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Winner of the 2019 Indie Choice Award
Shortlisted for the 2019 Women's Prize for Fiction
Named one of the 'Best Books of 2018' by NPR, The Washington Post, Buzzfeed, People, Time, Amazon, Entertainment Weekly, Bustle, Newsweek, the A.V. Club, Christian Science Monitor, Southern Living, and Refinery 29.

Circe is the utterly captivating, exquisitely written, story of an ordinary, and extraordinary, woman's life--Eimear McBride, author of A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing

'Circe' is a sentence-by-sentence miracle;--Michigan Daily

so vivid, so layered, you could get lost in it... Whether or not you think you like Greek Mythology, this is just great storytelling. It feels cinematic.--NPR's Here & Now

[Miller] gives voice to Circe as a multifaceted and evolving character...'Circe' is very pleasurable to read, combining lively versions of familiar tales and snippets of other, related standards with a highly psychologized, redemptive and ultimately exculpatory account of the protagonist herself.--Claire Messud, New York Times Book Review

A retelling of ancient Greek lore gives exhilarating voice to a witch... [Circe is] a sly, petulant, and finally commanding voice that narrates the entirety of Miller's dazzling second novel....Readers will relish following the puzzle of this unpromising daughter of the sun god Helios and his wife, Perse, who had negligible use for their child....Expect Miller's readership to mushroom like one of Circe's spells. Miller makes Homer pertinent to women facing 21st-century monsters.--Kirkus, Starred Review

Ambitious in scope, Circe is above all the chronicle of an outsider woman who uses her power and wits to protect herself and the people she loves, ultimately looking within to define herself. Readers will savor the message of standing against a hostile world and forging a new way.--Shelf Awareness

An epic spanning thousands of years that's also a keep-you-up-all-night page turner.--Ann Patchett, author of Commonwealth

Circe bears its own transformative magic, a power enabled by Miller's keen eye for beauty, adventure, and reinvention. Through the charms of a misfit heroine, the world of gods becomes stunningly alive, and the world of our own humanity--its questions, loves, and bonds--is illuminated. This book is an immense gift to anyone who reads to find their own bravery and quest.--Affinity Konar, author of Mischling

Circe, ' [is] a bold and subversive retelling of the goddess's story that manages to be both epic and intimate in its scope, recasting the most infamous female figure from the Odyssey as a hero in her own right.--Alexandra Alter, New York Times

In Madeline Miller's Circe - the gorgeous and gimlet-eyed follow-up to her Orange Prize-winning first novel, The Song of Achilles - the goddess is young and romantic enough at the start to feel a tiny bit let down that she's not shackled to a rock like her uncle, Prometheus, getting her liver pecked out each day.

--Laura Collins-Hughes, Boston Globe

Madeline Miller, master storyteller, conjures Circe glowing and alive - and makes the Gods, nymphs and heroes of ancient Greece walk forth in all their armored splendor. Richly detailed and written with such breathtaking command of story, you will be held enchanted. A breathtaking novel.--Helen Simonson, author of The Summer Before the War and Major Pettigrew's Last Stand

Madeline Miller's re-imagining of the witch Circe from The Odyssey makes for an intriguing, feminist adventure novel that is perfectly suited for the #TimesUp moment. Circe is also a smart read that has much to say about the long-term consequences of war and a culture that values violence and conquest over compassion and learning...Miller mines intriguing details from the original tale to imagine a rich backstory for Circe that allows readers to re-visit the world of Olympians and Titans in Greek mythology. From the court of the Titans, the reader meets Circe's parents, the god Helios and nymph Perse, and is introduced to a world of supernatural power players that is every bit as back-biting, gossip-filled and vicious as any episode of House of Cards.

