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The Sin Eaters By Andrew Beahrs,

  • Title: The Sin Eaters
  • Author: Andrew Beahrs
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • SynopsisAn old woman escaping a murderer A girl, gambled away to a clockmaker A man paid to take the sins of the dead upon himself All criminals All fleeing All together.Publishers WeeklyThrough multiple perspectives, Beahrs Strange Saint vividly depicts Jacobean England in his second historical After a brief prologue set in the Virginia colony in 1621, the first nSynopsisAn old woman escaping a murderer A girl, gambled away to a clockmaker A man paid to take the sins of the dead upon himself All criminals All fleeing All together.Publishers WeeklyThrough multiple perspectives, Beahrs Strange Saint vividly depicts Jacobean England in his second historical After a brief prologue set in the Virginia colony in 1621, the first narrator, Sarah, flashes back to the events that caused her to flee the Old World When vagabonds descend on Sarah s village, Sarah clashes with their leader, the cruel Sam Ridley, who had abused a sin eater, a man down on his luck or short of wits, paid to symbolically assume the transgressions of the community s most recent dead Her retribution sets Ridley on her trail Mary, a refugee from an unhappy marriage, soon joins Sarah and Bill, another sin eater that Ridley has targeted, on their travels While the ultimate showdown with Ridley and its resolution will surprise few readers, the author convincingly presents the main characters inner lives in a manner that calls to mind Iain Pears s classic An Instance of the Fingerposts.
    The Sin Eaters SynopsisAn old woman escaping a murderer A girl gambled away to a clockmaker A man paid to take the sins of the dead upon himself All criminals All fleeing All together Publishers WeeklyThrough multi

    One thought on “The Sin Eaters”

    1. Interesting book Middle aged woman hounded out of her village in 17th century England, takes to the road with a mentally ill young man the sin eater of the title It is the second book in a series and I did not read the first one, but this stands alone just fine Well written fascinating, great character development.

    2. i would put this book in lit fiction i had a hard time following it at first, but once i caught on i was hooked set in jacobean england, three unlikely companions bond well two of them bond as they are trying to escape their pasts it reminded me of a witch hunt.

    3. interesting I m weirded out by modern day authors who want to act like they re Jacobean s I imagine they spend a lot of time at Renaissance festivals.

    4. The book keep me pretty entertained, but the most memorable thing I took from this book is that dead babies turn into bat.

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