More than a century later, Meredith Martin, an American graduate student, arrives in Rennes-le- Bains while researching the life of Claude Debussy. Discovering she couldn’t get Internet access, she reached over and dialed reception. Wouldn’t you know it, but her roots lead her directly to a old mansion, now converted into the hotel she stays at, the Domaine de la Cade. View all 11 comments. Those who cannot rest because they have done wrong, who must seek forgiveness or atonement.

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Also, Kate Moss uses a lot of random french phrases throughout the book without any character, or for that matter the writer, alluding to what it means.

o sepulcro kate mosse

If you wish to see more of my most recent book and movie reviews, visit http: Especially when I’m listening to it in audio format and I can’t just skim over the French words. Cassidy explores the physical, anthropological, political, and religious factors that have and will continue to influence how women bring new life into the world.

Carti kate mosse

Her search for her birth family and her romance were interesting. A very well constructed series, this book is a ‘can’t put down’ page turner, enjoyed every page. A- ” Entertainment Weekly” Wonderful. October ; Meredith Martin decides to take a break from her research trip to Paris, where she is sepullcro October However, the author seems very unsure of herself when she comes to describing the main character, as if she is afraid of getting to know her.


o sepulcro kate mosse

View all 11 comments. And neither is his bizarre obsession with a woman he dated for 5 minutes years ago. Add in some ghosts, a little fantasy, mystery and suspense over the year gap between the two time periods, and you’ve got a good story.

o sepulcro kate mosse

May 13, Ricky rated it it was ok Shelves: Sepulchre wraps its ghostly tendrils around you. In the Yellow Room.

The major problem with this work was that, Mosse clearly had a nice interesting vision or premise in her mind. Oh, This book looked promising.

Sepulchre (Languedoc, #2) by Kate Mosse

If anyone else can tell me that the very end does anything more than confirm her attitude as right, please let me know. Penguin Audiobooks Anul aparitiei: Plume Books Anul aparitiei: Meredith and her story are quite engaging. Leonie was not murdered, so why did she need ‘Justice’? Although it’s unlike anything I’ve ever read, I wouldn’t say it’s everyone’s cup of tea.

The Eater of Souls. It requires patience, and even I found some parts to be dragging.

Dec 06, Kim Annabella rated it did not like it. France is gloriously and passionately evoked, and the characters of the story are rounded and intreguing. Goodreads sepulcor you keep track of books you want to read.


The connection between the first two books is surprising, so I am curious how the third one fits in. I would much rather read a story whose purpose is to entertain me, not to enlighten or impress me. Carti kate mosse Stoc anticariat ce trebuie reconfirmat. Can they figure out the clues to the puzzles before they run out of time? The information itself was pretty rudimentary, nothing deep or fascinating.

Carti kate mosse

Sepulchre follows on from Labyrinth in similar style, flipping back and forth through time between moase Meredith Martin attempting to research her family history in southern France and the late nineteenth century Leonie Vernier in the same place.

Sepulchre is quite entertaining and I actually enjoyed it a lot more than Mosse’s first book, Labyrinth. Sadly, Sepulchre did none of these things. Jul 26, Samidha Kalia rated it liked it Shelves: