The Confessions is meant to be read by anyone who has an understanding of the Original Sinners world and has read the series at least through The King.
I was one of the lucky few to get to read The Confession of Marcus Sterns in 2014, so to have the next two parts – The Confession of Eleanor Schreiber and The Confession of Tiffany Reisz – is a treat and a half! And I say "treat and a half" with so much sarcasm, you can probably see my fake jazz hands from where you are.
Reading The Confessions is not a treat; it's a necessity for Original Sinners fans. Getting the privilege of knowing the inner workings of a character's innermost thoughts and struggles is why we love Tiffany Reisz's writing. She's a genius at unfolding the layers of human complexity, and to do it with such shamelessly naughty eroticism through the voices of Marcus/Søren and Eleanor/Nora is just... everything. [March 2016]
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Three Sinners. Three confessions. And all the dirty little secrets you could possibly desire...
Father Stuart Ballard has been Marcus Stearns' confessor since the young Jesuit was only eighteen years old. He thought he'd heard every sin the boy had to confess until Marcus uttered those three fateful words: "I met Eleanor."
So begins "The Confession of Marcus Stearns," a moving coda to the award-winning Original Sinners series.
This collection also includes "The Confession of Eleanor Schreiber," a companion story written exclusively for this book.
And, finally, all secrets are revealed in "The Confession of Tiffany Reisz," an exclusive, in-depth interview.