Shadow Of The Wind
3 journalers for this copy...
I had been wanting to read "Shadow of the Wind" for ages every since it was chosen to represent Spain in the the Literary Map of world. I really enjoyed it, it’s a love story to Barcelona as you can find places the characters visit on a map. I really liked Daniel and his father as character s but my favourite character was Fermin
Journal Entry 2
The Brunswick Hotel in Hobart, Tasmania Australia on Friday, November 09, 2018
Released 8 mos ago (11/9/2018 UTC) at The Brunswick Hotel in Hobart, Tasmania Australia
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Released at Welcome Dinner 2018 Unconvention in Hobart
Journal Entry 3
Hobart, Tasmania Australia on Friday, November 09, 2018
A book about books! And possibly Barcelona. Two of my favourite things in all the world.
Journal Entry 4
Narrabundah, Australian Capital Territory Australia on Saturday, December 01, 2018
I found this left under the Christmas tree after our annual Canberra Bookcrossing party. Thank you.
It was confusing having two BCID numbers, but I found the correct one and crossed out the wrong one.
Journal Entry 5
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Australia on Saturday, January 19, 2019
So relieved when I finished the last page. A slog. I found the story convoluted and manufactured. The life long loves and worshipping long ago lovers did not convince me.
I am giving it six as the writing is good.
I will take this to our next local Bookcrossing meet up. No one chose this book at the Bookcrossing meet up, so I left it in the Little Free Library in Narrabundah.
Journal Entry 6
Briars Country Lodge in Bowral, New South Wales Australia on Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Released 1 mo ago (6/11/2019 UTC) at Briars Country Lodge in Bowral, New South Wales Australia
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I picked this book up from the little free library in Narrabundah to get it travelling again. Left on a bench near the pond in the garden of the Briars Country Lodge, Bowral, NSW. (Before I left the lodge, I moved the book to the nearby rotunda; deciding it provided better protection from the weather.)
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