Monday, March 25, 2013

Blog Tour: Edge of the Falls Review

Book Info:
Edition: ebook 
Pages: 300
Published by: Andrews-Hale 
Release date: March 12th 2013 
Genre: New Adult, Dystopian, Romance
Synopsis:
Sabah always knew where she belonged—with Berg—and what was expected of her—to care for the other children the Mistress took in.

But when a ban-wolf saves her life, things begin to change.

Arjun isn’t like the other ban-wolves, the savage creatures that are barely human. He’s gentle and furious and as Sabah spends time with him, she can’t seem to get him out of her mind. But in a world of darkness, control, and danger, is there a place for two outcasts?

A romantic retelling of Beauty and the Beast in a dark dystopia.
  
My Review:

I received a copy for an honest review.

It took me a while to write this review so here it goes. I loved this book. This book is absolutely phenomenal in every way. The story line was unique, the characters were perfect, the danger terrifying. Everything was so unique and well written this book has made it onto my favorite book list.

Sabah since she can remember has lived with Berg and the Mistress as an Exile. Sabah has always had Berg, the boy she has come to love and know since they found each other in the woods so long ago. She also takes care of the Mistress's house and the children in it. Training them to find a rare plant, teaching them how to be proper, as a mother would.

However, everything is changing around her. Sabah knows the Mistress is keeping secrets, after all why would she want a plant so badly as to risk the health and well-being of the children she worked so hard to save and keep? Soon Sabah realizes that she may not have Berg after all as he begins to show more and more favor for their Mistress. She also wants nothing to do with raising the children to die and risk their lives.

When one day Sabah goes to spend time alone and almost falls to her death she is saved by a ban-wolf a creature that she was told to fear. After being saved by the ban –wolf with white hair he’s all se can think about. After countless meetings together and realizing they are more alike than she would have ever thought Arjun the ban-wolf becomes the only part of Sabah’s life that makes sense.

During one of their nightly encounters Arjun and Sabah get into an argument, leaving Sabah alone with the fear he would never return she races after him into the dark woods where genetically altered creatures lurk behind every tree, and rock. When Sabah nearly dies in her search for Arjun she is saved by a pack of ban-wolves.

Now after being saved by the ban-wolf pack she realizes she must go back to try and find what it is that the Mistress has been working on all these years. For it could be the key to the ban-wolfs freedom from the curse that has been put upon them, but also the key to Sabah’s doom.

The only problem with leaving is she has grown to love being around the ban-wolf clan and finds herself deeply in love with Arjun the beast to her beauty.
Like I said at the beginning I loved this book. I think it’s absolutely amazing and wonderful in every way. I have never read a better retelling of Beauty and the Beast. This novel is perfect and I cannot wait for the second novel. The writing in this novel is superlative the characters amazing. I loved Arjun and Sabah’s relationship and even them as characters. Arjun is a complete loving gentleman who can turn into a fierce and protective beast at any second. Sabah is strong, loyal, and will do anything and everything to find protect the ones she loves.

I believe everyone should read this book. I completely loved it and I know I will be reading this book over and over again for a long time!!


Read Chapter 1--> HERE!


About the Author:
Nazarea Andrews is an avid reader and tends to write the stories she wants to read. She loves chocolate and coffee almost as much as she loves books, but not quite as much as she loves her kids. She lives in south Georgia with her husband, daughters, and overgrown dog.


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