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The Edge of Never by J. A. Redmerski

The Edge of Never (edition 2012)

by J. A. Redmerski

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Title:The Edge of Never
Authors:J. A. Redmerski
Info:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2012), Paperback, 426 pages
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Esta es una historia de liberación, de amor, de aceptación, de perdón, pero sobre todo una historia que habla acerca de aprender a vivir.

Este libro no es novedoso, ni realmente profundo, pero a pesar de ello es totalmente conmovedor, te arrastra a que lo leas de principio a fin: con una sonrisa, en parte, y con lágrimas, en otras y a pesar de su ligereza, creo que nunca lo olvidaré.

Felicitaciones a la autora por ese final, que juega con la mente... y CARPE DIEM para todos :) ( )
  Glire | Jun 22, 2016 |
Amazing book! No review can ever describe how much I loved this book. My heart is beating so fast and Camryn and Andrew are all I can think about. Again, truly amazing! ( )
  crisana | Jun 2, 2016 |
Re-read this one in preparation for The Edge of Always.

I'd forgotten a lot of the story, and also how much I enjoyed the story the first time around. The first half is sweet... girl meets boy on bus... I love stories that show how two people go from strangers to inseparable. The second half is pretty angsty, and the scene with Andrew and his mom- when you finally know what he's hiding- is heart wrenching. The end was sweet, and now I'm looking forward to part 2. ( )
  BethanyMoore | May 13, 2016 |
Didn't love this book as much as everyone else seems to but I did like it. I liked the characters and the premise. The beginning was actually really annoying and slow and boring, I almost didn't continue but once I got to the actually bus voyage then the real story seemed to start. Still as much as each situation was fun and slightly beautiful, I felt that is was slow in tempo and occasionally overly descriptive. These are all about personal preferences though. ( )
  mashiaraqcs | Mar 29, 2016 |
This review was originally posted on Bookish Things & More5 Reasons to read The Edge of Never

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  BookishThings | Mar 23, 2016 |
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Setting out on her own for a new life, twenty-year-old Camryn Bennett boards a Greyhound bus alone. Though determined never to fall in love, she meets Andrew Parrish, a man much like herself, and a man with a dark secret. Will Andrew's secret push them together, or tear them apart?… (more)

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