The Girl Who Died

This moody, surreal mystery is set at “the edge of the world”: an Icelandic fishing village populated by only 10 people.

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Review of ‘The Girl Who Died’

The advertisement is simple and honest: “Teacher wanted at the edge of the world.” And for Una, the main character of Ragnar Jonasson’s The Girl Who Died, it is the perfect enticement to leave her drab life behind and start a new chapter.

The “edge of the world” is actually the isolated fishing village of…

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