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Why did he build it so weird? Lists with This Book. I mean a necklace that is split in two, twins, names written backwards. I was very disappointed in this book. Un tren en llamas atraviesa la ciudad. The eerie atmosphere that prevails throughout the story. 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 Mediqnoche Society.

I liked Prince of Mist, but this book was not nearly as good and I didn’t think Prince of Mist was great. La vida es como la primera partida de ajedrez: 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 carloz in India.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. An elderly woman arrives at the orphanage with a girl of their age, the intriguing Sheere, and so begins a fantastical rollercoaster ride of an adventure. How can 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?


I did a lot of skimming. I am not sure if this is a spoiler, though I don’t think it really is, but I’m giving you a fair warning anyway, as it has a lot to do with the foundation of the story. Here, the setting and era zafoon the story are clear from the beginning, and the evil Jawahal is given a backstory that’s perhaps too detailed, raising rather a lot of questions.

I don’t know, I kept forgetting this book was set in India because the characters sounded too Spaniard. Because there were tons of things I liked about this book. Notwithstanding the somewhat predictable foundation of the plot and the tacky little parts scattered in the storyline, I enjoyed riiz book immensely.

The Midnight Palace tells us the story of the twins Ben and Sheere. The Midnight Palace 2 stars 16 year old twins, Ben and Sheere, are reunited after being separated le birth by a terrible set of circumstances that took the life of their mother.

It’s odd that this is supposed to be the second of a trilogy, as other than some elements of fantasy and a seemingly indestructible ‘bad guy’, it has very little in common with The Prince of Mist. The friends will have to make a stand against this evil, or have no hope for the future.

You must choose which one to belong to. On his 16th medianoxhe, he met Sheere and Aryami, and he quickly became friends with Sheere, although he had no idea she was his twin sister. In a word, I became old.

Maybe I’ll read his next YA translation due May ! The boy twin, Ben, is raised in an orphanage wher This one reads like classic Zafon, of whom I rhiz a big fan.

On the night Mr. Ben was taken to St. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you caelos to read. The story opens with a British soldier delivering infant twins from imminent danger. 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.

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.


Pursued by an evil villain, two newborn twins are separated at birth.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I hate it when people say these younger books by Ruiz Zafon aren’t as good as The Shadow of the Wind.

Refresh and try again. 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. 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. The first is your enemies; the second your family.

El Palacio de la Medianoche by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

The creepiness of the narrative that paalcio the hair at the back of my neck stand up on end. Ben and his friends are due to leave the orphanage which has been th As in all books by Zafon, I loved this one.

The Midnight Palace is an emotional roller coaster.

It’s a bit dreamy, a lot creepy and maybe even a bit magical. Guiz only reason that I am giving this book a star is because I happen to be a Zafon’s fan.

The Midnight Palace

Mediaboche final no fue la gran cosa, pero estuvo bien. Even though I did get a bit annoyed by the fact that the adults are conveniently absent throughout this whole story, I loved that the children are the focus of the book. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Seriously, his prose is just absolutely stunning.