Bok
Forfatter
Emner
Omtaler

     

    Ny kunde? Registrer deg her!

    Hvorfor registrere deg?

    • Raskere utsjekk
    • Se logg over tidligere kjøp
    • Motta gode tilbud og anbefalinger
    Registrer deg her
    Velg kundetype:

    Haugenbok.no Engelsk Engelsk - romaner og fortellinger The bell in the lake

    The bell in the lake

    The bell in the lake

    The bell in the lake

    Forfatter MacLehose Press

    (Deborah Dawkin - Oversetter)

    MacLehose Press

    Levering 2-6 dager

    229,-

    ISBN:

    9780857059383

    Forlag:

    MacLehose Press

    Trykkeår:

    Utgitt:

    2020

    Utgave:

    1

    Sider:

    400

    Vekt:

    490 gr

    Alder:

    Voksen

    The bell in the lake
    MacLehose Press
    9780857059383

    Forlagets omtale:

    Norway, 1880. Winter is hard in Butangen, a village secluded at the end of a valley. The lake has frozen, and for months the ground is too hard to bury the dead. Astrid Hekne dreams of a life beyond all this, beyond marriage, children, and working the land to the end of her days. Then Pastor Kai LES MER Schweigaard takes over the small parish, with its 700-year-old stave church carved with pagan deities. The two bells in the tower were forged by Astrid's forefather in the sixteenth century, in memory of conjoined twins Halfrid and Gunhild Hekne. They are said to hold supernatural powers. The villagers are wary of the pastor and his resolve to do away with their centuries-old traditions, though Astrid also finds herself drawn to him. And then a stranger arrives from Dresden, with grand plans for the church itself. For headstrong Astrid this may be a provocation too far. Talented architecture student Gerhard Schönauer is an improbable figure in this rugged community. Astrid has never met anyone like him; he seems so different, so sensitive. She finds that she must make a choice: for her homeland and the pastor, or for an uncertain future in Germany. Then the bells begin to ring ... LES MINDRE Forlagets omtale Norway, 1880. Winter is hard in Butangen, a village secluded at the end of a valley. The lake has frozen, and for months the ground is too hard to bury the dead. Astrid Hekne dreams of a life beyond all this, beyond marriage, children, and working the land to the end of her days. Then Pastor Kai Schweigaard takes over the small parish, with its 700-year-old stave church carved with pagan deities. The two bells in the tower were forged by Astrid's forefather in the sixteenth century, in memory of conjoined twins Halfrid and Gunhild Hekne. They are said to hold supernatural powers. The villagers are wary of the pastor and his resolve to do away with their centuries-old traditions, though Astrid also finds herself drawn to him. And then a stranger arrives from Dresden, with grand plans for the church itself. For headstrong Astrid this may be a provocation too far. Talented architecture student Gerhard Schönauer is an improbable figure in this rugged community. Astrid has never met anyone like him; he seems so different, so sensitive. She finds that she must make a choice: for her homeland and the pastor, or for an uncertain future in Germany. Then the bells begin to ring ...

    Emner: Bygder
    Alternative utgaver
    Søsterklokkene, roman Lars Mytting
    E-bok i salg / nedlastbar / les info først
    E-bok, Bokmål
    139,- NÅ 122,-
    Kjøp på Ebok.no
    Søsterklokkene, roman Lars Mytting
    På lager - sendes nå( 3 stk. )
    Innbundet, Bokmål
    399,- NÅ 349,-
    Søsterklokkene, roman Lars Mytting
    På lager - sendes nå( 1 stk. )
    Heftet, Bokmål
    199,-

    Gå ikke glipp av nyheter og gode tilbud. Meld deg på vårt nyhetsbrev og hold deg oppdatert!

    Noe gikk galt, vennligst prøv igjen senere.
    Suksess! Du er nå meldt på nyhetsbrevet
    Du er allerede mottaker av nyhetsbrevet vårt.