por Carlos Ruiz Zafón


por Carlos Ruiz Zafón

Looking for a good way to improve your Spanish fluency?.. From the internationally acclaimed author of Sombras del viento, comes is entertaining tale set in the early 1980s in Barcelona. Join us in this reading of this  Spanish author’s tale of mystery, suspense & romance – as a young man recounts a tale of discovery that began in la plaza de Sarriá of Barcelona.

In 7 class meetings we will practice our Spanish through the discussion of the week’s reading, as well as discussing the author’s description of modern day Spain.

Books available through Copperfields Petaluma (707-762-0563 – mention Colors of Spanish and receive 20% discount) or online. See the schedule on the Club del libro Calender. Enrollment can be completed through our Enroll Now! form. Follow up instructions on language requirements and submitting payment will be provided in a follow-up email.

Synopsis for Marina

In Barcelona in 1980, Oscar Drai is living a waking dream, amazed by the modernist palaces close to the boarding school where he studies. On one of his outings he meets Marina, a bold girl who accompanies Oscar on the adventure of investigating a painful mystery from the city’s past. A mysterious character from the post-war period sets himself the greatest challenge imaginable, but his ambition took him down sinister paths whose consequences he still paying for today.

Carlos Ruiz Zafón is a critically acclaimed Spanish novelist, originally from Barcelona. He is considered the most successful contemporary Spanish author, having had his books published in 45 countries and translated into 40 languages. – wikipedia

To learn more visit his website or Facebook page.