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Carlos Ruiz Zafun, The Prisoner of Heaven BACK in 2004, the English translation of The Shadow of the Wind was released.
His novels include the best-selling literary thriller The Shadow of the Wind ([GOOD] July/Aug 2004) and its prequel, The Angel's Game ([GOOD] Sept/Oct 2009).
We had great days out with horses like Creux Noir, trained on the Curragh by Dermot Weld; Shadow Of The Wind, a horse we had with Henry de Bromhead; and Madam Leader, trained by Willie Mullins.
Elaine's Top Five books 1: Emma by Jane Austen 2: Mansfield Park by Jane Austen 3: Dr Thorne by Anthony Trollope 4: Woman in White by Wilkie Collins 5: Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Zafon Top Five asked for books in her book shop 1: The Crowthers of Bankdam by Thomas Armstrong 2: Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte 3: The History of Kirkburton and Graveship of Holme by H J Morehouse 4: Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier 5: The David Brown Tractor Story by Stuart Gibbard CAPTION(S): TURNING A NEW LEAF: Elaine Beardsell of Toll House Bookshop, Holmfirth, is to retire (AC120809Etoll-15)
The five-year wait for the follow-up to The Shadow Of The Wind has been worth it.
The five-year wait for the follow-up to The Shadow Of The Wind by Zafon has been worth it.
Otay Kawn's earlier win had provided favourite-backers with some respite after the demise of both odds-on favourite Bannow Rose and market rival Shadow Of The Wind, both eclipsed behind Terence O'Brien's 20/1 shot Ballysassian in the opening division.
The novelist Carlos Ruiz Zafón's dark, ingenious literary thriller, the Shadow of the Wind, was a global blockbuster.