Mapping the Edge
1 journaler for this copy...
"Part of what makes 'Mapping the Edge' so compulsive is that it functions with real confidence and assurance on several levels. Two thrillers are interwoven with the gradually accumulating tension of those left behind, arousing complementary anxieties and exploring the darkness at the heart of Junant's characters'....'It is so easy to see why Dunnant chose the strategy of duelling stories -the missing, by their nature, invite multiple explanations. And she pulls off the difficult narrative tricks with considerable technical skill, aided by a clean prose style and a deft hand for characterisation'....'This page-turner offers us two alternative answers, both equally compelling and convincing.'
Unique story structure...suspenseful. Good read.
Journal Entry 2
Applebee's Neighborhood Restaurant Lacewood Drive in Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada on Sunday, January 08, 2006
Released 13 yrs ago (1/8/2006 UTC) at Applebee's Neighborhood Restaurant Lacewood Drive in Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada
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