The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle

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 How do you stop a murder that?s already happened? At a gala party thrown by her parents, Evelyn Hardcastle wil...

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Title:The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle
Author:Stuart Turton
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:512 pages pages

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle Reviews

  • PattyMacDotComma
    Feb 18, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Get ready for the most unusual, overwhelmingly impressive journey through this puzzle land of "Murder at the Masquerade Ball". You won't need a ticket to get in, just get a copy of the book (the hard copy so you can enjoy the map of Blackheath, a cozy and quiet place to read (...

    I really don't know how to write a review for this book. Not because I didn't like it, it was fantastic, but because the plot is so intricate and woven I don't want to give anything away. So let's just say it's the story of Aiden, who wakes with no memory at all, just the word 'Anna' o...

    Too little information and you're blind, too much and you're blinded. The above line perfectly captures the spirit of the literary puzzle (aka. MIND F**K) that is The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. This book is bloody FANTASTIC! Never have I been so excited about being so...

    ?Now do you see? Escape isn?t to be found at the end of this dirt road; it?s through me. So run if you must. Run until you can?t stand, and when you wake up in Blackheath again and again, do so in the knowledge that nothing here is arbitrary, nothing overlooked, You?...

    Thank you to the publisher SOURCEBOOKS Landmark who provided an advance reader copy via NetGalley. This is a very unique book, unlike any I've read. I nearly gave up on reading this at 50% because the nature of the story overwhelmed me in its complexity. This is a story of a gentlem...

    DNF at 20%. E-arc provides by netgalley. (Thank god I didn?t spend money on this sh-t) Let me count the ways this is a sad, fatphobic excuse for a book. 1. ?I awake wheezing, crushed beneath the tremendous monument of my new host?s stomach.? 2. ?No doubt sensing my ind...

    Full review up!! 5 STARS! ????? This is going to be a tough review to write. Not because I didn't love it, but what to say so that I don?t give anything away. This review is going to be short and to the point. The less you know about this book, the more you will enjoy ...

    I?ll start by saying that this is unlike any other book I?ve read. I?m not even sure I can categorise it, as the normal genres just won?t do it justice. If I said crime fiction then it would really only touch the surface. There?s certainly a strong element of whodunnit about ...

    See Full review on my blog Obviously, I am like the other reviewers: This book is amazing. The plot is so complicated and full of action, you literally could not stop reading until you learn WHAT THE HELL IS ACTUALLY GOING ON! If I didn't have that unforgettably pleasant n...

    5? ?The hunt begins in half an hour and I can?t miss it. I have too many questions and most of the answers will be carrying shotguns.? Who is this ?I? with the questions? My dad told me he?d read about a man whose dementia got so bad that he got up one morning, looked...

  • Ova - Excuse My Reading
    Feb 11, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Get ready for the most unusual, overwhelmingly impressive journey through this puzzle land of "Murder at the Masquerade Ball". You won't need a ticket to get in, just get a copy of the book (the hard copy so you can enjoy the map of Blackheath, a cozy and quiet place to read (...

    I really don't know how to write a review for this book. Not because I didn't like it, it was fantastic, but because the plot is so intricate and woven I don't want to give anything away. So let's just say it's the story of Aiden, who wakes with no memory at all, just the word 'Anna' o...

    Too little information and you're blind, too much and you're blinded. The above line perfectly captures the spirit of the literary puzzle (aka. MIND F**K) that is The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. This book is bloody FANTASTIC! Never have I been so excited about being so...

    ?Now do you see? Escape isn?t to be found at the end of this dirt road; it?s through me. So run if you must. Run until you can?t stand, and when you wake up in Blackheath again and again, do so in the knowledge that nothing here is arbitrary, nothing overlooked, You?...

    Thank you to the publisher SOURCEBOOKS Landmark who provided an advance reader copy via NetGalley. This is a very unique book, unlike any I've read. I nearly gave up on reading this at 50% because the nature of the story overwhelmed me in its complexity. This is a story of a gentlem...

    DNF at 20%. E-arc provides by netgalley. (Thank god I didn?t spend money on this sh-t) Let me count the ways this is a sad, fatphobic excuse for a book. 1. ?I awake wheezing, crushed beneath the tremendous monument of my new host?s stomach.? 2. ?No doubt sensing my ind...

