Publish date: 2014-03-04
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
There’s something beautiful about the death row inmate who imagines golden horses running through the prison beneath him and magical birds looming just outside. The main character in Rene Denfeld’s The Enchanted is a murderer… but also a poet. As he waits out his final days of life in a jail cell, t...
This is a difficult book to review. I can barely explain what it’s about let alone tell you why I love it. The Enchanted is narrated by an omniscient death-row inmate. He’s an unusual guy. He believes that golden horses live under the prison, men live inside the walls, and creatures come out to st...
Summary The entire theme is that even monsters have a story. This one is set within a prison and told by a inmate on death row. We also see stories from York, a prisoner with his execution date nearing, and the lady (an investigator) who falls in love with the priest. There is no other way to desc...
I was, at the same time, looking forward to this one and dreading reading it. So I had mixed feelings when it was sorted on my list right at the beginning. (I used a random picker to put the books in order.)I was looking forward to it because Rene herself is such an interesting, captivating characte...
Beautiful and utterly brutal. Lots of crying was involved.
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