The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo: Cheapest copies in Australia
Dive into this tale of love and tragedy in Old Hollywood.
Celebrating a 35th week on the New York Times Bestseller list is Taylor Jenkins Reid's The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo. Oozing with Old Hollywood mystique, this gripping page-turner is not one to be missed. We've rounded up the cheapest copies of this novel available in Australia.
The novel follows Hollywood legend Evelyn Hugo, based loosely on Elizabeth Taylor and Eva Gardner, as she unspools the tale of her life and 7 husbands to unknown magazine reporter Monique Grant. Monique is initially enraptured by Evelyn's episodes of ambition and forbidden love, but begins to wonder why it was her who was hand-picked to recount Evelyn's story.
While locating the cheapest copies of this novel, we compared prices from Amazon, Booktopia, Dymocks, QBD Books, Readings and Collins.
Cheapest copies of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
The paperback edition of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo is available from Amazon for just $12, down from $19.99. That's 40% off the RRP.
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Buy The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo in-store
You shouldn't have any trouble picking this novel up from either your local bookshop or a large chain like Dymocks or QBD. Expect to pay more than what you're seeing in this article, however.
About The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
Evelyn Hugo, an iconic Hollywood star who in old age has become a recluse, decides to finally lift the curtain on her scandalous life. She hand-picks a complete unknown in Monique Grant for the task of retelling her story to the world. Monique relishes the opportunity, and soon becomes entranced by Evelyn's tales of forbidden love and ruthless ambition in Old Hollywood.
But as Evelyn's story goes on, it becomes clear why Monique was chosen for the task, as new light is shed on an old tragedy. Reid has perfected the art of intertwining personal drama with the glamour of celebrity, as seen in the bestselling Daisy Jones and the Six.