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Steel's Edge (A Novel of the Edge Book 4) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- ASIN : B008JHXPVW
- Publisher : Ace (November 27, 2012)
- Publication date : November 27, 2012
- Language : English
- File size : 1661 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 401 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
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- #106 in Fantasy Anthologies & Short Stories (Kindle Store)
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This also tells me that it matters a lot shat else you’re reading or doing or having happen to you while you read. I didn’t have this strong a response the first time I read this book, so life seems to open up new places in us as we live, and sometimes a book just touches off wildfire.
***Spoilers from the Series***
I am a longtime fan of the Kate Daniels series, a current Stan of the Hidden Legacies, and in complete awe of what they did with Iron and Magic number 1. I have put off reading the Edge series as I knew it was completely different from all the others. I know they have so many writing commitments now, and there already isn’t enough time in the day, but I truly don’t want this to be over. I need more time with William and Cerise; I want to know more about Declan and Roses’ baby. How did Sophie respond to Lady Augustine? Are Kaldar and Richard forging new bonds as brothers? This can’t be it. Say it ain’t so! I don’t want it to be over!!! The best series create characters you latch onto and that feel real to you. This was one of those for me. The Mar family ( and their Thoas cousin) and the Drayton’s will stay with me. Many times when you go back to read an earlier work from an author it’s not quite as good as their later work. Not so with these two. I so enjoyed my time in the Edge. Living in the Broken will continue to be missing something...until hopefully we get another installment (just a novella maybe???) If you haven’t read them all...go back to Book One, On The Edge, and take your time reading all four. Savor them. It’s over way too soon.
⭐️ Character development: Charlotte de Ney, was a very interesting character to me. I liked her grace, her courage and her ability to actually surprise me half the time. The rest of the characters were so so, mostly characters that were already introduced in earlier books, and characters that I am hoping will eventually get their own book? Not Jack, but George, I think that would be an interesting book. Richard was a little Blah, but thats okay.
⭐️⭐️ World building: Freebie, I already liked the world from the previous books. Though this one did not introduce anything new, we got to learn a little more about the Weird, which was nice considering many of the characters come from there.
⭐️⭐️⭐️ Ease of read: The previous books did were not as much of a page turner as this one was. Not much more to say on that.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Element of Surprise/ plot twist: I really liked her powers, and there were a few twists and turns in the story that did make me surprised.
Lasting impression: I did not give this book this point. Since I am trying to recall what I was feeling when I read the book, and cannot even remember most of what the book was about. So no point there.
Top reviews from other countries
The book ties up loose ends from the first three books. The writing style of Ilona Andrews is phenomenal and this series is as good as Kate Daniels and also the Innkeeper.
I'd give this 6 stars if I could - I just love everything 'Ilona Andrews' writes and I can't recommend them enough - my all-time favourite books to date. I started reading the 'Kate Daniel' novels and I didn't think the first 'Edge' book was as good as Kate but I soon revised my opinion and I love the 'Edge' characters. 'Steel's Edge' is the last in the current 'Edge' series but I hope it's not the last book set in that World. I want at least 5 books about George and Jack's escapades.