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The book seems clumsy and lacks deepness. He lives in Copenhagen. Organisasi tersebut dikenal dengan nama Organisasi Bayangan.

Penerima adalah jenis yang lainnya dan Katherina adalah penerima! The first half appears slow paced, not in a bad way though. Ver la lectura como un arma tan poderosa. Dengan bantuan Iversen selaku sekretaris pribadi Luca dan Katherine, pegawai kepercayaan Luca lambat laun John mulai mengenal aktifitas ayahnya beserta isi dari Libri di Luca yang menyimpan begitu banyak buku-buku berharga.

The Library of Shadows by Mikkel Birkegaard

This is the library of the seminary of Folignoone of the oldest libraries in Umbria. Bukan hanya sekedar memukau pendengarnya dan menjadikan apa yang ada dalam buku terasa begitu nyata melainkan dapat mempengaruhi jiwapikiran, dan persepsi mereka yang mendengarnya. Sayangnya, saya sedikit terganggu dengan terjemahan atau penyuntingan? Trusted professionals handle other methods of reproduction outside the library; the fees are to be previously agreed upon and charged to the recipient.

While I enjoyed some of the characters mainly Katherinasome felt quite one-sided, which was a bit of a shame. Paperbackpages. Dan yang paling mengejutkan bagi John adalah ternyata tanpa disadarinya dirinyapun mewarisi kemampuan ayahnya sebagai seorang Lector.


So, summing up, the storyline was predictable and the characters, who caught my attention in the beginning, were static and sketchy. Is this just a copy of Shadows of the Wind?


Originally published and of course written in Danish, I have to give kudos to the translator; she did a fantastic job and the story reads as though it was written in English; smooth and flawless.

It’s a decent enough urban fantasy, with secret societies and magic book reading powers and it has an interesting gimmick that I’ll most likely use in a future game, but for some reason I can’t bring myself to say that it was more than just ok.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I suppose I’m too lazy to click the spoiler box, so I won’t go into any great detail about why the remainder of the story I’ve learned that I’m an enormous fan of books about libraries.

Angela Simo’s review of Biblioteca umbrelor

Now someone is trying to destroy them, and Jon finds himself in a fight for his life and those of his new friends. But as it is, meh. Tanpa disadarinya, Jon juga memiliki kemampuan itu. Andai saja fenomena fisik umvrelor itu dihilangkan dan diganti dengan deskripsi mengenai bagaimana keadaan jiwa dan pikiran seseorang yang telah dipengaruhi oleh seorang Lector tentunya kesannya akan biblioteac dramatis dan dalam dibanding dengan menonjolkan fenomena fisiknya. This can be the mark of an inexperienced writer, so I hope that Mikkel Birkegaard grows out of it.


And though I enjoyed the idea seriously, The Library of Shadows?

The Library of Shadows

Registered members may check out books for 30 days. When I came across this story, and read the basic description, I was a bit excited to start it.

The writing bibliotcea the Library of Shadows is probably its weakest aspect; plenty of egregious info drops, lackluster characterizations, and a tendency to simply narrate what is happening makes it come off as clinical rather than mysterious.

It was an okay-book, but I expected more from it.

Jon has not seen his father for twenty years since the mysterious death of his mother. View all 4 comments.

To ask other readers questions about Biblioteca umbrelorplease sign up. One of the things that put me off was the description of female characters by their hair colour “the redhead”which struck me as rather sexist, but then I thought it might be different in Danish culture. Open Preview See a Problem? I just can’t believe it is a bibliofeca novel, it is spectacular. Meh… sem sabor, sem grande sentido I didn’t get to know any characters, they just felt flat and I didn’t feel for them.

As a total book nerd I wanted to scream “yes! So it wasn’t awful.