The Labyrinth of Spirits - Book Review

Title: The Labyrinth of Spirts

Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafron

Page count: 805

Read dates: 3/10/2020-12/12/2020

Synopsis - Daniel, grown up and a father himself, is overwhelmed with anger and a need to avenge his mother's death.

My thoughts - I love The Cemetery of Forgotten Books series. This is the last one, and it's such a huge chunk of a book.

It was filled with exciting plot twists - a labyrinth of them, if you will - and there were times that it was a bit hard to keep up with exactly what was going on. Zafron has does his fans proud though, and he's worked very hard to wrap up this series without loose ends or plot holes.

I should have re-read the other books before diving into this one, as I found myself having to search my memory for the familiar names and locations.

It was a bit of a long-winded way to find out what actually happened to Isobella, but overall very enjoyable. I particularly enjoyed the addition of Alicia Gris, although it did give me a huge craving for white wine, which I don't normally drink!

My rating - 5/5

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