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“Lyrically and precisely recaptures the frenetic ecstasy of early love.”—The Washington Post
“[A] wistful story of love and ultimate loss . . . The life of a Kennedy is one of great privilege [and Christina] Haag’s memoir allows us intimate access. . . . She doesn’t bow to tabloid sensationalism; instead, she gently dusts off her tender, aching memories and bravely holds them to the light.”—Los Angeles Times
“Perfectly captures what it feels like to be young and in love—the giddiness, the lunacy, the madcap swings between exhilaration and despair . . . Haag is a beautiful writer.”—Entertainment Weekly
“The most honest, most thoroughly rendered, most memorable memoir of young love published in recent years . . . a remarkable work.”—New York Journal of Books
“[A] haunting memoir.”—Marie Claire
This book is a beautiful love story.
Though Haag's story is inherently a personal one, nonetheless on every page the reader has a shock of recognition from the truth and beauty of which she writes.
I just finished this book yesterday, but over the course of the few days that I was reading it realized it just stays with you.
Being an avid reader of biographies and historical books, I found this a refreshing change of pace. This memoir was like embarking on a wonderful journey and through a sometimes... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Robert burnside
What a lovely book that Christina Haag has written. I wasn't sure what to expect, but within moments of reading the first pages, I was captivated and charmed by Ms. Read morePublished 13 days ago by California Greg
Wow...loved it!!! I cried reading the end when she found out about her illness & how much she wanted
John who was hopefully looking down from the sky to help her. Read more
Christina's book is exactly what one hopes it would be. She shares her feelings of young love and romance between her and JFK Jr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Diane Bateman
I just finished listening to the unabridged audiobook of Come To The Edge and I loved it. Haag's reading was beautiful, I felt so often that I could see the places she was... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Laura D. Grover
I was perched on the bottom of my stairs going through some items to carry to the second floor. Christina Haag’s “Come to the Edge” was on top. Read morePublished 1 month ago by CJF
Christina Haag and JFK Jr. were friends and lovers over a period of five years when they were both in their twenties. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JerseyGirl