Three young ladies meet in San Francisco in the 1930s as they audition for the glamorous life of dancers at a new night club. They search for fame, love, and friendship while confronting racism, and when WWII breaks out, rising anti-Japanese sentiment throws a wrench in their plans! Read it, love it.
This is book two of Carlos Zafon's three-book series. Obviously I'm confused because I read these all out of order but Zafon's book still managed to draw me in and terrify me. It's 1920-30s Barcelona: Is Lucifer sponsoring Martin's book? Or is he just some creep-o? Martin, stop walking into dark rooms where you can't see anything!!!!
The Prisoner of Heaven is book three of his three-book series. It takes place in the 1950s and tells the story of how David Martin came to help Fermin escape from a high-security prison and how he came to work in a book shop.
This is the first book in the three book series, The Cemetery of Forgotten Books. David Sempere embarks on a haunting adventure to elucidate the life and death of his favorite author, Julian Carax. If you like complicated dramas filled with unrequited love, this is the book for you!