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In the wake of perusing The Shadow of the Wind, I was left with to some degree blended emotions. From one viewpoint, this is such a perfectly composed book, and is fundamentally a tribute to writing. Then again, there are some genuine blemishes which diverts from the entire experience. 

The best thing about the book, as I would see it, is Zafon's aptitude in masterful composition. It helps me to remember why I love to peruse in any case, and makes me wish I could compose as wonderful as this. The Ebook contains loads of essential statements also, certainly something worth being thankful to the extent I'm concerned. 

So after around 50 pages in, I was prepared to adore this book as I only occasionally cherished another book previously. In any case, as the story advanced, that goals began to decrease gradually. Incidentally, one the more evident blemishes is Zafon's abuse of complex composition. It appears as though everybody acts or talks in an intricate way, even in the least difficult of circumstances, and this can truly get tedious inevitably. 

The plot additionally isn't as cunning as the promotion would cause you to accept. Zafon works admirably making a feeling of puzzle right off the bat, and there are clear parallels between the principle character Daniel Sempere, and Julian Carax, the essayist whose past he is attempting to reveal. In any case, the accounts of Daniel and Julian are seperate ones, and they simply happen to interconnect with each other more by chance than by structure. 

By a wide margin the most inconvenient imperfection is the manner in which the riddles are "settled". Very frequently, answers are given by having some side character or another recount to their story for pages. No place is this more clear than toward the finish of the book, where truly each and every detail is uncovered as an (exceptionally) long letter, even subtleties which the author of the letter never could have known, since she wasn't engaged with those occasions. It's as though Zafon had no idea or the inspiration to compose an obvious end result, and chose to simply dump all the data in a single spot. 

With more thoughtfulness regarding genuine plot and character advancement, this could have been one of my preferred books. In any case, despite everything I appreciated perusing the Shadow of the Wind. It's only a disgrace that it falls some path shy of its potential.

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