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The Edge of Recall by Kristen Heitzmann
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May 02, 2011

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(Genre:Christian fiction/suspense/romance) An entertaining read, although I did have to suspend logic and reality in several places. But I guess that is what makes it fiction.....

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message 1: by Kristen (new) - added it

Kristen Tucker Thanks for the review. I have enjoyed some her other books. I will have to check this one out.

Darla Rats, I should have given you a longer review! When I am pressed for time, I lose the desire to type out a real review. I'll have to go back through your books to see what other ones of her that you liked. I enjoyed her storytelling enough to try her again, despite the stretching of reality. :)

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Teri i loved her first series about an italian young woman who moves to colorado. it was a historical fiction which i love. her most recent was psychotic i thought. i think that i have read all of hers and would rate them on average 3.5 stars

Darla Maybe that psychotic book was this one! It definitely had some psychotic elements. :) This was a low 3 for me. Entertaining, but the main character always needs her shrink and has spent time in a mental hospital, so she was hard to relate to during the first part of the book.

message 5: by Teri (new)

Teri i just read the summary for this book. forgot about it (or blocked it from my memory? :>) but i agree with the low 3! but her most recent is even more weird! sewing live animals together for practice so the main character's sister can do it on herself and her sister. sick! wonder why kristen has gone this direction in her writing? didn't bother reviewing it, because i didn't think it was worth reading...

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Kristen Tucker I have read her more historical ones -- The Rose Legacy (1&2)and Secrets (1&2). I also really enjoyed her more modern day, mystery/thriller (though I rarely tend to touch that genre, since I can't handle the suspense -- ends in chewed off fingernails and late nights. But Freefall and Halos were a fun read. Those were the only ones our local library carried and so I have not looked into any more of hers.....but maybe I will if you enjoyed any of her others.

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