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Library Envy

A while ago I wrote about interesting libraries I’ve experienced only in books.  It was prompted by the wonderful library described by Carlos Luiz Zafón in his book The Shadow of the Wind. There are many amazing libraries in books, … Continue reading

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The Shadow of the Wind, Review

Originally posted on Ms M's Bookshelf:
Last week life intervened and I missed a few days of posting but the book I was reading will, I think, made up for it.  The Shadow of the Wind is art in…

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The Shadow of the Wind, Review

Last week life intervened and I missed a few days of posting but the book I was reading will, I think, made up for it.  The Shadow of the Wind is art in its purest sense.  The words are carefully … Continue reading

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Ruiz Zafón’s The Shadow of the Wind

In searching my shelves the other day for a children’s book I had previously enjoyed, I came across The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón.  I looked over the notes on the back cover and couldn’t remember having … Continue reading

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