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[ Read Online The Night Circus ✓ kazakhstan PDF ] by Erin Morgenstern Å shrug yeah, i had a good time reading this book i got really swept away in its atmosphere, and it didn t disappoint me because i didn t go into it thinking it was going to be a masterwork of literature, explaining the human condition and changing the way i saw myself and my relationships in the future it presented itself as a fantasy novel about a magical victorian circus and that s exactly what it gave me i think it is most successful in terms of its mood and its atmosphere this is not a novel where character development is a priority.
it is, and remains, le cirque des r ves dreams don t need to explain themselves, to me, they just have to be interesting i think the novel early on absorbed some of the dream logic from its subject, and as time passed and situations occurred without any sense of explanation, i was just the reader getting carried along with the tex The prose sparkles, and the story itself is a feat of magical acrobatics It s a hard book to summarize, but basically two ancient magicians set their two best pupils against one another in a magical contest Its venue A mysterious circus that only appears at night The only problem the contestants don t really know the rules, or how victory is determined And when the contestants start falling in love which each other, things get complicated.
The Circus Arrives Without Warning No Announcements Precede It It Is Simply There, When Yesterday It Was Not Within The Black And White Striped Canvas Tents Is An Utterly Unique Experience Full Of Breathtaking Amazements It Is Called Le Cirque Des R Ves, And It Is Only Open At Night But Behind The Scenes, A Fierce Competition Is Underway A Duel Between Two Young Magicians, Celia And Marco, Who Have Been Trained Since Childhood Expressly For This Purpose By Their Mercurial Instructors Unbeknownst To Them, This Is A Game In Which Only One Can Be Left Standing, And The Circus Is But The Stage For A Remarkable Battle Of Imagination And Will Despite Themselves, However, Celia And Marco Tumble Headfirst Into Love A Deep, Magical Love That Makes The Lights Flicker And The Room Grow Warm Whenever They So Much As Brush Hands True Love Or Not, The Game Must Play Out, And The Fates Of Everyone Involved, From The Cast Of Extraordinary Circus Performers To The Patrons, Hang In The Balance, Suspended As Precariously As The Daring Acrobats Overhead Written In Rich, Seductive Prose, This Spell Casting Novel Is A Feast For The Senses And The Heart The Night Circus will be a 5 star book for a certain reader This reader likes a lot of descriptions, doesn t mind a very slow story and has a soft spot for circuses I am not that reader I prefer imagery to complement a plot rather than substitute it.
The plot summary of The Night Circus promised many enticing things, but delivered, in my opinion, only on one lush imagery of a mysterious circus that was a collaborative creation of two rivaling magicians The book was good 80% description of various circus tents, performances, dinners and pretty, visual acts of magic I did enjoy it for the first 40 pages or so, but it got old very, very quickly It got tiresome, it felt indulgent.
The remaining 20% were dedicated to a battle between the two magicians that consisted of making up pretty things to impress each other yes, you read th Aw hell, I m going to rate this 4.
5 stars I can t resist this book was so freaking good I don t normally change my ratings, so don t expect this TOO often My feelings are so conflicted about this book I don t know whether to immortalize it for all eternity in a frame on my wall, or throw it into the fire So, how the hell am I supposed to rate this book A million stars, one star, 837 stars, what In the end I did some crazy, overly complicated math that really makes so sense in my head, and came out with four which I raised to 4.
5 because I m such a weakling stars For the longest time during the book, over two hundred and fifty pages, I thought that I disliked this book for some very specific reasons, but this is where the confusing part comes in so hang with me for a second once you get to the end, you realize that you onlythoughtyou hated th I have quite honestly never had the pleasure of reading a beautiful book I want to go back to the beginning and read it all over again I just.
I have no words.
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5MM Sounds like a wizard idea, doesn t it Simply corking Who better to guide a beautiful book onto the oh so welcoming moviegoing audience s radar Rating 6 of fiveSometimes, some books just don t lend themselves to an analytical, opinionated review I m reluctant to do that kind of review here and now because the experience of reading The Night Circus was like smelling a magnolia blossomperfect, sweet, rich, satisfying a need I didn t know I had until it was metbut to examine it, to handle it, even gently, risks that somehow the magical smooth gorgeously textured vessel of chastely erotic pleasure that this book is will let it begin, inexorably and inevitably, to brown and curl and die If I could trade places with anyone in the world, it d be with someone experiencing this book for the first time.
I feel like my life is just a series of intense obsessions because I m pretty sure this book has just become one of my defining personality traits I ve stayed up reading it until the early hours of the misty morning, rugged up so tight in the story even my soul felt warm I wish I could inject this story into my blood stream My heart is literally swelling with so much love I don t even know what to do with all of itYou may tell a tale that takes up residence in someone s soul, becomes their blood and self and purpose That tale will move them and drive them and who knows that they might do because of it, because of your words That is your role, your giftThere is some kind of magic feeling about this book th
Ordinarily when I do my recommendations, I do a five reasons to read , but I think opinions will be so divided on The Night Circus that I think things about will be useful.
1 This novel is not what it says it is Well, back page copy is always a weird thing anyway, as it s not written by the author And a weirder thing because it is essentially a glamour shot of the novel It is not a lie But it isn t really what the novel looks like when it s wandering around in its bathrobe getting coffee and trying to figure out if that smell is coming from the kitchen sink disposal or under the table The resemblance is always a bit sketchy The Night Circus resemblance to its cover copy is sketchier than most.
2 This novel is about a thing It has people in it, too, but it is mostly about a thing, th