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Alone on the Edge: The Chronicles of Anna Foster (Volume 1) Paperback – March 2, 2012
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Just be aware, the book does have small amounts of raunchy but hilarious language. It has some sexual content and questionable but entertaining clothing alterations. It also has one bad@ss computer.
This is the first book in an upcoming series. Get the book. Read it. Enjoy.
the plot you can get from the description, as a new reader your concerns should be how the story is written, how the characters are developed, and can the author bring it all together to keep the pages turning
the answers there are yes yes and yes - i read straight through this one, even staying up late some nights way later than i should - a testament to how good the story was
looking forward to continuing, bring on book 2!
The author spun a fascinating tale of a young woman as the sole crew member of a deep space mining outpost for six long years, with only the central computer for company. Unlike some depictions of young women written from a male perspective, I found Mr. Stutzman's presentation of Anna to be spot on in most respects.
The author deftly delivered a compelling story, rounding out the character of Anna with only the computer and drones for interaction. Parts of the story reminded me of 2001: A Space Odyssey and I frankly admit to hearing HAL's dulcet tones while reading the computer's dialog. I kept waiting for him to say "What are you doing, Dave?"
With elements of psychological thriller, romance, and rollicking good adventure, ALONE ON THE EDGE was a riveting read. I look forward to the sequel ALONE IN PARADISE and you can bet I'll lose a night's sleep reading that one, too!
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