The Brink of Darkness
(1 Reviews)
The Brink of Darkness







The Brink of Darkness

(60 Reviews)
This final book, The Brink of Darkness, is just as engaging, funny, sweet, sad, and cry-yourself-ugly as the first.They flew backward so fast that the boat nearly left the water.


Average from 4 Reviews
Write Review

The Brink of Darkness (The Edge of Everything):

Why does she get so little facetime? I got sent this book in exchange for a honest review, all my opinions are my own and thank you so much to the publishers for sending me this book!It sweeps in after a great paranormal romance and gives us the closure we need for X and the Lowlands world we became fascinating with. Schnelleinstieg in den SAP Query Designer mit Eclipse But I LOVE a book with witty or sarcastic dialogue, and The Brink of Darkness had it in spades.It creaked and floated up and down, like the water beneath it was breathing.

The Brink of Darkness: The Edge of Everything 2:

I never wanted to reach the last page!! Plus there are tons of characters that you will totally fall for (there is room for a spin off for some of these characters!And, worse, her friends, who now know about X, are pissed at her. How to Talk Dirty and Influence People And I would read them, yes indeed!My favorite though was the quality time with Ripper!

The Brink of Darkness (Edge of Everything Series #2) by

When it comes to plot, the first book was much more action pack Previous books in the series: The Brink of Darkness is a sequel to The Edge of Everything, and I strongly suggest reading that as well.He seemed to really grow as a character, and was actually able to make decisions without thinking JUST about Zoe, which I appreciated. Athletic Shorts We only got enough from The Edge of Everything that we could understand X and where he came from so that Zoe knew who she was falling in love with.The knot was complicated, so he just yanked the cleat off the dock. Hoi The majority of The Brink of Darkness closely follows X and his return to the Lowlands. Ein Bulle im Zug The author, Jeff Giles, has a gift with words and story and characters that he needs to share with readers more often.How to stand up to assholes.

The Brink of Darkness (The Edge of Everything) (English

And it is not a very solid one.For the best experience, I recommend reading both books back-to-back! BOD begins not long after the end of EOD: X is damned to Hell, no longer a b I was one of those lucky dogs who received an ARC of The Edge of Darkness, the first book in this duology, and I absolutely fell in love with the characters, the story, the crackling wit and, best of all, the dialogue. She still has her fabulous friends, Val and Dallas (How could you not love those two).Zoe lives a normal life in Montana. The Brink of Darkness (The Edge of Everything

Remind me never to commit an act that would have me spend eternity there - no detail is spared and the horridness is at times overwhelming.One can only feel interested by the graphic and clever depiction of the Lowlands, the equivalent of what we nowadays call Hell. I loved this continuation of their story. Missing X is like a physical pain, and she and her family are mourning the deaths of dear friends and neighbors Bert and Betty, who were like grandparents to Zoe.It was her romance to have and X also helped her to get some closure she needed.