The story was unfolded in a most intriguing manner.
The descriptions of the characters, the cold icelandic weather and the living environs that the characters performed their day to day tasks in.
Agnes was revealed as an intelligent and compassionate lady who was convicted of a crime that she was sentenced to die for, but the unraveling of the story reveal the unfortunate circumstances and a questionable application of justice.
Don't know... Haven't read the print version
Key of Light, Key of Knowledge, Key of Valor
I thoroughly enjoyed the beginning chapters which laid the foundation for the novel
Overall, the morality of good overcoming the bad..
The story in itself is potentially very interesting, however, there are too many long winded chapters that could be edited or perhaps deleted.
I haven't read any.
No, the book would benefit from editing
I don't know... I feel that the story is a bit silly and more suitable for a teen aged girl audience.
I have just seen a documentary about the writing of Burial Rites which was intriguing.
No, I haven't listened to any other performances, but the issue I have is with the story itself.
Boredom.... I really almost didn't finish listening to it.
I would recommend it as the book is a very engaging psychological thriller.
The plot was very well written and presented and definitely kept my interest from the first page.
No, I haven't listened to another performance.
The dedicated approach and strength of the heroine to what she perceived to be her abilities to help others.
The audiobook is an interesting and entertaining experience ... Although engaging, the book does not provoke deeper thoughts or lasting impression... It is, however, amongst the most entertaining books I have listened to so far.
The Book isn't as good as The Lady of Hay but is similarly structured.
I didn't really have a favourite, but I found Gina conveyed a variety of characters very effectively.
No, it just was good entertainment.
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