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Threads of the past float through all the Ruiz books and this one is no different. [I wish I’d reviewed those books’ summaries.] This one moves between the repressionist 1940s and 1957 in Barcelona. Daniel Sempere tells this part of the story, but it is the book when we’ll get to know his enigmatic friend Fermin Romero de Torres. That was good. A mystery runs through this book, at times frightening in it capacity to send both these men to seek revenge. And, like all books in this series, the author lays out where the next book may go. My only complaint: The Cemetery of Lost Books had only a very small part.
posted Oct 24, 2012 at 5:02PM
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