I love Jessie Buckley but this should have been narrated by a Norwegian person. The way she pronounces any names like she's stumbling over the words is incredibly distracting. Constantly switching between a British accent and forced Norwegian intonations on names breaks the flow of the story and I find it incredibly hard to listen to.
Beautifully written, Millwood Hargrave's tale of the witch trials in Norway during the 1600s is involving, moving and angering in equal measures. Buckley's narration is indicative of her body of film work, that is, excellent.
The book is relatively sombre and I felt the narrator exasperated this at times.
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