Labyrinth of the Spirits (Ruiz Zafon) - Book Reviews

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(Starred review) [A] gripping and moving thriller set in Franco’s Spain…. Fans of complex and literate mysteries featuring detectives with integrity working under oppressive and corrupt regimes will be well satisfied.
Publishers Weekly

(Starred review) At approximately 800 pages, this book is a commitment, but it is one well worth making. Complex characters, rich language, and intrigue make it a story to be savored. —Terry Lucas, Shelter Island P.L., NY
Library Journal

Gothic, operatic, and in many ways old-fashioned, this is a story about storytelling and survival, with the horrors of Francoist Spain present on every page. Compelling.… [T]his is for readers who savor each word and scene.

(Starred review) Ruiz Zafón brings his sprawling Cemetery of Forgotten Books tetralogy to a close that throws in everything but the kitchen sink, but that somehow works.… A satisfying conclusion to a grand epic.
Kirkus Reviews

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