Books J.J. Circe

The works of acclaimed Dutch novelist Jacqueline Zirkzee are being translated for an Eglish-speaking audience and published under the pseudonym J.J. Circe by Tintagel Publishers. So far, only her second novel (revised en re-edited) is available, but there is more to follow.
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#Book Review of #TheBookofIsolde from #ReadersFavorite - https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/the-book-of-isolde  Reviewed by Melody Shepherd for Readers' Favorite  For hundreds of years the tragic love story of Tristan and Isolde has been told and re-told. Now J.J. Circe breathes new life into the age-old tale.  The Book of Isolde is from the viewpoint of Ogrin, a gentle monk who became a valuable friend and comforter to Isolde. Through his and Isolde’s eyes, we meet a varied cast of…

Book review of The Book of Isolde

#Book Review of #TheBookofIsolde from #ReadersFavorite - https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/the-book-of-isolde Reviewed by Melody Shepherd for Readers' Favorite For hundreds of years the tragic love story of Tristan and Isolde has been told and re-told. Now J.J. Circe breathes new life into the age-old tale. The Book of Isolde is from the viewpoint of Ogrin, a gentle monk who became a valuable friend and comforter to Isolde. Through his and Isolde’s eyes, we meet a varied cast of…

#Book Review of #TheBookofIsolde from #ReadersFavorite  Reviewed by Melody Shepherd for Readers' Favorite    For hundreds of years the tragic love story of Tristan and Isolde has been told and re-told. Now J.J. Circe breathes new life into the age-old tale.  The Book of Isolde is from the viewpoint of Ogrin, a gentle monk who became a valuable friend and comforter to Isolde. Through his and Isolde’s eyes, we meet a varied cast of characters: Isolde’s Druid-trained mother who married a Ro...

Book review of The Book of Isolde

The Book of Isolde 2014 edition

The Book of Isolde 2014 edition

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