The Edge of the Water

The Edge of the Water

Book - 2014
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Fifteen-year-old Jenn McDaniel's life on Whidbey Island becomes more complicated and her relationships with old and new friends take strange turns, partly due to the arrival of a woman researching a strange black seal.
Publisher: New York : Viking, an imprint of Penguin Group (USA), ©2014.
ISBN: 9780142426746
9780670012978
0670012971
Characteristics: 440 pages ;,22 cm

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Jan 28, 2017

Of all the books in this series, I have enjoyed this one the most even though I am not a particular fan of paranormal fiction.

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daeb
May 28, 2014

Not anywhere as good as George's work usually is, but not horrible.

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GuyN
Mar 26, 2014

I am a bit a sucker for this series, partially because I love Whidbey Island so, and partially because the whisper of paranormal weaving gently through the story is rather well done. I find some of the characters rather like cariacatures, and some of the teens to be improbably stubborn about not telling the truth to anyone, even their best friends. There are two more books to go, apparently, but there is an end to each one. I was actually on Whidbey when I finished reading this one. I'm not sure teens will feel well represented by the teen characters, but the storyline spins its spell and the sense of place is quite vivid.

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