    Full review up!! 5 STARS! ????? This is going to be a tough review to write. Not because I didn't love it, but what to say so that I don?t give anything away. This review is going to be short and to the point. The less you know about this book, the more you will enjoy ...

    I?ll start by saying that this is unlike any other book I?ve read. I?m not even sure I can categorise it, as the normal genres just won?t do it justice. If I said crime fiction then it would really only touch the surface. There?s certainly a strong element of whodunnit about ...

    See Full review on my blog Obviously, I am like the other reviewers: This book is amazing. The plot is so complicated and full of action, you literally could not stop reading until you learn WHAT THE HELL IS ACTUALLY GOING ON! If I didn't have that unforgettably pleasant n...

  • Andrew Smith
    May 08, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Get ready for the most unusual, overwhelmingly impressive journey through this puzzle land of "Murder at the Masquerade Ball". You won't need a ticket to get in, just get a copy of the book (the hard copy so you can enjoy the map of Blackheath, a cozy and quiet place to read (...

    I really don't know how to write a review for this book. Not because I didn't like it, it was fantastic, but because the plot is so intricate and woven I don't want to give anything away. So let's just say it's the story of Aiden, who wakes with no memory at all, just the word 'Anna' o...

    Too little information and you're blind, too much and you're blinded. The above line perfectly captures the spirit of the literary puzzle (aka. MIND F**K) that is The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. This book is bloody FANTASTIC! Never have I been so excited about being so...

    ?Now do you see? Escape isn?t to be found at the end of this dirt road; it?s through me. So run if you must. Run until you can?t stand, and when you wake up in Blackheath again and again, do so in the knowledge that nothing here is arbitrary, nothing overlooked, You?...

    Thank you to the publisher SOURCEBOOKS Landmark who provided an advance reader copy via NetGalley. This is a very unique book, unlike any I've read. I nearly gave up on reading this at 50% because the nature of the story overwhelmed me in its complexity. This is a story of a gentlem...

    DNF at 20%. E-arc provides by netgalley. (Thank god I didn?t spend money on this sh-t) Let me count the ways this is a sad, fatphobic excuse for a book. 1. ?I awake wheezing, crushed beneath the tremendous monument of my new host?s stomach.? 2. ?No doubt sensing my ind...

    Full review up!! 5 STARS! ????? This is going to be a tough review to write. Not because I didn't love it, but what to say so that I don?t give anything away. This review is going to be short and to the point. The less you know about this book, the more you will enjoy ...

    I?ll start by saying that this is unlike any other book I?ve read. I?m not even sure I can categorise it, as the normal genres just won?t do it justice. If I said crime fiction then it would really only touch the surface. There?s certainly a strong element of whodunnit about ...

  • Laura
    Jun 12, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Get ready for the most unusual, overwhelmingly impressive journey through this puzzle land of "Murder at the Masquerade Ball". You won't need a ticket to get in, just get a copy of the book (the hard copy so you can enjoy the map of Blackheath, a cozy and quiet place to read (...

    I really don't know how to write a review for this book. Not because I didn't like it, it was fantastic, but because the plot is so intricate and woven I don't want to give anything away. So let's just say it's the story of Aiden, who wakes with no memory at all, just the word 'Anna' o...

    Too little information and you're blind, too much and you're blinded. The above line perfectly captures the spirit of the literary puzzle (aka. MIND F**K) that is The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. This book is bloody FANTASTIC! Never have I been so excited about being so...

    ?Now do you see? Escape isn?t to be found at the end of this dirt road; it?s through me. So run if you must. Run until you can?t stand, and when you wake up in Blackheath again and again, do so in the knowledge that nothing here is arbitrary, nothing overlooked, You?...

    Thank you to the publisher SOURCEBOOKS Landmark who provided an advance reader copy via NetGalley. This is a very unique book, unlike any I've read. I nearly gave up on reading this at 50% because the nature of the story overwhelmed me in its complexity. This is a story of a gentlem...

    DNF at 20%. E-arc provides by netgalley. (Thank god I didn?t spend money on this sh-t) Let me count the ways this is a sad, fatphobic excuse for a book. 1. ?I awake wheezing, crushed beneath the tremendous monument of my new host?s stomach.? 2. ?No doubt sensing my ind...

