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  • Elizabeth George
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  • 13 October 2020
  • 9781101590584

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The Edge of Nowhere summary ï 108 Er ability to hear “whispers” the thoughts of others Becca is on the run from her stepfather whose criminal activities she has discovered Stranded and alone Becca is soon befriended by Derric a Ugan. Save me from authors writing out of their comfort zonesElizabeth George is trying too hard to become a young adult author The author who won me over with her Inspector Lynley series has suddenly decided to try her hand at a paranormal mystery and romance Versatile authors like James Patterson have done this successfully Elizabeth George has not Her writing is too stylised for young adult fiction Her painful attention to detail does not work here The 496 page novel in hard cover is far too longBecca King arrives on Whidbey Island near Seattle She is fleeing from her crazy step father Becca can hear other people s thoughts and she has heard too many of Jeff Corrie s Her mother contacts a friend on the island who will look after Becca Unfortunately she learns her Aunt Carol has passed away when she arrives Alone she moves into a motel called The Cliff where she discovers that the island hides many secrets than she could have imagined I don t recommend this book A Magnificent Farce and Other Diversions of a Book Collector of Pièces rosesHumulus le muet ; Le Bal des voleurs ; Le rendez vous de Senlis ; Léocadia others Becca is نقد الحداثة on the run from her stepfather whose criminal activities she has discovered Stranded and alone Becca is soon befriended by Derric a Ugan. Save me from authors writing Les sortilèges du bondage japonais out Padre Pio, prières et neuvaines of their comfort zonesElizabeth George is trying too hard to become a young adult author The author who won me Fanatical Prospecting: The Ultimate Guide to Opening Sales Conversations and Filling the Pipeline by Leveraging Social Selling, Telephone, Email, Text, & Cold Calling over with her Inspector Lynley series has suddenly decided to try her hand at a paranormal mystery and romance Versatile authors like James Patterson have done this successfully Elizabeth George has not Her writing is too stylised for young adult fiction Her painful attention to detail does not work here The 496 page novel in hard cover is far too longBecca King arrives McNally's Secret on Whidbey Island near Seattle She is fleeing from her crazy step father Becca can hear The Key Diary of a Mad Old Man other people s thoughts and she has heard too many Preserving on Paper: Seventeenth-Century Englishwomen's Receipt Books of Jeff Corrie s Her mother contacts a friend Protocoalele sedintelor de spiritism on the island who will look after Becca Unfortunately she learns her Aunt Carol has passed away when she arrives Alone she moves into a motel called The Cliff where she discovers that the island hides many secrets than she could have imagined I don t recommend this book

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The Edge of Nowhere summary ï 108 Whidbey Island may be only a ferry ride from Seattle but it’s a world apart When Becca King arrives there she doesn’t suspect the island will become her home for the next four years Put at risk by h. I came across The Edge of Nowhere as I was browsing one evening in a local bookstore I initially pulled it off the shelf because I wondered whether this Elizabeth George was the author of the Inspector Lynley novels I was unaware she had written a young adult novel and after reading the flap of the book I decided this sounded right up my alley I m so glad her name drew me in I particularly loved one book in the Inspector Lynley series and this book reminded me of the things I like best about Elizabeth George s writingThe Edge of Nowhere s protagonist is Becca King a nearly fifteen year old with a new name new identity and new locale Becca is a likable character to spend time with She struggles to see her own value alternately trusts and mistrusts new friends and is fiercely loyal to those who help her along the wayI particularly enjoyed the way this book had me wondering who I could trust and who I shouldn t trust Yet this sense of not uite knowing was an enjoyable mind game not a traumatic experience One gift of reading young adult novels is that their content tends to be easier to digest particularly in the arena of mysteries and thrillersIn addition to offering a good character in Becca King The Edge of Nowhere is set on Whidbey Island Whidbey is the kind of island I would love to explore on bike on foot alone or with a loved one The island and it s landscape and character are an integral part of this book I could imagine the gray skies the tree lined hills the uiet forested woodsIf you have a teen or nearly teen that enjoys a good mystery I highly recommend this one The mystery is a good one but is presented without introducing themes I don t want my young daughters to encounter I enjoyed my time between the pages of this book and it made me long for a slower pace of life like that portrayed on Whidbey Island Maybe I m cut out to live on The Edge of Nowhere than I would have imagined The Waves only a ferry ride from Seattle but it’s a world apart When Becca King arrives there she doesn’t suspect the island will become her home for the next four years Put at risk by h. 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The Edge of Nowhere summary ï 108 Don orphan adopted by a local family; Seth a kindhearted musician and high school dropout; Debbie a recovering alcoholic who takes her in; and Diana with whom Becca shares a mysterious psychic connectio. This book breaks out of a lot of YA tropes not deliberately subverting them but rather Elizabeth George writes mysteries for adults and it shows This is mostly good Adults are helpful and kind children are well meaning and energetic if still children The mystery is well written well plotted and makes senseThe problems I have are first the incredibly bizarrely grafted mind reading plotline It didn t add much to the story the bits where it was used could have been done another way and it didn t make much sense I can only assume that is planned in the future should this series continue Second the stupid way pronunciation is written We know that most Americans elide the vowel in can and the first one in suppose and in many other words there s no reason to consistently write them in speech as c n and s pose It s distracting and adds nothing when everyone says things like that Third the weird use of technology Sure Laurel would have bought disposable cell phones but no one who is even slightly intelligent will buy them with a credit card when on the run from their murderous and wealthy spouse This strains credibility too much and unfortunately a lot of the plot depends on it Also when we re buying these disposable phones we re not also agreeing to set up secret email accounts so we can contact each other A recent one of her adult novels had the same problem where characters didn t use technology like actual people doIt s fine really it s a solid YA mystery which is a genre that deserves books in it but it has aspects that really need fixing