Live, Die, Repeat: The Seven Kills of Evelyn Hardcastle

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Live, Die, Repeat: The Seven Kills of Evelyn Hardcastle



Hello, dear science fiction lovers.

Hello, dear science fiction lovers.

In this post, Edge of Tomorrow and Groundhog Day I will tell you about a novel inspired by his movies.

As the cinema lovers among you will know well, these two films tell the stories of the cycles of the characters who live on the same day all the time.

The subject of our book is briefly as follows:

Evelyn Hardcastle, the young and beautiful daughter of a wealthy family with a dark past, will die tonight. Tomorrow too. The next day too.

As the crowd gathered for a celebration at Blackheath Manor, Evelyn will give their last breath as they enjoy the party.

Over and over and over.

Our hero, who has to find out who the killer is and wakes up every day as someone else in the mansion, does not even remember his own name.

The mystery is getting more and more complex: Why and how does it repeat today? Why does the man in plague doctor disguise help our hero? What does the footman want? Who is Anna? What are the Hardcastle family hiding? Is it possible to escape this hell?

Stuart Turton blends the idea of ​​the recurring day with a complicated detective story in his first novel, which has attracted worldwide attention and sold more than two hundred thousand copies in England.

As you solve this puzzle reminiscent of Agatha Christie novels and Today Was Actually Yesterday, you will be surprised at every move and the game will end at an unexpected point.

Evelyn Hardcastle will die tonight. What about tomorrow?

Our story tells the story of a man living in a rural mansion in the early 1900s and living in a Downton Abbey-style background, constantly waking up the same day in the bodies of different people in the mansion.

However, compared to the movies I mentioned before, there are some rules that complicate the plot.

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle wink to both detective, science fiction and historical novel genres due to its nature.

In order not to fall into a surprising situation, I cannot give details about the science fiction side, but the most important advice I can give you is to read the book slowly and comprehensively.

Especially starting from the third day, you may want to take a pen and paper and write down the sequence of events.

I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did.

Stay well.

Source: Space Mage Turkey


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