    Full review up!! 5 STARS! ????? This is going to be a tough review to write. Not because I didn't love it, but what to say so that I don?t give anything away. This review is going to be short and to the point. The less you know about this book, the more you will enjoy ...

    I?ll start by saying that this is unlike any other book I?ve read. I?m not even sure I can categorise it, as the normal genres just won?t do it justice. If I said crime fiction then it would really only touch the surface. There?s certainly a strong element of whodunnit about ...

    See Full review on my blog Obviously, I am like the other reviewers: This book is amazing. The plot is so complicated and full of action, you literally could not stop reading until you learn WHAT THE HELL IS ACTUALLY GOING ON! If I didn't have that unforgettably pleasant n...

    5? ?The hunt begins in half an hour and I can?t miss it. I have too many questions and most of the answers will be carrying shotguns.? Who is this ?I? with the questions? My dad told me he?d read about a man whose dementia got so bad that he got up one morning, looked...

    4 .5 brilliantly messed up stars Hands down, this book made me its puppet and consumed all my thoughts throughout the day. Stuart Turton really knew how to mess with his reader's minds and I feel a bit like I am in the middle of a labyrinth trying to figure how I got to the end....

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Ah, thank goodness for this book. I really loved everything about how the story was told. It was like a movie playing inside my head. I thought the book was going to be somehow confusing but no, it was a fun and intriguing ride. All the characters made a strong impression and th...

  • Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽
    May 18, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

  • jessica
    Dec 13, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

  • Ginger
    Oct 07, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Get ready for the most unusual, overwhelmingly impressive journey through this puzzle land of "Murder at the Masquerade Ball". You won't need a ticket to get in, just get a copy of the book (the hard copy so you can enjoy the map of Blackheath, a cozy and quiet place to read (...

    I really don't know how to write a review for this book. Not because I didn't like it, it was fantastic, but because the plot is so intricate and woven I don't want to give anything away. So let's just say it's the story of Aiden, who wakes with no memory at all, just the word 'Anna' o...

    Too little information and you're blind, too much and you're blinded. The above line perfectly captures the spirit of the literary puzzle (aka. MIND F**K) that is The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. This book is bloody FANTASTIC! Never have I been so excited about being so...

    ?Now do you see? Escape isn?t to be found at the end of this dirt road; it?s through me. So run if you must. Run until you can?t stand, and when you wake up in Blackheath again and again, do so in the knowledge that nothing here is arbitrary, nothing overlooked, You?...

    Thank you to the publisher SOURCEBOOKS Landmark who provided an advance reader copy via NetGalley. This is a very unique book, unlike any I've read. I nearly gave up on reading this at 50% because the nature of the story overwhelmed me in its complexity. This is a story of a gentlem...

    DNF at 20%. E-arc provides by netgalley. (Thank god I didn?t spend money on this sh-t) Let me count the ways this is a sad, fatphobic excuse for a book. 1. ?I awake wheezing, crushed beneath the tremendous monument of my new host?s stomach.? 2. ?No doubt sensing my ind...

    Full review up!! 5 STARS! ????? This is going to be a tough review to write. Not because I didn't love it, but what to say so that I don?t give anything away. This review is going to be short and to the point. The less you know about this book, the more you will enjoy ...

  • Erin
    Aug 18, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Get ready for the most unusual, overwhelmingly impressive journey through this puzzle land of "Murder at the Masquerade Ball". You won't need a ticket to get in, just get a copy of the book (the hard copy so you can enjoy the map of Blackheath, a cozy and quiet place to read (...

    I really don't know how to write a review for this book. Not because I didn't like it, it was fantastic, but because the plot is so intricate and woven I don't want to give anything away. So let's just say it's the story of Aiden, who wakes with no memory at all, just the word 'Anna' o...

    Too little information and you're blind, too much and you're blinded. The above line perfectly captures the spirit of the literary puzzle (aka. MIND F**K) that is The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. This book is bloody FANTASTIC! Never have I been so excited about being so...

    ?Now do you see? Escape isn?t to be found at the end of this dirt road; it?s through me. So run if you must. Run until you can?t stand, and when you wake up in Blackheath again and again, do so in the knowledge that nothing here is arbitrary, nothing overlooked, You?...

