The 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton review

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Synopsis (as taken from GoodReads)

How do you stop a murder that’s already happened?

At a gala party thrown by her parents, Evelyn Hardcastle will be killed–again. She’s been murdered hundreds of times, and each day, Aiden Bishop is too late to save her. Doomed to repeat the same day over and over, Aiden’s only escape is to solve Evelyn Hardcastle’s murder and conquer the shadows of an enemy he struggles to even comprehend–but nothing and no one are quite what they seem.

Review

WOW!!!!!! Just wow……. I cant even…. This book still has my jaw dropped. It was that good. I really didn’t even see a fraction of the twists and turns. This book kept my full attention as each character was introduced, with you never really knowing each one’s motives until its too late, and the mask has “slipped off” so to speak.

The plot to this book contained far more than what the synopsis ever could dare to describe. The sharpness and fluidity of the author strikes something that can not be erased. The development of each character was beautiful and flawless and will leave you reeling.

This book took me far out of my comfort zone , leading me on a path of a downward spiral, staying up reading till almost four am. This book was a mixture of the classic game of clue, mixed with the twists and turns of some most loved murder mystery classics!

A definite 5 star book in my opinion. I received this e-ARC from the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

Hardcover, 512 pages
Published September 4, 2018 by SourceBooks
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