On the Edge
The Broken is a place where people shop at Wal-Mart and magic is nothing more than a fairy tale. The Weird is a realm where blueblood aristocrats rule and the strength of your magic can change your destiny. Rose Drayton lives on the Edge, the place between both worlds. A perilous existence... show more
The Broken is a place where people shop at Wal-Mart and magic is nothing more than a fairy tale. The Weird is a realm where blueblood aristocrats rule and the strength of your magic can change your destiny. Rose Drayton lives on the Edge, the place between both worlds. A perilous existence indeed, made even more so by a flood of magic-hungry creatures bent on absolute destruction.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2009-10
Pages no: 309
Edition language: English
Series: The Edge (#1)
This was not my favorite Andrews series; not by a long shot. But it is an interesting one to read while waiting for new Kate and Curran books! This was a great book and a great new world. The story line is both horrific and humorous. It is also a sort of romantic in a bizarre sort of way. Unfortu...
Review originally featured on Angel's Guilty Pleasures On the Edge Series: The Edge #1 Author: Ilona Andrews Genre: Urban Fantasy Publisher: Ace Release Date: September 29th 2009 Format: eBook/Paperback Pages: 309 Source: Library/Bought Rose Drayton lives on the Edge, between the w...
There’s the Broken (with big box stores, vehicles, and the IRS), there’s the Weird (with nobility, magic, and a strict hierarchy), and then there’s the Edge where those that are a bit of both reside. Rose Drayton and her young brothers live in the Edge: Rose works as a cleaner in the Broken while th...
I liked a lot about the book. Rose is awesome; she’s , kind, stubborn, and a survivor. I loved her family, the Andrews write children very well. The world building is interesting and I thought it was a good take on the idea of a boarder area between Faerie and this world. The plot skips along quick...
I love the Kate Daniels series and the synopsis for this one sounded pretty good; a place where two worlds overlapped - an in-between space only certain people could live. Intriguing. But... no. The writing is solid, descriptive, evocative. But this is much more a paranormal romance than an urb...