The Bloody Countess: The Atrocities of Erzsebet Bathory .. Habiendo leído otros libros sobre la Condesa Sangrienta, he de reconocer que este libro me costó. Isabel Báthory es conocida por ser considerada la mayor asesina en La Condesa Sangrienta () narra desde la niñez, la vida de Isabel. La vida de la asesina más temida de todos los tiempos habría terminado hace años, un 21 de agosto,la condesa Elizabeth Bathory ponía.
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Elizabeth Bathory, The Blood Countess: Fact Vs. Fiction
These people are better left damned to being unremembered. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. As to the letters, only three were presented at the very end of the book. In a secret underground room like a crypt, Darvulia, with the patience of a practiced sorceress, drew circles and signs according to the inner grammar of her necromantic ken, not for an instant straying in that labyrinth of baneful, black geography.
View all 10 comments. I am well versed in the most horrific war crimes that have occured in Africa over the last years and while this book is very graphic in its describtions it still pales when compared to some of the things I’ve read about people doing to one another.
Then, see why Lizzie Borden may not have murdered her parents after all.
The biggest disappointment however was the references to the court transcripts. Nov 22, Greg rated it did not like it. Bounced around quite a lot and on at least 10 occasions, the publisher published blank pages rather than what needed to be written.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Alas, she also had the power to quench her thirst. In a secret underground room like a crypt, Darv Valentine Penrose was a Surrealist poet, one of the first women in the movement.
It is difficult to believe, to comprehend she was that monsterous but there are papers as I understand it that are not available so one wonders why. After discovering and falling in love with Solar Books the other week, I realized that I already had one of their books–The Bloody Countess. Well-written and flows well, although at times a little clunky.
If you’re interested, there is a bit about her online, although you need to sort through the sensationalism versus known facts – that’s why I ended up with this book. This too may have been politically motivated, as the death penalty meant that the king could seize her land.
She was also more educated than the average: Sure, there were comparisons between the lifestyles of both, but I was not expecting this She was a bloodsucking demon sent from hell to murder virgins.
This is a mind blowing account of a Countess who lived in the 17th Century. However, where this is different is Erzsebet was very much into the occult so this had a very different feel to it than other nightmarish things that I have subjected myself to reading.
The Disturbing True Story Of Elizabeth Bathory, The Blood Countess
Sure, there were comparisons between bathpry l This is a book I started about a year ago and put down because it was not what I thought it was going to be. Lo considero quasi un romanzo scritto in forma condesq non consigliato a chi cerca un resoconto oggettivo su Erzsebet Bathory. Jul 18, Laurie rated it did not like it. Still a lot of discrepancies amidst the historical atrocities of The Blood Countess.
So many blind eyes turned, so much fear instilled, and so much suffering inflicted. Published Sajgrienta 1st by Creation Books first published As for the book, the topic is interesting, the writing style isn’t my favorite. This book was about Erzsebet Bathory, but the last quarter of the book went into many details and stories about Gille de Rais.
Difficult pronunciations of names and places aside, I wonder how much of the writing was actually lost in translation. Oct 20, Carole Gill rated it it was amazing. Or made it all up.
May 14, Eliza rated it it was ok. Que dizer desta mulher cuja companhia, apesar de tudo, era semp P.