    Thank you to the publisher SOURCEBOOKS Landmark who provided an advance reader copy via NetGalley. This is a very unique book, unlike any I've read. I nearly gave up on reading this at 50% because the nature of the story overwhelmed me in its complexity. This is a story of a gentlem...

    DNF at 20%. E-arc provides by netgalley. (Thank god I didn?t spend money on this sh-t) Let me count the ways this is a sad, fatphobic excuse for a book. 1. ?I awake wheezing, crushed beneath the tremendous monument of my new host?s stomach.? 2. ?No doubt sensing my ind...

    Full review up!! 5 STARS! ????? This is going to be a tough review to write. Not because I didn't love it, but what to say so that I don?t give anything away. This review is going to be short and to the point. The less you know about this book, the more you will enjoy ...

    I?ll start by saying that this is unlike any other book I?ve read. I?m not even sure I can categorise it, as the normal genres just won?t do it justice. If I said crime fiction then it would really only touch the surface. There?s certainly a strong element of whodunnit about ...

    See Full review on my blog Obviously, I am like the other reviewers: This book is amazing. The plot is so complicated and full of action, you literally could not stop reading until you learn WHAT THE HELL IS ACTUALLY GOING ON! If I didn't have that unforgettably pleasant n...

    5? ?The hunt begins in half an hour and I can?t miss it. I have too many questions and most of the answers will be carrying shotguns.? Who is this ?I? with the questions? My dad told me he?d read about a man whose dementia got so bad that he got up one morning, looked...

    4 .5 brilliantly messed up stars Hands down, this book made me its puppet and consumed all my thoughts throughout the day. Stuart Turton really knew how to mess with his reader's minds and I feel a bit like I am in the middle of a labyrinth trying to figure how I got to the end....

  • Mikayla (MikaylaReading)
    Oct 18, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Get ready for the most unusual, overwhelmingly impressive journey through this puzzle land of "Murder at the Masquerade Ball". You won't need a ticket to get in, just get a copy of the book (the hard copy so you can enjoy the map of Blackheath, a cozy and quiet place to read (...

    I really don't know how to write a review for this book. Not because I didn't like it, it was fantastic, but because the plot is so intricate and woven I don't want to give anything away. So let's just say it's the story of Aiden, who wakes with no memory at all, just the word 'Anna' o...

    Too little information and you're blind, too much and you're blinded. The above line perfectly captures the spirit of the literary puzzle (aka. MIND F**K) that is The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. This book is bloody FANTASTIC! Never have I been so excited about being so...

    ?Now do you see? Escape isn?t to be found at the end of this dirt road; it?s through me. So run if you must. Run until you can?t stand, and when you wake up in Blackheath again and again, do so in the knowledge that nothing here is arbitrary, nothing overlooked, You?...

    Thank you to the publisher SOURCEBOOKS Landmark who provided an advance reader copy via NetGalley. This is a very unique book, unlike any I've read. I nearly gave up on reading this at 50% because the nature of the story overwhelmed me in its complexity. This is a story of a gentlem...

    DNF at 20%. E-arc provides by netgalley. (Thank god I didn?t spend money on this sh-t) Let me count the ways this is a sad, fatphobic excuse for a book. 1. ?I awake wheezing, crushed beneath the tremendous monument of my new host?s stomach.? 2. ?No doubt sensing my ind...

  • Hailey (HaileyinBookland)
    Oct 14, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

  • *TUDOR^QUEEN*
    Sep 12, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Get ready for the most unusual, overwhelmingly impressive journey through this puzzle land of "Murder at the Masquerade Ball". You won't need a ticket to get in, just get a copy of the book (the hard copy so you can enjoy the map of Blackheath, a cozy and quiet place to read (...

    I really don't know how to write a review for this book. Not because I didn't like it, it was fantastic, but because the plot is so intricate and woven I don't want to give anything away. So let's just say it's the story of Aiden, who wakes with no memory at all, just the word 'Anna' o...

    Too little information and you're blind, too much and you're blinded. The above line perfectly captures the spirit of the literary puzzle (aka. MIND F**K) that is The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. This book is bloody FANTASTIC! Never have I been so excited about being so...

    ?Now do you see? Escape isn?t to be found at the end of this dirt road; it?s through me. So run if you must. Run until you can?t stand, and when you wake up in Blackheath again and again, do so in the knowledge that nothing here is arbitrary, nothing overlooked, You?...

