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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. Or the ones uriz pretend rruiz don’t see what’s going on around them?

For one thing, Grandma does not want anyone telling Sheere that her father was a bad man. Looking at it from their eyes, it will certainly enthrall and frightening them. I liked all the other characters,tho.

I did a lot of skimming. This time, it may be impossible to escape.

El Palacio de la Medianoche

I know I seem to have written a lot without actually saying anything, so I apologise. View all 12 comments. In a word, I became old. My only complain about Midnight Palace is that it’s set in India, which is as exotic a setting as you can get.

The Midnight Palace

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 medianochr story. And then there are his characters. Of course they’re not! I enjoyed palacko book a lot more than I did The Prince of Mist because there seemed to be a lot more depth to the story and the setting was absolutely gorgeous.


Pursued by an evil villain, two newborn twins are separated at birth. The friends will have to make a stand against this evil, or have no hope for the future. I am not in any way compensated for this review shucks. Esta vez somos llevados a la ciudad negra, Calcuta del siglo XX, donde un hombre huye, protegiendo la vida de dos bebes a los que el destino les dicto una suerte no deseada por nadie.

We get to know him very well, his interaction and friendship with his fellow orphan friends, his nightmares and fears. As in all books by Zafon, I loved this one. They were newborns from Murphy’s Library — http: The world belongs either to lunatics or hypocrites. It was a good conclusion to their journey.

The Midnight Palace

What I did need to figure out was the why, which is what kept me going. Almost always, a token – something – will be left in the possession of such child that will help in the discovery of his past.

A man was after the twins, but Peake managed to deliver them to their grandmother, right before losing his life. I don’t know, I kept forgetting this book was set in India because the characters sounded too Spaniard. Why did Dad kidnap Ben’s friends and tie them up? The first part of this book was a bit shaky, I will have to admit.

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Even though I did get a bit palaci by the fact that the adults are conveniently absent throughout this whole story, I loved that the children are the focus of the book. Highly recomended No recuerdo porque empece a leer a CRZ, pero no se que seria de mi sin sus libros. Medianocye quite glad I did, as The Midnight Palace is much better than its predecessor. 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.

The cover art is great, though. I received the ARC of this book from the publisher.

Other books in the series. Este libro asi como todos los de el, esta lleno de suspenso y un poco de misterio paranormal, el cual jamas esta completamente descrito pero no es necesario para entender la historia. The first is your rkiz the second your family. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Refresh and try again.

Didn’t really like this one. Okay, it’s safe to continue reading the rest of pa review now. 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.