The Edge of the Light

The Edge of the Light

Book - 2016
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"In the final book of the Whidbey Island saga, events build to an astonishing climax as secrets are revealed, hearts are broken, and lives are changed forever. Seth Darrow likes life to be simple. Lately, it's been anything but. Since his beloved grandfather's stroke, Seth has been focused on getting Grand home agaIn, before his aunt can take advantage of the situation to get her hands on Grand's valuable real estate. Then there's Prynne. Seth would like to get his relationshp with her on solid ground. He loves her, but can he believe she has her drug use under control? Meanwhile, things are complicated for the other Whidbey Island friends. Derrie has found Rejoice, the sister he left behind in Uganda, but Rejoice doesn't know she is his sister. Jenn is discovering feelings for her teammate Cynthia, feelings her born-again Christian mother would never find acceptable. And Becca, hiding under a false identity since her arrival on the island, is concealing the biggest secret of all. "-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Viking Books, published by Penguin Group, [2016]
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9780670012992
Characteristics: 389 pages ; 22 cm


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Feb 01, 2017

I was severely disappointed in this book. I became a pretty big fan of her Edge of Nowhere series and was really excited to see how it would all come together in the final book. It honestly seemed like she just became bored with writing this series and wanted to end it in whatever way was easiest for her with no consideration for the fans of these books. The ending is a complete joke, I was in awe when I reached the last page. I hope that as a critically acclaimed author she either writes another book that actually completes the story line or gives some kind of apology for just giving up on it.

Jan 28, 2017

I expected so much more of this story. So many questions unanswered. There needs to be another book to explain some questions that have been there since the beginning of the series.

Sep 12, 2016

What a mess. The summary lies; there is no "climax" whatsoever in this book. George attempts to juggle at least six separate plots, mashing them all together haphazardly with a complete absence of resolution. You're not going to find answers to anything. Everything is inconclusive, as if the last 50 pages of the book with all the real answers just got chopped off. George also made some very clunky writing choices that hit me in the face every time they happened.

(By the way, the pathetically uneducated use of the "crazy gibberish-speaking Christian bigot" stereotype was aggravating as frick and made me sympathize entirely with Kate and not at all with Jenn. Nice going there, George.)


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