Edge of Escape was different from other books. It was a mix of things that alone might not have made it stand out, but together, it does. The first is that it went from present, past, and future. The second was that the supposed bad guy wasn't all that bad, a bit deluded, and from a bad homestead. You felt sorry for Eddie, he had a hard time in life, and he really didn't know what he was doing was wrong. Plus it was just really funny, the way that she would escape, he would figure that out, try and find her again, and she got caught again, and he would wander off again, and it was just funny, she thought he was tormenting her, he was just wanted to explain things fully to her, but just never had the chance. It was hilarrious from the readers perspective!
I loved Eddie and Rebecca, they were just really great, and they were part of what made this book so great! I really enjoyed reading this book, I hope you guys'll check it out!
This was a pretty good book. I enjoyed reading it, and it was pretty quick. The language was a bit formal, but that might just be me, I'm technically not an adult, but yeah.
Other then that, I thought that this was an original idea, and it was one that I really liked, and I liked reading about it, and it was a good, solid plot.