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Sin Eater The Handmaid S Talemeets Alice In Wonderland In This Gripping And Imaginative Historical Novel About A Shunned Orphan Girl In Th Century England Who Is Ensnared In A Deadly Royal Plot And Must Turn Her Subjugation Into Her Power The Sin Eater Walks Among Us, Unseen, Unheard Sins Of Our Flesh Become Sins Of Hers Following Her To The Grave, Unseen, Unheard The Sin Eater Walks Among Us For The Crime Of Stealing Bread, Fourteen Year Old May Receives A Life Sentence She Must Become A Sin Eater A Shunned Woman, Brutally Marked, Whose Fate Is To Hear The Final Confessions Of The Dying, Eat Ritual Foods Symbolizing Their Sins As A Funeral Rite, And Thereby Shoulder Their Transgressions To Grant Their Souls Access To Heaven Orphaned And Friendless, Apprenticed To An Older Sin Eater Who Cannot Speak To Her, May Must Make Her Way In A Dangerous And Cruel World She Barely Understands When A Deer Heart Appears On The Coffin Of A Royal Governess Who Did Not Confess To The Dreadful Sin It Represents, The Older Sin Eater Refuses To Eat It She Is Taken To Prison, Tortured, And Killed To Avenge Her Death, May Must Find Out Who Placed The Deer Heart On The Coffin And Why


About the Author: Megan Campisi

Megan Campisi is a playwright, novelist and teacher Her plays have performed in China, France and the United States She has been a forest ranger, sous chef in Paris and a physical theater specialist around the world Originally from California, she attended Yale University and the L cole International de Th tre Jacques Lecoq She lives in Brooklyn, NY with her family.



10 thoughts on “Sin Eater

  1. says:

    WHAT A PREMISE Sin Eater is an original historical novel about women who are to bear society s burdens by being relegated to sin eaters Sin eaters are women who hear confessions of the dying and eat food that symbolically stands for their sins By doing so, they lift the burden of the dying and are destined to serve as the companion to the ultimate sinner, Eve, in hell.14 year old May, an orphan, is punished for stealin


  2. says:

    Nope It s not fair to compare this book with the other novels and talking about the resemblances with Handmaid s Tale, Wolf s Creek or any other epic stories Sin Eater is dark, unique, original, well crafted, visionary, horrifying, twisty, surprising tale, a very well written, somehow quirky, absurd, complex fantasy For its uniqueness and eerie, creepy, dark, intense atmosphere and impeccable development, I m giving my four sol


  3. says:

    Instagram Twitter Facebook PinterestSIN EATER is another one of those books that suffers from poor comparisons Alice in Wonderland meets the Handmaid s Tale The Name of the Rose meets Wolf Hall I am seriously side eying all of the authors of those blurbs right now because comparisons like that 1 fail to adequately describe what the book is about, 2 do it an injustice by shaping the book as something it is not, and


  4. says:

    Sins of our flesh become sins of hers through the Eating, praise be After committing a crime, 14 year old May is condemned to be a sin eater She begins to follow the elder sin eater to learn her new job While learning, a deer heart is placed at someone s Eating although the dead didn t confess to the sin that matches that food May decides to discover the truth of the murder mystery, but she finds secrets, witchcraft, and


  5. says:

    3.5 Stars The Sin Eater walks among us, unseen, unheardSins of our flesh become sins of HersFollowing Her to the grave, unseen, unheardThe Sin Eater Walks Among Us A strong round of applause for Megan Campisi for creating a unique and original book set in sixteenth century England Recently orphaned, fourteen year old May has been jailed and convicted for stealing bread Her sentence to be a Sin Eater A what you ask A sin eater


  6. says:

    3.5 rounded up to 4 stars The sin eater walks among us I studied history and taught it, so how did I not know about sin eaters It s the reign of Queen Elizabeth I Bethany in the book and May Owens is caught stealing bread Her punishment is to be branded a sin eater and a collar placed around her neck May is now marked and shunned by society She will be summoned by a family who has a dying relative She has to eat a ritual meal after hea


  7. says:

    This alternative historical fiction novel centered on a sin eater in a version of Elizabethan England was dark, lyrical, and unforgettable Concept Pacing Sense of place Sin Eater comes out on April 7, 2020.May Owens is caught stealing a piece of bread in the streets of an alternative version of London It s the time of the Virgin Queen Taken to be sentenced, May is shocked to receive a one of a kind punishment she s been declared a


  8. says:

    A reinvented alternate Sixteenth Century English Court had sentenced fourteen year old May Owens to life as an outcast For the crime of stealing bread, May was given a life sentence A Sin Eatera social pariahbrutally marked with an S etched on her tonguea shunned woman forced to wear a heavy brass collar with a hanging S pendantcannot be touched or spoken tocannot speak except during recitations or eatings.What is a Sin Eater Her fate is t


  9. says:

    My thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley for a free ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.As I read this dark tale, it brought to mind a Twilight Zone type TV episode I had watched in my youth about sin eaters i.e, people who ate the sins of the deceased so that the dearly departed could pass on to heaven.The idea that you can buy yourself out of Hell or the Final Reckoning after death is certainly not a new one These pra


  10. says:

    4.5 stars I really liked our main character May In a way, this is an important coming of age novel May must use her intelligence and guile to survive the intrigues of the palace This looks very much like it is set in the reign of Elizabeth I , but all the names of the court have been changed out Despite the author making it clear that this was a work of fiction , I still managed to learn a few historical facts Highly enjoyable not historical f


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