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Ignorar esta lista. Denunciar como inadequado. I loved the book. It was well told and wonderfully written. It tells the story of the last year of her life, living on a farm while she awaits her execution. The attention to detail was wonderful.

It tells of the history, the landscape and how people survived day to day in such a harsh land and time. I hope Hannah Kent has another novel for us soon. I am amazed that this book was a debut for such a young Author!

Surprising too is the fact that it was not written by an Author born in Iceland! I absolutely loved this book and I am not easily hooked. It was interesting, informative, entertaining, sad. I have never read a book twice but will definitely read this again!! Loved this book The story of her tragedy and the hardship of those responsible for her imprisonment is both touching and heartbreaking.

I wasn't sure about reading this book given the subject, but quickly got into the story - based on a true event. Horrified to have a convicted murderess in their midst, the family avoids speaking with Agnes. Only Toti, the young assistant reverend appointed as Agnes' spiritual guardian, is compelled to try to understand her, as he attempts to salvage her soul.

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As the summer months fall away to winter and the hardships of rural life force the household to work side by side, Agnes' ill-fated tale of longing and betrayal begins to emerge. And as the days to her execution draw closer, the question burns: did she or didn't she? Based on a true story, Burial Rites is a deeply moving novel about personal freedom: who we are seen to be versus who we believe ourselves to be, and the ways in which we will risk everything for love.

In beautiful, cut-glass prose, Hannah Kent portrays Iceland's formidable landscape, where every day is a battle for survival, and asks, how can one woman hope to endure when her life depends upon the stories told by others? Read Caroline Baum's Review: This book stinks, in a good way.

Of fish and blood and guts and unwashed bodies and earth and death. In fact, it reeks of those things and more. This austere love letter to Iceland takes a true story of murder as its foundation.

Based on records from the trial of the two women and one man convicted of killing and burning two men on a remote farm this is richly and darkly imagined in prose thick with atmospherics. Kent is a precocious talent who understands how to animate research and transform it into compelling narrative. She shows mature prowess in creating the life of her central character, Agnes, one of the accused, a fierce woman with pale blue eyes who spends the last few weeks of her life re-examining the circumstances that brought her to her fate.Horrified to have a convicted murderer in their midst, the family avoid contact with Agnes.

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