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I don’t personally believe in tarot or astrology or things of the sort, but that didn’t stop me from enjoying the book; if anything, my lack of knowledge on the subject made it all the more interesting.

Yeah, this is NOT a substitute for character development. View all 7 comments. I need to check e-mail, but I’m having trouble getting online. But maybe trying to keep seppulchre suspense, a great many chapters ended on this note. I enjoy both genres, and this novel features a female graduate student somebody I can relate to as one of the main characters, and it’s available on audiobook, so I thought it would be good entertainment on my commute.

And to them, I say: When her handsome older brother, Anatole, announces that he will accompany her to the Midi to visit to their widowed Aunt Isolde, she is delighted.

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Throughout most of the first half I wasn’t sure if I was supposed to be picking up on things, or whether Mosse was just very clumsy at foreshadowing. The news had been telephoned in from one of the new public booths on the corner of the rue de Berlin and the rue d’Amsterdam by a reporter from Le Petit Journal. The initial visions, hauntings, images, paranormal activities, even the concept of music – all of these successive intrigue scenes – like the Tarot Shop, or the Bousquet family, all of that was sold off as a clue to a larger family history.


The timeslip descendent stuff, in particular, was a waste of space.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Which is lucky, as this is more of the same, but – in my humble opinion – better written and more compelling. The French intelligentsia were intoxicated with symbolism, theosophy and the occult. Here are some examples some are from later in the book: I’m wondering if you can give me the password or if you can organize it from your end?

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Mosse is a master at descriptive prose. Please try again later. I was very disappointed by this novel. Lists with This Book. In essence, this is a ghost story, with all the customary shtick of eerie faces at windows, sudden chills and unexplained draughts.

You will keep trying to guess all the connections and be happy when you find out. Kate Mosse uses the improbable and downright ridiculous to propel her story towards the conclusions she wants in the easiest way possible. Still, this was an entertaining read. There is a dual storyline – following a sister and brother in the ‘s, and a young American graduate student in current times.

She lives in England and France. Sepulchre wraps its ghostly tendrils around you. It describes how, in a sepulchre in the woods, he raised the spirit of a devil using a combination of music and certain symbolic figures from the Tarot. And neither is his bizarre obsession with a woman he dated for 5 minutes years ago. The story jumps from past to present, yet it’s never a bother because both stories are compelling.

The secondary modern story line is tedious and boring.

Sepulchre by Kate Mosse: Ghosts from the machine

I write A LOT. I literally slouched in my chair when I came to the big reveal. In the ancient, dark woods, Leonie comes across a ruined sepulchre and is drawn into a century-old mystery of murder, ghosts and a strange set of tarot cards that seem to hold enormous power over life and death.


Overall, ‘Sepulchre’ was just too convenient. There might have been a good story in this book but it was overshadowed by flat and silly characters. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.

Mosse was named European Woman of Achievement for her contribution to the arts in The real let-down with this novel, however, are the supernatural elements. Literary Fiction Historical Fiction print. Books by Kate Mosse. The book kept me interested and even got me to look up a cool little tarot-card mosze for my phone, just to admire the artwork and ponder the symbolism for each card that comes up.

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Are they trying to pull a Dickens? She’s not a critical thinker of anything. Claude Debussy is a presence throughout the book, yet he never appears in person. Retrieved from ” https: Considering the circumstances, couldn’t he be possibly be at least a little trouble? In any case, for me it was a page turner.

Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Languages Svenska Edit links. The story bounces between present day and turn-of-the-century southern France in the Languedoc literally “language of Oc”, spoken there hundreds of years before.