What if he invited them all to dinner to never show; instead, they will give him one final show…
Nine guests find themselves around the dinner table awaiting E.A. Perry’s latest writing project announcement only to find that their host is crazed following the death of his beloved. And now, these guests will become the entertainment at the end of it all – a legacy to leave behind for a troubled and intriguing gentleman.Enter the Victorian house of horrors where these strangers must work together to face the ultimate escape room if they wish to make it out alive. With rain pelting down around the manor, a night that never ends, and secrets they never wanted revealed, these unfortunate companions must solve puzzles, trudge through oceans of blood, and face the agony of their sins as they are trapped in a neverending tale spun by the master himself.
What is real and what is not, and who will survive the stroke of ink on the final pages of Perry’s life? Fans of Edgar Allan Poe will be thrilled by this roller coaster ride of his characters brought to life!
I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.
Legacy of a Corrupted Mind is different from anything I’ve read before. I was interested though because when I was a teen I had a book with the complete works of Poe. I find his works dark but intriguing, which pretty much sums up this book.
Legacy of a Corrupted Mind is a bit too long and although it’s good and kept my interest, I think the length may put off a lot of readers. I found it amazing that so many writers wrote the different parts and it was difficult to distinguish between them. The way it is set up with many of Poe’s characters invited to dinner is brilliant. And what their absent host puts them through on this neverending night is a fitting tribute to Poe’s works.