Rosa de fuego (El cementerio de los libros olvidados, #2.5) Book Pdf ePub

Rosa de fuego (El cementerio de los libros olvidados, #2.5)

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Published 07 Aug 2012
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Publisher Vintage

Situado en la época de la Inquisición española en el siglo XV, Rosa de fuego cuenta la historia de los orígenes de la misteriosa biblioteca, el cementerio de los libros olvidados, que se encuentra en el corazón de las novelas de Carlos Ruiz Zafón La sombra del viento, El juego del ángel, y ahora, El prisionero del cielo.

"Rosa de fuego (El cementerio de los libros olvidados, #2.5)" Reviews

- Alexandria, 06, Egypt
Tue, 20 Dec 2016

So, I had to go and visit The e-Cemetery of Forgotten e-Books for this 12 pages only?
Short review to come -very limited slow Internet connection for me for days

Laura (booksnob)
- Saint Paul, MN
Thu, 19 Jul 2012

One of my favorite books of all time is The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. In it, there is the Cemetery of Forgotten Books, a labyrinthine library that winds underground. Rose of Fire is a short story that defines the origins of this labyrinth and how it came into existence.
The story begins in 1454 when a ship was sighted aground on the coast of Spain with a soul survivor tied to the helm of the ship. On the dying man's person was a journal written in a foreign tongue. This journal holds the key to the labyrinth as well as the key to immortality and a vial containing one of Jesus Christ's tears.
Zafon weaves in the legend of St. George's day, that occurs every year on April 23rd. April 23rd is often celebrated by book lovers as World Book Day and in Spain it is celebrated with a gift to your true love of roses and books. A practice we have included in my family since my daughter's patron saint is St. George.
I heartily recommend Rose of Fire as a prequel to the Shadow of the Wind trilogy. Read alone, it is 16 pages and will get you excited to enter the exhilirating world that Zafon creates. Rose of Fire is only available as an ebook but the good news is, that it is free!

Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
- Sweden
Fri, 08 Aug 2014

This short story by Carlos Ruiz Zafón tells the story about the origin of The Cemetery of Forgotten Books. It's a great story. So why only 3 stars? Because It's a bloody short story and not 300-500 pages thick book instead. It feels like reading a summary of a book.
Mental note to self: When you are writing a review on your mother's computer in the future. Save a draft for unexpected "Blue Screen of Death" incidents...

Sat, 30 Apr 2016

Rosa de fuego cuenta la historia de como surgió el cementerio de los libros abandonados. La verdad es que a pesar de ser una historia bastante corta, me ha gustado bastante. Me ha parecido muy interesante saber los orígenes de esa "biblioteca" y como siempre, Carlos Ruiz Zafón me sigue enamorando con su manera de escribir.
Estoy deseando continuar con esta historia.
Le doy 4 estrellas.

Wendy Darling
- Los Angeles, CA
Fri, 13 Jul 2012

Download the free short story for Kindle, Nook, etc. here:

- Spain
Sat, 13 Aug 2016

A pesar de ser muy corto, es bonito saber de dónde viene el Cementerio de los Libros Olvidados

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