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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. So, you notice I dropped the rating for this one a little lower, even though I did make it to the end. His mind went blank, his mouth sagged, and his eyes glazed over. And yes, as some of the negative reviews say, this book is full of plot holes. FYI–the way I rate books, 3 stars means the book was “okay” caglos that I did finish it, but it wasn’t a story that really impressed me.

The only thing he actually did discover truly on his own was nebbbia I had figured out very early on and, btw, created another big plot hole.

Trilogia della nebbia: Il principe della nebbia-Il palazzo della mezzanotte-Le luci di settembre

Il luogo sembra protetto e tranquillo ma, appena arrivati, cominciano a succedere strani fenomeni: I loved the characters,the story,and that ending Thanks for telling us about the problem.

The story isn’t that strong, and the characters are rather flat. First of all, this book is labeled YA but it reads like a middle grade book.

I also liked that you got out of breath when you rode your bike up the hill. However, the pfincipe soon begins to get quite silly and more and more plot holes and unanswered questions pop up, until it all becomes totally unbelievable and rather boring. Because that is me. Clocks that seem to move backward, that feeling of someone breathing on your face, voices only children can hear, and circus statues that change shape and positions.


Il principe della nebbia by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

Yes… that Aled Jones. I felt a little bit disappointed with the ending. Well I think he has achieved it. I KNOW you carlps expect a young adult book to explain everything exhaustively, but when I think of the detail and care so obviously put into the better examples princile children’s literature I can call to mind, that isn’t really an excuse for the plot to be SO underdeveloped. Got a question please prrincipe.

Se los juro, es un don. In my opinion, you can sense that this is Zafon’s first written novel. See all 5 questions about Il principe della nebbia…. The others not so much, but yes, the main character, which is important. All of the above-mentioned reason made me curious to read it and see if it would scare me as much as I was hoping for.

Young Max discovers that their new family house was owned by a doctor and his wife, whose son drowned many years before. Nebbia lo primero que leo del autor y no me arrepiento de haber empezado con su primer trabajo. The story starts out in a light note, though war was mentioned several time, the main character, Max, is a young teenager whose point of view is both innocent and positive. Overall,a really great book.

I’d read Zafon’s The Name of the Wind, a brilliant adult novel blending Gothic horror and magic realism, but I wasn’t aware that Zafon actually began his career writing middle grade fantasies. Death of a Clown by The Kinks. And my Facebook feed is inundated with them when they come back from a dive. So within the first few pages we have a railway station clock running backwards.


Si quieren algo un poco retorcido y oscuro pero corto y ligero lean Marina. And btw, I’d probably lrincipe it 2. Who or what is Cain and how has he attained his power?

But seriously,I really enjoyed reading this,mainly because the story was very captivating,I just had to find out what will happen next and what is the truth about Orpheus and the Prince of Mist. So they like to dive, in lovely exotic places like Egypt and just off Puffin Island. The sound effects add a creepy factor to the story at times.

Il principe della nebbia

It appeared to be an abandoned garden. I didn’t go into this with high expectations, and I expected it to be kind of immature, but I still found it very disappointing. It almost felt like he had woken or disturbed something. I picked it up without knowing it was a YA book. View all 5 comments. Fans of his more recent adult novels will recognize the author’s gift for using weather and architecture to set the scene and build suspense.

We have a group of kids trying to kill an ancient evil which is thirsting for revenge. View all 7 comments. Refresh and try again. At the beginning of the book Mr Zafon said it was aimed at young reader, but would also appeal to all ages.