Barcelona, late 1950s. Daniel Semperi is no longer the boy we met among the tunnels of the cemetery of the forgotten books, to discover the volume that would have changed his life. The mystery of his mother's death isabella opened a chasm in his soul, an abyss from which his wife Bea and the faithful Friend Fermín are trying to save him. Just when Daniel believes he had reached a step away from the solution of the enigma, an even more dark and mysterious plot of what could have imagined extends to him by the bowels of the regime. It is at that time that makes its appearance Alicia Gris, a soul emerged from the shadows of the war, to conduct Daniel to the heart of darkness and help him reveal the secret story of his family, even if the price to pay will be very high. Twelve years after the shadow of the wind, Carlos Ruiz Zafón returns with a monumental work to carry out the series of the cemetery of forgotten books. The Labyrinth of the Spirits is an intoxicating novel, made of passions, intrigues and adventures. Through these pages we will find ourselves again to walk for Lugubri streets wrapped in mystery, between the Royal Barcelona and its backhand, a cursed reflection of the city. And we will finally arrive to discover the grand finale of the saga, which reaches the peak of its intensity and at the same time celebrates, majestically, the world of books, the art of telling stories and the magical bond that settles between literature and the life.