Agnes Ravatn (born 8 February 1983 in Ølen) is a Norwegian novelist, columnist and journalist. She debuted in 2007 with the novel Veke 53 (‘Week 53’). Ravatn is a columnist and journalist for Nynorsk newspaper Dag og Tid .
Agnes Ravatn is the author of Fugletribunalet (3.80 avg rating, 1840 ratings, 264 reviews, published 2013), Verda er ein skandale (4.09 avg rating, 215 r
It’s reasonably satisfying, as a whole, but ultimately still feels a bit thin, the final shocks almost tired, inevitable-seeming ones, Ravatn going through obligatory author-motions with this too carefully …
Agnes Ravatn is a Norwegian novelist, columnist and journalist.She debuted in 2007 with the novel Veke 53. Ravatn is a columnist and journalist for Nynorsk newspaper Dag og Tid.
Agnes Ravatn (born 1983) is an author and columnist. In 2015 was she chosen as one of the ten most promising authors under 35 in Norway by the paper Morgenbladet …
Sep 01, 2013 · Description: In the Norwegian writer Agnes Ravatn’s haunting psychological thriller, two people, each with a secret, seek atonement for past sins. TV presenter Allis Hagtorn seeks solace in a remote house on an isolated fjord when she takes up a new job as a housekeeper and gardener.
Agnes Ravatn is a Norwegian journalist, essayist and short story writer. The prize-winning crime novel The Bird Tribunal ( Fugletribunalet) is her second novel. Allis has done something terrible.
Agnes Ravatn: Research has always been synonymous with procrastination, so I try to avoid it. But I did have to do a massive amount of basic gardening research while writing The Bird Tribunal
From the eponymous ‘bird tribunal’, to Allis’s discovery of the small birds caught in the traps she had set for catching mice, Ravatn manages to slowly build the tension to a breath-catching crescendo, before an almost mystical feeling of calm settles across the narrative in the final pages.
Agnes Ravatn is an author and columnist. She made her literary début with the novel Week 53 ( Veke 53 ) in 2007. Since then she has written three critically acclaimed and award-winning essay collections.
Haunting, consuming and powerful, The Bird Tribunal is a taut, exquisitely told psychological thriller that builds to a shocking, dramatic crescendo that will leave you breathless.
The Bird Tribunal by Agnes Ravatn, is a psychological thriller about two strangers living on a lonely Norwegian fjord, each hiding secrets from the other. Skip to primary navigation Skip to content