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Prematurely deceased in 2020, Zafón left an unique mark in the Spanish literary landscape with his signature writing style, based on snarky narrators, dreamlike stories, highly evocative visuals ​and tons of historic memory of his beloved Barcelona. He named as main inspirations 19th century classics, crime novels and noir fiction.

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Prematurely deceased in 2020, Zafón left an unique mark in the Spanish literary landscape with his signature writing style, based on [[FirstPersonSmartass snarky narrators, narrators]], [[AmbiguousSituation dreamlike stories, stories]], [[SceneryPorn highly evocative visuals ​and visuals]], and tons of historic [[CreatorProvincialism historical memory of his beloved Barcelona. Barcelona.]] He named as main inspirations 19th century classics, crime novels and noir fiction.


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Although not very prolific in comparison with most authors of his level, Zafón has gone to history as the most widely published contemporary Spanish writer, with fans hailing from 45 countries and speaking 40 languages. A bona fide reader and writer, who was just 14 years old when he first tried to publish a 500-page novel that disturbed editors, Zafón built some fame in TheNineties with his young adult work ''Trilogy of Mist'' before making the jump to fame with the 2001 novel ''Literature/TheShadowOfTheWind'', after which he prolongued he story in a loosely-connected tetralogy named ''The Cemetery of Forgotten Books'', which remains as his last and main work.

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Although not very prolific in comparison with most authors of his level, having published only eight books before his death, Zafón has gone to went down in history as the most widely published contemporary Spanish writer, with fans hailing from 45 countries and speaking 40 languages. A bona fide reader and writer, who was just 14 years old when he first tried to publish a 500-page novel that disturbed editors, Zafón built some fame in TheNineties with his young adult work ''Trilogy of Mist'' before making the jump to fame with the 2001 novel ''Literature/TheShadowOfTheWind'', after which he prolongued he story in a loosely-connected tetralogy named ''The Cemetery of Forgotten Books'', which remains as his last and main work.



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Carlos Ruiz Zafón (September 25, 1964 June 19, 2020) was a Spanish novelist.

Although not very prolific in comparison with most authors of his level, Zafón has gone to history as the most widely published contemporary Spanish writer, with fans hailing from 45 countries and speaking 40 languages. A bona fide reader and writer, who was just 14 years old when he first tried to publish a 500-page novel that disturbed editors, Zafón built some fame in TheNineties with his young adult work ''Trilogy of Mist'' before making the jump to fame with the 2001 novel ''Literature/TheShadowOfTheWind'', after which he prolongued he story in a loosely-connected tetralogy named ''The Cemetery of Forgotten Books'', which remains as his last and main work.

Prematurely deceased in 2020, Zafón left an unique mark in the Spanish literary landscape with his signature writing style, based on snarky narrators, dreamlike stories, highly evocative visuals ​and tons of historic memory of his beloved Barcelona. He named as main inspirations 19th century classics, crime novels and noir fiction.

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* ''Literature/{{Marina}}'' (1999)
* ''The Cemetery of Forgotten Books''
** ''Literature/TheShadowOfTheWind'' (2001)
** ''Literature/TheAngelsGame'' (2008)
** ''Literature/ThePrisonerOfHeaven'' (2011)
** ''Literature/TheLabyrinthOfSpirits'' (2017)

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