The Brink of Darkness by Jeff Giles is a book that I had been highly anticipating since I finished The Edge of Everything, and this instalment is definitely more X-centric. I enjoyed the setting and the main characters, but I was disappointed with the slow pacing. The book was still enjoyable, however, I wish I could have enjoyed it as much as I had been hoping. Continue reading
Author: Jeff Giles
Jeff Giles grew up in Cohasset, Massachusetts. Most recently, he was the deputy managing editor of Entertainment Weekly, where he oversaw all coverage of movies and books, including the magazine’s championing of YA fiction. Jeff has written for Rolling Stone and The New York Times Books Review. He also coauthored The Terrorist’s Son, a nonfiction book that won an Alex Award from the American Library Association and has since been translated into more than a dozen languages. While reporting on the Lord of the Rings movies for Newsweek, Jeff was invited to be an extra in The Return of the King. He played a Rohan soldier, and–because he didn’t have a beard or mustache–they glued yak hair to his face. Jeff lives with his family in Montana.
Review: The Edge of Everything by Jeff Giles
The Edge of Everything by Jeff Giles is a supernatural book that intrigued me. This is a story about a bounty hunter from hell who falls in love with a regular girl from our world, and the main characters are both enjoyable. There is also a theme of family, and I couldn’t help but love the main character’s little brother. This is different from anything I’ve read before, and I would recommend it to those looking for something new. Continue reading