Book: The Prisoner Of Heaven
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafron
This is my 39th book of the year
This is the 3rd book in the 4 book series "The Cemetery of the Forgotten"
Daniel returns in this book - our hero from Shadow of the Wind - as a grown man who is married with a baby. He is running the bookshop with his dad and a family friend named Fermin. A stranger visits the bookshop one day, buys the most expensive book in the shop and tells Daniel to give it to Fermin along with a mysterious note. This leads Fermin to tell Daniel about his past and how it intertwines with Daniel's mother, Isabella, and David Martin - whose story was the last book. This books starts to weave all these lives together and leaves Daniel wondering who he really is.
This was a good book. Well written, as I expect from Zafon. I liked it much better than the last book. I was very invested in the story of Fermin and how it intertwined with DAniel's story from Shadow of the Wind and David Martin's story from The Angel Game. I am anxious to read the 4th book to see if it ties up nicely in the end.
Stars: 4 1/2