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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It’s all supposed to be real magic done with a wink and a nod so people won’t realize it’s real magic.
If Moregenstern wanted to, The Night Circus could even have been a coming of age story with a thoughtful message about growing up and the choices we make. Jun 14, jessica rated it it was amazing Shelves: The universe does all the work and these two “main characters” just get moved around like chess pieces.
The Night Circus, by Erin Morgenstern. Only chess pieces have a purpose, unlike Marco and Celia. And for those of you that know me and have seen some of my other reviews, you guys know that that doesn’t happen much at all.
If you look for slow, winding beauty, the walk in the sun-filled garden and the sparkle of sunlight off ice-covered trees, this might be your book. Lips frozen in the moment before or after the kiss. But good lord, just re-read that paragraph. Erni is simply there, when yesterday it was not.
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The Night Circus
Such a book hangover inducing book though. Just morgensgern the title I knew it wasn’t for me, but so many people spoke highly of the book, so I read some reviews It is immersive, atmospheric and just… pure enchanting.
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But after reading this I want to go to one. Could it have possibly been more lame? The towering tents are striped in white and black, no golds and crimsons to be seen.
Like Great Expectations, you’re never really going to understand the plot and all of the strings fully until you read it through twice, when you can really fully comprehend every little detail that Morgenstern wrote into this story. The book was full of dreamy prose and a hazy feel, which I loved, but I guess it’s not for everyone. Book Challenge book This was in the top five reading experiences of my life, and will most likely remain there for the rest of it.
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
The face lightens and the clouds return. Morgenstern manages to create this amazing setting in your head with this vivid imagery and description. We want to indulge ourselves in the familiar, yet at the same time we want to surrender to the new. You yourself are debating departing when it happens.
There were moments where I really appreciated the time and care put into lengthy descriptions but other times I was begging to move forward. Celia takes her position on the game board as the illusionist who makes true transformations, adding tents and maintaining wondrous aspects from the inside. Instead, the final product is a badly written soap opera. I’m generally a fast reader so I get frustrated with slow paced books. I don’t like circuses, and especially don’t like magical, whimsical circuses of dreams imagine me saying that with as much disgusted sarcasm as possible.
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No harm, no foul! This book is impeccably written. Celia and Marco preserve omrgenstern circus by magically rebinding Poppet, Widget, and their new friend, a keen circusgoer called Bailey, back to the circus, relighting the fire and bringing back the spirit of the circus. The tents are still, save for when they ripple ever so slightly in the wind. The main characters, Marco and C This book had so much potential.
The theme of the book which can only be aptly described as Black, White, Grey and Red fills your head, and leaves room for nothing more, as the story unravels in the most fascinating manner. I remember distinctly the first couple times I’ve read the book and skimmed through so many chapters because I was just so eager to get the ball rolling.