Zafon - Bibliography - Novels

Novels

  • La sombra del viento, 2001 (The Shadow of the Wind)
  • El juego del angel, 2008 (The Angel's Game)
  • El prisionero del cielo, 2011 (The Prisoner of Heaven)

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