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A man pauses for breath outside the ruins of Jheeter’s Gate station knowing he has only hours to live. The only reason that I am giving this book a star is because I happen to be a Zafon’s fan. What I did need to figure out was the why, which is what kept me going. I was actually kind of angry by the end because I really wanted to like the book and find it creepy, like Prince of Mist. The creepiness of the narrative that makes the hair at the back of my neck stand up on end. Aryami was there to warn Mr.

The story was not that interesting. The Midnight Palace is an emotional roller coaster. Of course they’re not!

The Midnight Palace tells us the story of the twins Ben and Ruis. I liked Prince of Mist, but this book was not nearly as good and I didn’t think Prince of Mist was great.

Naturally, since this is YA fiction, it does all get a bit silly – much of the climactic action is really daft, but I didn’t exactly expect shining literary brilliance, so that was fine. It’s a bit dreamy, a lot creepy and maybe even a bit magical.

The boy twin, Ben, is raised in an orphanage wher This one reads like classic Zafon, of whom I am a big fan. View all 4 comments. Not only that, but that both of the lives appear to be in danger from a mysterious entity that is somehow connected to their later father, a brilliant engineer responsible for building the train system connecting major cities in India. Still, I loved it. Pursued by an evil villain, two newborn twins are separated at birth.


Yes, I’m a scaredy-cat, but still.

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I’m so in love with all of Carlos’ books. The story starts with Ian, now entering old age, recalling his youth in a children’s home in Calcutta – specifically the adventures he enjoyed with a tight-knit group of fellow orphans who called themselves the Chowbar Society.

Whatever happened to their father’s home? But then I came across a copy in the library, and couldn’t resist giving this a try, knowing it wouldn’t take me long to read. Un espectro de fuego siembra el terror en las sombras de la noche.

I must say, I did figure out the “who dunnit” element long before the book was nearing completion, mainly because it’s a totally “Zafon” thing to do.

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.

It’s fascinating to see how this wonderful author matured as he wrote his books. I hated the Chowbar society members, all of them and I was more sympethtic to Jawahel -villain- but Zafon my man this thing sounded like a movie from Bollywood!

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It was difficult to follow. Caglos one thing, Grandma does not want anyone telling Sheere that her father was a bad man. He is also the author of three more young-adult novels, El palacio de la medianocheLas luces de septiembre and Marina In a word, I became old. It was a good conclusion to their journey.


The ending,on the other hand,I actually really liked. I don’t know, I kept forgetting this book was set medinoche India because the characters sounded too Spaniard.

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With the help of their brave friends, the twins will have to take a stand against the terror that watches them in the shadows of the night–and face the most frightening creature in the history of the City of Palaces.

How palwcio they believe one minute that the bad guy knows they are there, because the miniature train starts going around the tracks and has three miniature figures of them inside, and then the next minute feel they are safe enough to go to sleep in separate rooms? If you’ve read his stuff and read this, then you’ll probably know what I mean. Maybe I’ll read his next YA translation due May !

Why did Dad kidnap Ben’s friends and tie them up? Carter accepted Ben there, a mysteryous man came to talk to him, asking about a baby he may have accepted there—but he denied such thing. My only complain about Midnight Palace is that it’s set in India, which is as exotic a setting as you can get.

Trivia About The Midnight Pala But she knew his spirit was hunting his children to kill one of them. But seriously now, Calcutta ? On his 16th birthday, he met Sheere and Aryami, and he quickly became friends with Sheere, although he had no idea she was his twin sister.