Review: The Night Circus

The Night Circus
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Enchanting. Exquisite. A fairy tale in a circus, one of the best books I’ve read.

I’m in awe that it broke me in a repairing way. The wind blows but the roots kept a tight hold of me. It was entirely magical, an adventure to pursue.

Witty and creative, The Night Circus revolves in the story of two innocent players, Celia and Marco, clearly unaware of the type of game they were playing, enlightened only by bits and pieces of their supposed roles on a challenge that was set before they even had a chance to protest.

Dazzling and extravagant. Heart-melting and tear-jerking, delve into the mysterious night circus together with its patrons and exhibitionists and discover the birth of its existence. Prepare to be hypnotized and grab a tight hold of your scarves, lest they be found in the hands of Celia, or perhaps Marco, handed it to you on your way.


I have come to love the story from its first chapter until its last one. I took all the time I could in reading, ever so slowly, but it’s like driving a car with no breaks!


I loved every part of the book! Ending it was a pain like a stake through my heart but I was left with no choice! Not finishing would be worse, I believe. An all-time favourite, The Night Circus is an amazing book, one you shouldn’t let your hand slip past when gliding by the bookstore’s shelves!


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