First, there's apparently two editions of this book. Apparently, I had the first edition (yes, it's been on my to-read shelf for *that* long). Luckily, I figured out there was an updated edition before starting to read the book. This review is for the updated edition (the one you'll get if you buy the book now).
I don't like nor do I hate Precipice. In fact, I feel very neutral towards the book.
It was a quick and easy read. In fact, I was surprised that a book about infidelity and betrayal of a best friend (sort of, but kind of not completely... too much grey area there) was as short as it was (~260 pages). I figured it would be longer. I was looking for something deeper and more emotional. Certainly, Precipice left me disappointed in that regard. To top it all off, the ending was just... blah. It feel rushed (maybe? I'm not sure), too tidy, and just wrong.
I feel like there was a lot of potential here, but the book fell short for me.
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