    Thank you to the publisher SOURCEBOOKS Landmark who provided an advance reader copy via NetGalley. This is a very unique book, unlike any I've read. I nearly gave up on reading this at 50% because the nature of the story overwhelmed me in its complexity. This is a story of a gentlem...

  • Ivana - Diary of Difference
    Aug 24, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Get ready for the most unusual, overwhelmingly impressive journey through this puzzle land of "Murder at the Masquerade Ball". You won't need a ticket to get in, just get a copy of the book (the hard copy so you can enjoy the map of Blackheath, a cozy and quiet place to read (...

    I really don't know how to write a review for this book. Not because I didn't like it, it was fantastic, but because the plot is so intricate and woven I don't want to give anything away. So let's just say it's the story of Aiden, who wakes with no memory at all, just the word 'Anna' o...

    Too little information and you're blind, too much and you're blinded. The above line perfectly captures the spirit of the literary puzzle (aka. MIND F**K) that is The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. This book is bloody FANTASTIC! Never have I been so excited about being so...

    ?Now do you see? Escape isn?t to be found at the end of this dirt road; it?s through me. So run if you must. Run until you can?t stand, and when you wake up in Blackheath again and again, do so in the knowledge that nothing here is arbitrary, nothing overlooked, You?...

    Thank you to the publisher SOURCEBOOKS Landmark who provided an advance reader copy via NetGalley. This is a very unique book, unlike any I've read. I nearly gave up on reading this at 50% because the nature of the story overwhelmed me in its complexity. This is a story of a gentlem...

    DNF at 20%. E-arc provides by netgalley. (Thank god I didn?t spend money on this sh-t) Let me count the ways this is a sad, fatphobic excuse for a book. 1. ?I awake wheezing, crushed beneath the tremendous monument of my new host?s stomach.? 2. ?No doubt sensing my ind...

    Full review up!! 5 STARS! ????? This is going to be a tough review to write. Not because I didn't love it, but what to say so that I don?t give anything away. This review is going to be short and to the point. The less you know about this book, the more you will enjoy ...

    I?ll start by saying that this is unlike any other book I?ve read. I?m not even sure I can categorise it, as the normal genres just won?t do it justice. If I said crime fiction then it would really only touch the surface. There?s certainly a strong element of whodunnit about ...

    See Full review on my blog Obviously, I am like the other reviewers: This book is amazing. The plot is so complicated and full of action, you literally could not stop reading until you learn WHAT THE HELL IS ACTUALLY GOING ON! If I didn't have that unforgettably pleasant n...

    5? ?The hunt begins in half an hour and I can?t miss it. I have too many questions and most of the answers will be carrying shotguns.? Who is this ?I? with the questions? My dad told me he?d read about a man whose dementia got so bad that he got up one morning, looked...

    4 .5 brilliantly messed up stars Hands down, this book made me its puppet and consumed all my thoughts throughout the day. Stuart Turton really knew how to mess with his reader's minds and I feel a bit like I am in the middle of a labyrinth trying to figure how I got to the end....

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Ah, thank goodness for this book. I really loved everything about how the story was told. It was like a movie playing inside my head. I thought the book was going to be somehow confusing but no, it was a fun and intriguing ride. All the characters made a strong impression and th...

    Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest Mind blowing and unputdownable, this is one of those mystery thrillers that will keep you up at night until you see how it ends. How do you stop a murder that?s already happened? The Hardcastle family is hosting a masque...

  • (Bern) Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas
    Sep 06, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

  • Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader
    Sep 14, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

  • Paromjit
    Jan 11, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

  • Berit☀️✨
    Nov 14, 2017

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

  • Holly  B
    Nov 19, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Get ready for the most unusual, overwhelmingly impressive journey through this puzzle land of "Murder at the Masquerade Ball". You won't need a ticket to get in, just get a copy of the book (the hard copy so you can enjoy the map of Blackheath, a cozy and quiet place to read (...

  • Norma * Traveling Sister
    Dec 13, 2017

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

  • شيماء ✨
    Sep 16, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

  • Jenny
    Sep 22, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

  • Jenny
    Sep 22, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Get ready for the most unusual, overwhelmingly impressive journey through this puzzle land of "Murder at the Masquerade Ball". You won't need a ticket to get in, just get a copy of the book (the hard copy so you can enjoy the map of Blackheath, a cozy and quiet place to read (...

