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The Last Execution

Called “brilliantly devastating” in a starred review from Kirkus Reviews, this award-winning, mesmerizing novel, based on the chilling true story of the last execution in Denmark’s history, asks a question that plagues a small Danish town: does a fifteen-year-old boy deserve to be put to death?On February 22, 1853, a fifteen-year-old Niels Nelson is prepared to be executed on Gallows Hill.The mast...

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Print Length: 145 pages
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1481429655
Publisher: Atheneum/Caitlyn Dlouhy Books; Reprint edition (March 22, 2016)
Publication Date: March 22, 2016
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Language: English
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“THE LAST EXECUTION by Jasper Wung-Sung is an historical fiction account about the execution of 15-year-old Niels Nielsen. The book recounts the hours leading up to the execution and the differing opinions on the boy and his actions. The reader is eve...”

r carpenter comes to measure Niels for his coffin.The master baker bakes bread for the spectators.The messenger posts the notice of execution in the town square.The poet prepares his best pen to record the events as they unfold.A fly, Niels’s only companion in the cell, buzzes.A dog hovers by his young master’s window.A young girl hovers too, pitying the boy.The executioner sharpens his blade.This remarkable, wrenching story is told with the alternating perspectives of eleven different bystanders—one per hour—as the clock ticks ever closer to the moment when the boy must face his fate. Niels Nielson, a young peasant, was sentenced to death by beheading on the dubious charges of arson and murder. Does he have the right to live despite what he is accused of? That is the question the townsfolk ask as the countdown begins. With strong social conscience, piercing intellect, and masterful storytelling, Jesper Wung-Sung explores the age-old question: who determines who has the right to live or die?