, belongs either to lunatics or hypocrites.
Set in Calcutta in the s, The Midnight Palace begins on a dark night when an English lieutenant fights to save newborn twins Ben and Sheere from an unthinkable threat. View all 5 comments. I did a lot of skimming. Why didn’t he just kill them all and then kill Ben?
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The creepiness of the narrative that makes the hair at the back of my neck stand up on end. Whatever happened to their father’s home? Couldn’t the author find a way to show, not tell? Like,stop being so dramatic,dude. I’m not really sure why. He kept getting better and better until genius struck him with Shadow.
The cover art is great, though. They were newborns when their mother died—their father earlier—, and they were saved by Peake, a young British lieutenant who loved their mother.
View all 12 comments. Quotes catlos El palacio de la I’m so medianocge love with all of Carlos’ books. Raised in an orphanage in Calcutta, Ben has relied on the support of his close knit group of friends and the kindness of the Headmaster. You may also read my review here: Carter saw himself facing the man again, he was sure Aryami was telling the truth. I liked all the other characters,tho.
A man pauses for breath outside the ruins of Jheeter’s Gate station knowing he has only hours to live.
A fun and haunting read. Un espectro de fuego siembra el terror en las sombras de la noche. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
It had its little quirky um-where’d-that-come-from? Maybe pa because I didn’t like Ben,or maybe it’s because I wasn’t particularly interested in the story. Nov 12, Flor rated it liked it. Also keep in mind this is zaon Spanish to English translation, and I realize how tough it is to retain nuance and other subtleties in a translation.
A decent little read for fans of the author – atmospheric, exciting and easy to get through in one sitting. I understand that it is meant for teenagers and that you wrote it back in the s. I am not in any way compensated for this review shucks. He is also the author of three more young-adult sl, El palacio de la medianocheLas luces de septiembre and Marina Ben and his closely-knit group of friends, all orphans, are nearing the end of their days in the orphanage and preparing to move on to the outside world.
How can Ben and Sheere have a mystical connection because they were twins separated at birth?
The Midnight Palace
With such a colourful cast, it was easy to imagine yourself in that dilapidated house and I liked how his children actually act like children, too. The Midnight Palace tells us the story of the twins Ben and Sheere. I liked Prince of Mist, but this book was not nearly as good and I didn’t think Prince zafoh Mist was great. It’s fascinating to see how this wonderful author matured as he wrote his books.
This one reads like classic Zafon, of whom I am a big fan. Still, I loved it. Thanks for telling us about the problem. I also think that, aforementioned problems aside, Mr RZ definitely knows how to tell a thrilling story. I must say, I did figure out the “who dunnit” element long before the book fl nearing completion, mainly because it’s a totally “Zafon” thing to do.