"Another top-notch mystery from Indridason, its lyrical melancholy matched by the depth of its characterizations. " - Kirkus.
"One of the modern masters of the police procedural. Voices is replete with wonderfully flawed characters . . . and insight that at times makes you want to weep. I cannot recommend it highly enough. - January Magazine.
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Rated of 5
This is the first book I've read by this author. It took me a little bit to sink into the rhythm as I was not familiar with the main characters and the Icelandic nomenclature. But I thoroughly enjoyed the way the author went about weaving the various threads of the story as events evolved. I particularly enjoyed the psychological aspects of the characterizations and found the overall development fascinating. I chose this book for our December Mystery Book Club Meeting and I think this book will generate a lively discussion. I definitely plan to read other books by this author.