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Himlens fange (2012)

af Carlos Ruiz Zafón

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Bestselgende roman der handlingen er lagt til 1950-r̄enes Barcelona
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    Vindens skygge af Carlos Ruiz Zafón (becksdakex)
    becksdakex: First book of the series
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    Englens spil af Carlos Ruiz Zafón (becksdakex)
    becksdakex: Second book of the series.
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Ok. So the book itself is great. Of course. But I just couldn't remember enough of The Angel's Game to satisfy me, so when I finished this, I went back and read a couple summaries to remember. And then. Ohmygosh, combined with what happened here. What I ... think happened/is happening.. well. Zafon. 👏🏽. 👏🏽. 👏🏽. 👏🏽. 👏🏽. My hat is off to you. 🎩

I look forward to the 800-page "last book," which I will call the conclusion. ( )
  avanders | Nov 23, 2020 |
I made a mistake on this and read what is the 3rd(II think ( )
  Smsw | Oct 20, 2020 |
Had to refresh my memory about a few familiar characters by reading some of my reading notes of previous books in the series. I enjoyed this book nearly as much as I did the previous two.

I have to admit I am a bit befuddled as to who is using Fermin's name to find him. Also, not clear why David Martin returns after years of successfully avoiding authorities. And accompanying that question is a few about Christina: where is she and who is caring for her.

Is it possible Zafon is modifying a few key points of the story to create more options for the 4th book in the series?
  Bookish59 | Sep 28, 2020 |
Better than the second one, but not nearly as perfect as the first of the series.
Peter Kenny is the narrator of the audiobook.
3.75 stars, and recommended.

https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/412591577?book_show_action=true&from_r... ( )
  stephanie_M | Apr 30, 2020 |
Though I could sense there were tangential connections among this series of books by Ruiz Zafón, I didn't realize upon previous completion of book two that the plots of all four would be so unexpectedly intertwined. Comparatively brief, The Prison of Heaven focuses on Fermín's surprising and horrifying back story as a political prisoner under Franco's regime, and reveals his connection to the Sempere family. Well done -- I enjoyed it and look forward to the series conclusion, The Labyrinth of the Spirits. ( )
  ryner | Feb 26, 2020 |
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While the reader should not expect many shocking plot twists, the story is gripping and the pace is just right. Further, the magic of the novel is in the wonderfully constructed creepy and otherworldly setting, the likable characters, and the near-perfect dialogue.
tilføjet af DorsVenabili | RedigerBooklist, Kerri Price (pay site) (Aug 1, 2012)
 
Like his countryman Arturo Pérez-Reverte, Zafón combines sincere engagement with genre tradition, with clever touches of the literary postmodern. (The novel's epigraph is by a fictional writer who featured in The Shadow of the Wind.) This is explicitly, and joyously, a book about books, about what can be learned from them (say, how to follow someone in the street), and what is lost when they are lost. Much of the novel's appeal is that of time-travelling tourism, strongly flavoured with literary nostalgia – for a time when a bookshop could be a city's cultural nerve-centre, when a paper-based bureaucracy could be outwitted, when bohemian scribblers could afford to eat world-class crème caramels, and even when money could be "cursed". But beneath the sugared surface there is also political anger.
tilføjet af souloftherose | RedigerThe Guardian, Steven Poole (Jun 28, 2012)
 
A rousing adventure that reads as if Jorge Borges were writing in the mode of Umberto Eco's 'The Name of the Rose.
tilføjet af thebookpile | RedigerElle Magazine (US)
 
wondrous... ultimately a love letter to literature, intended for readers as passionate about storytelling as its young hero.
tilføjet af thebookpile | RedigerEntertainment Weekly
 
Gabriel Garcia Marquez meets Umberto Eco meets Jorge Luis Borges...Ruiz Zafón gives us a panoply of alluring and savage personages and stories. His novel eddies in currents of passion, revenge and mysteries whose layers peel away onion-like yet persist in growing back... we are taken on a wild ride that executes its hairpin bends with breathtaking lurches.
tilføjet af thebookpile | RedigerNew York Times
 

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I have always known that one day I would return to these streets to tell the story of the man who lost his soul and his name among the shadows of a Barcelona trapped in a time of ashes and silence. These are pages written in the flames of the city of the damned, words etched in fire on the memory of the one who returned from among the dead with a promise nailed to his heart and a curse upon his head. The curtain rises, the audience falls silent and before the shadow lingering over their destiny descends upon the set, a chorus of pure souls takes the stage with a comedy in their hands and the blessed innocence of those who, believing the third act to be the last, wish to spin a Christmas story--unaware that once the last page is turned, the poison of its words will drage them slowly but inecoxably towards the heart of darkness.
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Daniel Sempere arbejder i sin fars antikvariat i 1950'ernes Barcelona. En dag køber en mærkelig mand en dyr førsteudgave og dedikerer den til Fermin. Fermins historie under borgerkrigen oprulles i al sin grusomhed
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