The Prince of Mist

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Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, May 4, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
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It's wartime, and the Carver family decides to leave the capital where they live and move to a small coastal village where they've recently bought a home. But from the minute they cross the threshold, strange things begin to happen. In that mysterious house still lurks the spirit of Jacob, the previous owners' son, who died by drowning.

With the help of their new friend Roland, Max and Alicia Carver begin to explore the strange circumstances of that death and discover the existence of a mysterious being called the Prince of Mist--a diabolical character who has returned from the shadows to collect on a debt from the past. Soon the three friends find themselves caught up in an adventure of sunken ships and an enchanted stone garden--an adventure that will change their lives forever.

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This was good creepy stuff, I liked all but the ending. - LibraryThing
I have chills just writing that sentence! - LibraryThing
The ending was action packed. - LibraryThing
Spooky, with literary quality writing! - LibraryThing
The stroy is very plot-driven. - LibraryThing
I have mixed feelings about the ending. - LibraryThing

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User Review  - lilywren - LibraryThing

I start the review with a disclaimer! Please bear in mind the following points when you read my review as these no doubt have an influence on any concluding thoughts on the book which I present here ... Read full review

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User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

Caters for a younger audience (as suggested) but enjoyed it all the same. Writing style a little 'clunky' as someone else has suggested. Quick read. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Carlos Ruiz Zafón is the author of six novels, including the international phenomenon The Shadow of the Wind. His work has been published in more than forty different languages, and honored with numerous international awards, including the Edebé Award, Spain's most prestigious prize for young adult fiction. He divides his time between Barcelona, Spain, and Los Angeles, California.

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