I Remember You

Yrsa Sigurdardottir

I Remember You

In an isolated village in the Icelandic Westfjords, three friends set to work renovating a derelict house. But soon they realise they are not alone there - something wants them to leave, and it's making its presence felt. Meanwhile, in a town across the fjord, a young doctor investigating the suicide of an elderly woman discovers that she was obsessed with his vanished son. 4.4 out of 5 based on 5 reviews
I Remember You

Omniscore:

Classification Fiction
Genre General Fiction, Crime, Thrillers & Mystery
Format Paperback
Pages 400
RRP
Date of Publication October 2012
ISBN 978-1444738490
Publisher Hodder & Stoughton
 

In an isolated village in the Icelandic Westfjords, three friends set to work renovating a derelict house. But soon they realise they are not alone there - something wants them to leave, and it's making its presence felt. Meanwhile, in a town across the fjord, a young doctor investigating the suicide of an elderly woman discovers that she was obsessed with his vanished son.

Reviews

The Daily Express

Charlotte Vowden

Set against the harsh landscape of Iceland’s Westfjords, this is a chilling read, perfect for a dark night.

02/11/2012

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The Independent

Barry Forshaw

The book is genuinely bone chilling, and proves that as well as being the Queen of Icelandic crime fiction, Sigurđardóttir is a generator of fear quite as adroit as such writers as Stephen King.

05/11/2012

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The Daily Telegraph

Julia Handford

… truly creepy …

12/11/2012

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The Times

Marcel Berlins

Sigurdardóttir infuses the plots with a vast array of sinister happenings and imaginings. Many may be the stock in trade of such novels, but rarely have so many been assembled so frighteningly. Not to be read alone after dark.

17/11/2012

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The Guardian

Laura Wilson

These strands are expertly woven together, with plenty of cliffhangers and perfect control of the macabre mood: intriguing, entertaining, and very spooky indeed.

18/10/2012

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