“You can flee from justice; But revenge cannot be escaped.” A Strange Revenge tells the story of a man who was taken into custody at night on September 12, and vowed to avenge his brother, who was paralyzed as a result of torture and then committed suicide. A Strange Revenge journey with the protagonist from a small Aegean town to London, from Istanbul to Paris brings to life the forgotten details of a history full of trouble and pain. In this novel, Uğur Erkman conveyed the reckoning of a man who rebelled against the pain of losing his brother at a young age, naked violence, injustice, the silence of society that extended to complicity, and then the loss of memory that led people to denial. This angry and painful man will not only come to terms with the criminals but also with himself. In his new novel, Bir Strange Revenge, Uğur Erkman, the author of Death and Shadows and On the Bed of a Dry River, knitted his story once again around the themes of betrayal and revenge, conscience and justice.”…I thought there was something missing in this movie that bothered me. It was as if the last coil had not been drawn, it was missing, it was missing, the film was not finished. The lights were on as the grocery store collapsed and fell to the ground, but the audience was leaving the hall unsatisfied. He was protesting, even whistling. Even though that only spectator, Tarık Serin, I watch what is happening in this fictitious film, the fear and horror on the faces of Hacı and the grocer Salih, both as the shooter and the watcher, with pleasure, with pleasure, and with the pride of the revenge taken. , this open-ended, unfinished story did not grip me, it did not satisfy me. Something was not sitting, it was not complete, it was missing, was half. Honestly, the start was good. Someone from the past was making two villains pay for their actions with their lives: “The end!” What else? Any other bad? Was the death of these two villains, one directly and the other indirectly involved, enough to complete the story?