Il Circo della Notte
Publish date: 2012
Pages no: 460
Edition language: Italian
This is wistful and imaginative and quite beautiful, although I don't know that its beauty hits me the way it does other reviewers, especially as I didn't connect with the characters. Still, it's quite romantic and magical in a way that is still grounded very much in the historical 19th century.
I don’t want to expend much effort on The Night Circus, because I know that with thousands of reviews, dozens of which have hundreds of likes, my lukewarm thoughts will be buried in no time. So I’ll keep it relatively brief.What I liked? The color, or lack thereof. The setting and scenery of this n...
This book was a big ball of confusion for me. I'm not really sure that I was ever certain what was going on. For a good bit I thought two separate characters were one character pretending to be two different people. It was kind of a mess in that respect, for me at least. That being said, while ...
I just loved this book, it was delightful. It had me enraptured right from the beginning. Even when things aren't happening, connections are being weaved, everything is interconnected. Even though many of the characters could perform feats of wondrous magic, many of them longed for the magic of the ...
Some books are a fantastical conjuring of a world. Of course the circus is a metaphor for the book. This book.