--May-Lee Chai, Dallas News

Miller gives voice to a previously muted perspective in the classics, forging a great romance from the scraps left to us by the ancients....Circe is, instead, a romp, an airy delight, a novel to be gobbled greedily in a single sitting.--Aida Edemariam, Guardian

Miller, with her academic bona fides and born instinct for storytelling, seamlessly grafts modern concepts of selfhood and independence to her mystical reveries of smoke and silver, nectar and bones.--Entertainment Weekly

Miller's lush, gold-lit novel - told from the perspective of the witch whose name in Greek has echoes of a hawk and a weaver's shuttle - paints another picture: of a fierce goddess who, yes, turns men into pigs, but only because they deserve it.--NPR.org

Miller's spell builds slowly, but by the last page you'll be in awe. In prose of dreamlike simplicity, she reimagines the myth of Circe.--People

One of the most amazing qualities of this novel [is]: We know how everything here turns out - we've known it for thousands of years - and yet in Miller's lush reimagining, the story feels harrowing and unexpected. The feminist light she shines on these events never distorts their original shape; it only illuminates details we hadn't noticed before.--Ron Charles, Washington Post

Spellbinding..Miller has created a daring feminist take on a classic narrative; although the setting is a mystical world of gods, monsters, and nymphs, the protagonist at its heart is like any of us.--O Magazine

The story of Circe's entanglement with Odysseus lasts far beyond the narrative of The Odyssey, making for compelling material to revisit. But ultimately it's as a character that Circe stands apart....Through her elegant, psychologically acute prose, Miller gives us a rich female character who inhabits the spaces in between.
--Colleen Abel, Minneapolis Star Tribune

This telling, in the sorceress's own words, is not the version we think we know.--New York Times 'T Magazine'

With lyric beauty of language and melancholy evocative of Keats' Ode on a Grecian Urn, CIRCE asks all the big questions of existence while framing them in the life story of the famous goddess who had the magic of transformations. A veritable Who's Who of the gods of Olympus and the heroes of ancient Greece, Circe knows them all and we see them through her perceptive eyes. This is as close as you will ever come to entering the world of mythology as a participant. Stunning, touching, and unique.--Margaret George, author of The Confessions of Young Nero

Written with power and grace, this enchanting, startling, gripping story casts a spell as strong and magical as any created by the sorceress Circe.--Mary Doria Russell, author of Epitaph

Om författaren

Madeline Miller was born in Boston and attended Brown University where she earned her BA and MA in Classics. She lives in Narbeth, PA with her husband and two children. The Song of Achilles was awarded the Orange Prize for Fiction and has been translated into twenty-five languages.


  • Utgivare ‏ : ‎ Little Brown and Company (10 April 2018)
  • Språk ‏ : ‎ Engelska
  • Inbunden ‏ : ‎ 400 sidor
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0316556343
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0316556347
  • Kundrecensioner:
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Av Amy123 på 23 maj 2021
Didn't get to read the book, but this was the state the book came in. I've been so excited to read this book but I'm honestly disappointed with the state of the book it came in.
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(Please note : the price in the book itself is 799 , so anything more is total ripoff. I have attached a photo of it also)
So the book itself , it came on time and pretty good condition with minor scratches which is bearable.
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I had heard mixed reviews of the book, and so had hardly kept any high hopes but blurbs on the back of the book was encouraging.
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As I started the book , I didn't like it much , I was thinking if I should just DNF the book. But since I don't usually close the book without completing, I pushed myself to read it. Until a certain point in the book it's very slow and just normal and repetitive and nothing gripping. After a certain point , it really engages the reader and you become fixed on the book and especially the ending is one of the most beautiful endings I've read. It just leaves you feelings warm and good and hopeful.
The protagonist is a women who at the start is very soft, trying to please everyone , and as she grows up she deals with a lot of issues as how women are treated based in how they look , what they wear ,how of women who don't follow what they are told or do something they thing is humane , they are punished or banished.
Eventually she grows up to this strong, confident women who eventually becomes the greatest witch of all times(as she's a god).
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