    I really don't know how to write a review for this book. Not because I didn't like it, it was fantastic, but because the plot is so intricate and woven I don't want to give anything away. So let's just say it's the story of Aiden, who wakes with no memory at all, just the word 'Anna' o...

    Too little information and you're blind, too much and you're blinded. The above line perfectly captures the spirit of the literary puzzle (aka. MIND F**K) that is The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. This book is bloody FANTASTIC! Never have I been so excited about being so...

    ?Now do you see? Escape isn?t to be found at the end of this dirt road; it?s through me. So run if you must. Run until you can?t stand, and when you wake up in Blackheath again and again, do so in the knowledge that nothing here is arbitrary, nothing overlooked, You?...

    Thank you to the publisher SOURCEBOOKS Landmark who provided an advance reader copy via NetGalley. This is a very unique book, unlike any I've read. I nearly gave up on reading this at 50% because the nature of the story overwhelmed me in its complexity. This is a story of a gentlem...

    DNF at 20%. E-arc provides by netgalley. (Thank god I didn?t spend money on this sh-t) Let me count the ways this is a sad, fatphobic excuse for a book. 1. ?I awake wheezing, crushed beneath the tremendous monument of my new host?s stomach.? 2. ?No doubt sensing my ind...

    Full review up!! 5 STARS! ????? This is going to be a tough review to write. Not because I didn't love it, but what to say so that I don?t give anything away. This review is going to be short and to the point. The less you know about this book, the more you will enjoy ...

    I?ll start by saying that this is unlike any other book I?ve read. I?m not even sure I can categorise it, as the normal genres just won?t do it justice. If I said crime fiction then it would really only touch the surface. There?s certainly a strong element of whodunnit about ...

    See Full review on my blog Obviously, I am like the other reviewers: This book is amazing. The plot is so complicated and full of action, you literally could not stop reading until you learn WHAT THE HELL IS ACTUALLY GOING ON! If I didn't have that unforgettably pleasant n...

    5? ?The hunt begins in half an hour and I can?t miss it. I have too many questions and most of the answers will be carrying shotguns.? Who is this ?I? with the questions? My dad told me he?d read about a man whose dementia got so bad that he got up one morning, looked...

    4 .5 brilliantly messed up stars Hands down, this book made me its puppet and consumed all my thoughts throughout the day. Stuart Turton really knew how to mess with his reader's minds and I feel a bit like I am in the middle of a labyrinth trying to figure how I got to the end....

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

  • megs_bookrack
    Nov 21, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Get ready for the most unusual, overwhelmingly impressive journey through this puzzle land of "Murder at the Masquerade Ball". You won't need a ticket to get in, just get a copy of the book (the hard copy so you can enjoy the map of Blackheath, a cozy and quiet place to read (...

    I really don't know how to write a review for this book. Not because I didn't like it, it was fantastic, but because the plot is so intricate and woven I don't want to give anything away. So let's just say it's the story of Aiden, who wakes with no memory at all, just the word 'Anna' o...

    Too little information and you're blind, too much and you're blinded. The above line perfectly captures the spirit of the literary puzzle (aka. MIND F**K) that is The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. This book is bloody FANTASTIC! Never have I been so excited about being so...

  • Navidad Thelamour
    Sep 03, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

  • Elise (TheBookishActress)
    Jul 27, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

  • Amalia Gavea
    May 28, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

  • Emily (Books with Emily Fox)
    Mar 11, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

  • Petrik
    Jun 03, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

  • ❄️Nani❄️
    Feb 15, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

  • Kylie D
    Dec 07, 2018

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Get ready for the most unusual, overwhelmingly impressive journey through this puzzle land of "Murder at the Masquerade Ball". You won't need a ticket to get in, just get a copy of the book (the hard copy so you can enjoy the map of Blackheath, a cozy and quiet place to read (...

    I really don't know how to write a review for this book. Not because I didn't like it, it was fantastic, but because the plot is so intricate and woven I don't want to give anything away. So let's just say it's the story of Aiden, who wakes with no memory at all, just the word 'Anna' o...

