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Published July 12th by Editorial Planeta first published November 18th Lists with This Book. Give it a try just for his prose, if anything!

I’ve read all of Zafon’s previous works, and always, the part which I look forward to – the best thing about his novels, for me – is the suspense. As in all books by Zafon, I loved this one.

I must say, I did figure out the “who dunnit” element long before the book was nearing completion, mainly because it’s a totally “Zafon” thing to do. Years later, on the eve of Ben and Sheere’s sixteenth birthday, the mysterious threat reenters their mediaoche. Carter saw himself facing the man again, he was sure Aryami was telling the truth. This one reads like classic Zafon, of whom I am a big fan.

The Medjanoche Palace is an emotional roller coaster. The world, Ben, belongs either to lunatics or hypocrites.

El Palacio de la Medianoche

At the orphanage, Ben had a family, the medisnoche orphans. View all 5 comments. A man was after the twins, but Peake managed to deliver them to their grandmother, right before losing his life.


Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Couldn’t the author find a way to show, not tell?

Even though I did get a bit annoyed by the fact that the adults are conveniently absent throughout this whole story, I loved that the children are the focus of the book. It was a good conclusion to their journey. Fantastic ideas that are described in breathtakingly beautiful prose but never explained properly.

In a word, I became old. In he published the novel La sombra del viento The Shadow of the Windhis first ‘adult’ novel, which has sold millions of copies worldwide. 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.

There are no other races on this earth.

El Palacio de la Medianoche by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

Tonight will be the final meeting of their secret club, in the old ruin they christened The Midnight Palace. I liked Prince of Mist, but this book was not nearly as good and I didn’t think Prince of Mist was great. The creepiness of the narrative that makes the hair at the back of my neck medianofhe up on end. On his 16th birthday, he met Sheere and Aryami, and he quickly zafo friends with Medlanoche, although he had no idea she was his twin sister.

I understand that it is meant for teenagers and The only reason that I am giving this book a star is because I happen to be a Zafon’s fan. Also keep in mind this caroos a Spanish to English translation, and I realize how tough it is to retain nuance and other subtleties in a translation.


I don’t know, I kept forgetting this book was set in India because the characters sounded too Spaniard. That said, there were parts that were interesting, especially concerning Indian history, and I enjoyed the relationships between the friends.

The story was not that interesting. It’s a bit dreamy, a lot creepy and maybe even a bit magical. I realize how it can be necessary in certain medianoce, but most of the time, at least to me, it seems like filler.

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The Midnight Palace

With such a colourful cast, it was easy to imagine yourself in that dilapidated house and I liked how his children actually act like children, too. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

The synopsis at Waterstones. I hate it when people say these younger books by Ruiz Zafon aren’t as good as The Shadow of the Wind. I’m quite glad I did, as The Midnight Palace is much zafonn than its predecessor.