Sogið

Sogið

Lýst er eftir átta ára stúlku sem hverfur úr skólanum einn haustdag. Undarlegur spádómur unglings kemur upp úr hylki sem innsiglað var fyrir tíu árum, í kjölfarið taka voveiflegir atburðir að gerast í Reykjavík. Og lögreglan er ráðalaus.

Hér stíga fram á sviðið sömu aðalpersónur og í síðustu bók Yrsu Sigurðardóttur, DNA, bestu íslensku glæpasögunni árið 2014.

Sogið er ellefta glæpasaga Yrsu en Þriðja táknið kom út fyrir nákvæmlega tíu árum. Á þessum tíma hefur hún í tvígang fengið Blóðdropann fyrir bestu íslensku glæpasöguna og í fyrra átti hún bestu norrænu glæpasöguna í Bretlandi.

Title:Sogið
Edition Language:Icelandic
ISBN:9789935475183
Format Type:

    Sogið Reviews

  • Holly  B

    This was my first novel by this author. It is book two in the series, but worked as a stand-alone. Although, I do feel like I missed out on some of the backstory in book one. Detective Huldar and a ch...

  • Crime by the Book

    4.5/5 stars for this outstanding Nordic crime novel! Iceland’s Queen of Crime returns in 2019 with the second installment in her superb Children’s House series: THE RECKONING. Picking up where her...

  • Laurie Anderson

    Read the English translation of this, called The Reckoning, translated by Victoria Cribb. (Couldn’t find a Goodreads entry for the English version.)Incredibly satisfying tale of vengeance and myster...

  • Christine

    I discovered the Icelandic author Yrsa Sigurdardottir, last year. I read the first story in the Children's House series, The Legacy this week. I was very impressed. I simply had to get my hands on The...

  • Maja Ingrid

    Okay so now I got to wait until third book gets translated to Swedish and gets available on any of my audiobook apps...

  • Dimitris Passas (TapTheLine)

    This book was a big disappointment for me, being a devoted fan of Yrsa Sigurdardottir's novels and Icelandic crime fiction in general. While the first book in this new series (Freya and Huldar), title...

  • Rheama Heather

    In reality, Iceland has virtually no violent crime. It’s worth some quick research to discover why. But this is a work of fiction, and the detectives in Reykjavik are busy.One afternoon, Vaka’s fa...

  • Charlene Intriago

    I find I am really liking this series. Well translated with a complicated plot. It begins in 2004 when eight year old Vaka goes missing while waiting for her dad to pick her up after school. It turns ...

  • Isabel ? The Crime Bookshelf

    3.5 STARS. ⁣I finally finished book two in the Children’s House series and while I didn’t enjoy it as much as the first book, I can definitely say that this is a solid series so far and I can’...

  • Kelly

    4.5 *s rounded up!Yrsa Sigurdardóttir is one of my favorite Nordic Noir authors. The Reckoning is book 2 in the Children’s House series featuring Detective Huldar and child psychologist Freyja. A n...