  • 🦊 Jessi ♥️ H. Vojsk
    Nov 20, 2017

    (4.5) If you?re looking for a book to keep you awake at night because you NEED to finish it then this is it! Somebody?s going to be murdered at the ball tonight. It won?t appear to be a murder so the murderer won?t be caught. Rectify that injustice and I?ll show you the wa...

    Has anyone ever finished a book and was tempted to pull a Luke Skywalker and just disappear to an island in the middle of nowhere and dramatically stare at the ocean for an unascertained amount of time? Because I felt that. I didn't expect to tear into this book, but I did?there w...

    This was w i l d wow. ...

    Reading The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle = MIND BLOWN! What an intricately layered, amazing plot. You absolutely need to jump into this book blindly and savor every moment. At times you will feel like you are flailing in the water, drowning in confusion. Just keep reading, treadin...

    4.5? Do you know how many books it?d taken me to finally use the word, unputdownable? I think I'm more thrilled to have finally said it than actually reading this book. What can I say, I'm a simple girl. The simple pleasures bring me the most joy. But back to the task at hand ...

    wow. this book is wild! i swear, i spent the majority of the story whispering ?what the heck is going on???? to myself over and over. i still dont even think i know what i just read, i just know i really enjoyed it. this is a ?whodunnit? unlike anything i have read before. ...

    Stuart Turton has written an extraordinarily original, atmospheric, intelligent and fiendishly complex novel that I really loved! At one level it masquerades as an Agatha Christie style golden age classic crime, and indeed many of the tropes present in that genre are here such as the d...

    3.5 maybe it is just me? But never the less confusing stars??? The concept of this book was really quite brilliant... A little reminiscent of both Life After Life and Ground Hog Day.... with the added little twist of the body swapping.... Admittedly it is holiday time ...

    4.5 stars! Whew, what a ride! Stuart Turton?s debut novel is the kind of debut we all yearn for: explosive, energetic, engaging and truly something fresh and new on the scene. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a brilliant, high-concept murder mystery that had the cogs in my...

    ??I?m a man in Purgatory, blind to the sins that chased me here.?? What would it be like if one day we found ourselves in an another body? What if this happened on a daily basis? Us changing the vessel but retaining most of the traits that make us who we are? What if by c...

    The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is a thriller following an investigation into the murder of a girl who is murdered every singe night. The main character switches bodies every day in an attempt to get different points of view. So the thing I?ve seen praised about this book i...

    All the stars! Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Debut author Stuart Turton?s The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, originally published earlier this year in Great Britain as The 7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is an intricately plotted murder mystery, set in an isolated earl...

    4.5 stars The early reviews I read of this book were mixed, but the last two months, I?ve watched so many high ratings come in, I succumbed to temptation and requested. This was one of the most challenging reviews I?ve had to write to ensure I didn?t give a speck of the fun aw...

    3.5 stars ? I have no idea how I actually feel about this one! This was probably one of the most confusing and complex novels that I have ever read. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of this story as it definitely was quite clever and really made me think but in the end I ...

    3.5/5 stars The less you know about this mystery thriller book, the better your experience will be. First of all, take that rating rounding up or down with a grain of salt, this is a 3.5 stars book for me. As for the review, I honestly have no idea how to review this book, not on...

    I?m at a loss for words as where to begin with my review. I don?t know that I will be able to convey into words my love of Stuart Turton?s book, ?The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.? A work of genius and for anyone who loves mysteries or the true old-fashioned ?who dunni...

    Get ready for the most unusual, overwhelmingly impressive journey through this puzzle land of "Murder at the Masquerade Ball". You won't need a ticket to get in, just get a copy of the book (the hard copy so you can enjoy the map of Blackheath, a cozy and quiet place to read (...

    I really don't know how to write a review for this book. Not because I didn't like it, it was fantastic, but because the plot is so intricate and woven I don't want to give anything away. So let's just say it's the story of Aiden, who wakes with no memory at all, just the word 'Anna' o...

    Too little information and you're blind, too much and you're blinded. The above line perfectly captures the spirit of the literary puzzle (aka. MIND F**K) that is The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. This book is bloody FANTASTIC! Never have I been so excited about being so...

    ?Now do you see? Escape isn?t to be found at the end of this dirt road; it?s through me. So run if you must. Run until you can?t stand, and when you wake up in Blackheath again and again, do so in the knowledge that nothing here is arbitrary, nothing overlooked, You?...