|Title:||The Blood Confession|
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|ePUB size:||1910 kb|
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|Category:||Science Fiction and Fantasy|
|Publisher:||Dutton Juvenile; 1st Edition edition (August 17, 2006)|
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The Blood Confession book. In this brilliant fiction debut, Libby resurrects the real-life Erzebet Bathory, a 17th-century countess who believed that bathing in human blood would preserve her looks forever. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Indigo Alibris Better World Books IndieBound.
She bathes her face in the blood, creates makeup with it and slashes girls to death so she can sit underneath their strung-up dripping corpses. She finds no repentance, only madness: Peasants are the disposable living meat of this country, and she herself is God, creating heaven and hell in her castle.
In this gothic novel, author Alisa M. Libby has woven strands of the real-life Countess Bathory’s story into a spellbinding work that combines horror, romance, and history into one powerful story. I did not like this novel. It didn’t seem to be written very well. What drew me to the book was mostly the design. The bottom of the pages and a design of blood that increases the further you get in, which I found to actually be disappointing since I heard so much about that. Then the title draws you in. When you actually read this, you will find that the story is weird.
The Blood Confession Book Trailer. Erzebet is young, beautiful, rich, and imprisoned in her castle, waiting to be sentenced for murder. In a brilliant fiction debut, Alisa M. Libby resurrects the real-life Erzebet Bathory, a seventeenth-century countess who believed that bathing in human blood would preserve her looks forever. The Blood Confession by Alisa Libby. If you like, you can change the digest interval below.
He assures her that there are ways to determine her own destiny, pulling her into a dark world of blood rituals and promising eternal youth in return. Rate it . You Rated it .
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Alisa M. Libby knows this. In her striking first novel, the Gothic YA tale The Blood Confession, she uses a fictionalized version of the Bloody Countess to tell a story which will resonate with any young girl not yet brainwashed by Jessica Simpson perfume ads. Erzebet Bizecka, a young Hungarian Countess, lives in relative isolation in her family castle circa 1580. The sight of her slim waist turning in the firelight made me wince, for a moment, my hands flying to my own waist for reassurance. These distinctly feminine musings, as common now as they were then, give us glimmerings of Erzebet's madness early on, yet Libby maintains a deliberately slow, at times infuriating, pace, fleshing out the relationship between Erzebet and Marianna, a peasant girl whom Erzebet befriends. The relationship between the two girls is the centerpiece of the novel.