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The Edge of Never [Kindle Edition]

J. A. Redmerski
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (682 customer reviews)

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The hottest New Adult novel that everyone’s talking about - and you’re already dying to read - a NEW YORK TIMES, WALL STREET JOURNAL and USA TODAY bestseller

Twenty-year-old Camryn has always felt different from everyone else around her – not content to be tied down by life's conventions, she’s always known that she wants a life less ordinary. But when tragedy forces her to abandon her plans, she vows never to let her walls down again – and never to fall in love.

But one night in the hottest club in town, her world is turned upside down. Desperate to escape, Camryn packs up the bare necessities and boards the next Greyhound bus leaving town, to find the true self she knows is out there. What she finds instead is a young man who is more like her than she knows. Andrew Parrish needs to find himself too, and harbours his own dark secrets…

Zig-zagging across the country together, Camryn finds herself doing things she never imagined, as Andrew shows her what it’s like to live by your own rules and what it feels like to give in to her deepest, darkest desires. Before she knows it, he’s become the centre of her world. But as the electric love and lust between them intensifies, a dark shadow is looming. Will Andrew’s secret push them together – or tear them apart?

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‘A sensual, pulse-racing romp that's bound to have you lusting for more! Will give you goosebumps – in a good way…’ REVEAL

‘I could not put The Edge of Never down. This is one of the best books I have read this year and I am sure this book will be one that is talked about as much as Twilight/Fifty Shades was!’ REA BOOK REVIEW

‘Amazing! I know it sounds like the typical boy meets girl story but please believe me when I say it is so much more. Much, much more.’ Besotted with BookS

About the Author

J.A. Redmerski is a Contemporary Fantasy and Young Adult(17+) writer - author of THE DARKWOODS TRILOGY and DIRTY EDEN. She's a werewolf & zombie fanatic, book addict and a happy hermit obsessed with the Universe and AMC's THE WALKING DEAD. She lives in North Little Rock, Arkansas with her three children and a Maltese. Some authors that inspire Jessica are Neil Gaiman, Anne Rice, Cormac McCarthy, Max Brooks, J.K. Rowling, Richard Matheson, William R. Forstchen, Carrie Ryan and Lisa Smedman.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1040 KB
  • Print Length: 481 pages
  • Publisher: Harper (28 Feb. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (682 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #12,169 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not for me 30 May 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
When I first decided to read this book, I didn't exactly know what I would be getting myself into, a lot of the reviews I've read either loved it or hated it, not many were in between. I however am, at the start of the book I hated it. I really disliked the characters and the setting, the only thing I liked about it from the off was Damon, and even after a while I started to hate him (with obvious reason)

Camryn and her best friend Natalie have an argument after a night out, a night that Camryn was forced into. And feeling like the world is resting on her shoulders she decided to get away for a while. Cue her getting a bus tickets to no where in particular, just taking it one day at a time. At first I thought she was really stupid, and I really didn't like the idea of it being a 'live for the moment' type of book considering how much I disliked the beginning, but then she meets Andrew and I know longer cared, because I was transfixed with him from the start.

Andrew Parrish is on a bus journey of his own, and upon seeing a sleezy man staring at what he thinks is an under age Camryn, he sparks up conversation in hopes to protect her, at least until wherever she is going.
Camryn and Andrew have a love hate relationship, they banter and joke and its a purely platonic friendship, at least for the start. Andrew decides that despite his responsibility and the reason that brought him on his journey in the first place, he wouldn't be happy leaving Camryn alone. Thus leads them to travelling together and what not.

Like I've already said, I didn't like the beginning, but the middle really grew on my and I love Andrew's and Camryn's relationship, there was times I thought it was highly annoying though but for the most part I liked it.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
By Mel
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
It's the early hours of Monday morning as I write this review...I had to check that, cos this book pretty much left me with the definite sensation of not knowing whether I was on my head or my ar**, let alone what day it is! I don't quite feel like I've "been s*** on by Satan himself", (funnyas!)...but not far off, I have to say! Talk about emotional wringer! Do yourself a favour, and set yourself a day aside to read this book'll have to because you won't be able to put it down...the clue is in the fact that I'm writing this at stupid O'Clock. Also make sure that you have internet access, so you can YouTube the songs...Laugh? Cry? I nearly died!'ll understand when you've read it, I promise :-) Oh and a box of tissues would be advisable!
I don't want to add any spoilers to the review and don't want to waffle too much...she says wafflin like a waffley thing in a waffle house! Hee! :-) I don't think anything I can say would really do it justice, but what I would like to say, is that this author has definitely been there. She is nothing short of brilliant. Her articulation of an intensity of feeling, that not everybody is lucky enough to experience in a lifetime, is in my opinion, spectacularly spot on.
P.S. I am now a Civil Wars convert, having spent over an hour downloading and listening to their songs :-)
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26 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely fantastic,grab the tissues 1 Jan. 2013
By Finch
Format:Kindle Edition
The tv over Christmas has been so dire that all I've been doing is reading, 3 books yesterday alone. I started to read this book at 6am this morning, reading most of today until completing it about an hour ago. I am telling you this because you will need to be able to dedicate 12 hours of your life to this book once you pick it up and I absolutely urge you to do it. I became totally absorbed to the exclusion of life around me and this author writes with such intensity that you fall under her spell immediately. I won't give the plot away but suffice to say that I have NEVER cried so much whilst reading a book as I did with this one. It wasn't until the reveal was almost upon me that I realised what it was and although it's best that you don't scrutinise the plotline too much it's a breathtakingly beautiful story and I will be recommending it to anyone who will listen.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Edge of Never 8 April 2015
By Claire
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
The Edge of Never tells the story of Camryn and Andrew, two strangers who meet on a bus headed to Idaho, via Wyoming. Camryn is trying to escape her unfortunate past (the fates have dumped a lot in her lap over the past couple of years) and Andrew is travelling across country to visit his dad, who is dying of cancer.

I quite enjoyed this book. It’s told from the dual POV of Camryn and Andrew and although it’s primarily a romance, the author steered clear of instalove - the two characters do some quality sniping at each other when they first meet, which was very amusing. She also didn’t fall back on a love triangle to create tension, and I was so glad. Love triangles are starting to absolutely do my head in. Seriously, if you read much YA or NA fiction, you’d be forgiven for thinking that every girl out there is constantly having to make the tough decision between two hot guys. Because that happens to me, like, every day.

Anyway, that’s what the author doesn’t do. Instead, she builds in tension with Andrew and Camryn’s sad back stories. One of Camryn’s ex-boyfriends died in a car accident and the other turned out to be a bit of a scumbag, so before she meets Andrew she has sworn off men. Andrew, on the other hand, has never met a girl he likes enough to commit to and is now travelling across the country to visit his dad, who is dying of cancer.

I have to say, there was a point in the first few chapters where I thought that this was going to be my first DNF of the year. I didn’t connect with Camryn very much in the early part of the story and I think she made some odd choices, but I’m really glad I stayed with it because she grew a lot as a character once she got on the bus and I started to really enjoy her POV.
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