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The Night Circus is a fantasy novel by Erin Morgenstern. It was originally written for the annual writing competition NaNoWriMo over the span of three. El circo de la noche by Erin Morgenstern, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. El circo de la noche. Written by Erin Morgenstern. El circo de la noche. Enlarge View. Category: Fiction – Literary; Fiction – Fantasy – Historical; Fiction – Thrillers – .

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The Night Circus is a sprawling book this is a nice way of saying it takes place over like a million years and is still somehow boring. The plot strings start out so loosely that you can see little to no connection to them besides the two obvious ones with Marco and Celia.

But i have moved it from a 5 star to a 4 now. This reader likes a lot of descriptions, doesn’t mind a very slow story and has a soft spot for circuses. You are no longer quite certain which side of the fence is the dream. While crying in his chest, Celia says that this character had often written letters to her.

This sounds like a warrior toddler getting out of bed and doing push-ups or the magical equivalent every day for forever with the intent of search and destroy.

No indication that they are even breathing.

The ending is still a bit more than I fully understood, but I just don’t care because it was all so beautiful I doubt anyone has read my entire review for this book, but if you have managed to read to the end of it and you are still not convinced to read this book, I STRONGLY urge you to do so.


Unauthorised returns will not be accepted. I apparently enjoyed the audiobook much more because this time around I was really into it and I remembered basically nothing from my original read, or listen rather but then I got to the middle and I completely lost steam. I don’t like magical realism. Chloe Gilliam This is the most accurate review I have read.

After Celia and Marco’s negotiations with their mentors fail, Tsukiko believes the competition is putting the circus and its members at risk.

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This is what Marco says: But although the antagonists feel villainous, nothing is black and white. Every other sentence is a i posted this review in case anyone needs a reminder that nothing is safe and death comes for all of us and life is just an endless cycle of suffering and disliking books you thought were your favorite.

The main characters developments are close to none. I thought this was for an added bonus, trying to make it seem more real, but at the end finding out what it was actually was the most fitting ending. Instead, the final product is a badly written soap opera.

To explain The Night Circus to someone would take ages. Erin Morgenstern February 21, Apr 17, Lucy rated it it was ok Shelves: They should act as though they are falling in love. It’s pretty good, too.

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It made me crave magical autumn nights spent in a circus that defies the conventional laws of dde univ If I had to describe this book in one word, that word would probably be Better than any fantasy novel.

Everything about this book was so intricately crafted and made for a masterpiece of a story. My attention was on this book all the time. The story then go back to to introduce Celia Bowen, daughter of Hector Bowen aka Prospero the Enchantera magician.


The first time, you really aren’t going to understand all of the nuances and parts of this story until, well, until it’s way too late. The right decorations, the right frosting buttercrea Wedding cakes are typically the prettiest cakes, but they are almost never the tastiest cakes.

H- groom their young proteges, Celia Bowen and Marco Alisdair, to proxy their rivalry ell the exhibits as a stage. The people around you are growing restless from waiting, a sea of shuffling feet, murmuring about abandoning the endeavor in search of someplace warmer to pass the evening.

The world that Morgenstern created is so exquisite that it should have been easy for her to spin a good story. Short, stacked, with a swirl of fluffy milk chocolate frosting.

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Then comes the light. The additional flavors are nice enough. Her dark hair is piled in waves upon her head, adorned with sprays of white feathers. Morgenstern’s problem is that the plot and character development takes places mostly through dialogue and not action.

Celia learns from Rrin that the game must continue until one of the participants is unable to go on, which usually means their death. I don’t give two craps about the endless tedium tents of the circus, so those parts were boring as hell for me.