Events

Talk Gothic Fiction with Edward Carey and Stuart Turton

Wednesday 10th October 18:30 at Liverpool

We welcome you to join us for this Gothic delight of an evening as Edward Carey and Stuart Turton discuss their latest books "Little" and "The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle" with academic, playwright and broadcaster Jeff Young.

Edward Carey has created an extraordinary wonder of a novel based on the life of Madame Tussaud, from orphaned servant girl to the luxury of the Palais de Versailles, from surviving Robespierre’s Terror to the wealth, status and security of Baker Street. Beautifully illustrated by the author, Little is both an unconventional love story and an affecting and exuberant novel spanning an enormous stretch of momentous history, inspired by Marie Tussaud’s own version of events...

Described as Gosford Park meets Inception, by way of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express
The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle  is a novel unlike any other. One of the most highly-anticipated debuts of 2018,  merges the glamour and intrigue of classic murder mystery tropes with an innovative, chinese box narrative that leaves the reader guessing until the very end. A brilliantly original high concept murder mystery from a fantastic new talent.

Join us for what looks set to be a gloriously fascinating evening of story telling and genre crossovers.


 

Further details: 0151 709 9820

Liverpool Waterstones, Liverpool
Wednesday 10th October 18:30
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