Steel’s Edge (excerpt)

By Ilona Andrews

Book cover: Steel's EdgeSo, Rebecca has previously reviewed the third book in Ilona Andrew’s Edge Series, and in her review she wrote that she thought each book in the series was better than the preceding one, which I disagreed with. The third book was actually my least favorite and had pretty much convinced me to bow out of this series.

Then, I was bored one day and noticed that Andrews had posted a lengthy excerpt from the brand new fourth book, Steel’s Edge, on her website; I figured it couldn’t hurt to read it, just to congratulate myself on my decision not to read any more of them.

However, as you have probably noticed from this lead-in, it is really good! Each books features a male protagonist introduced in a previous book and a new female protagonist, and I was almost immediately interested in the new female character. Both characters are also in their early- to mid-30s, which is both refreshing and increasingly more relatable to me. I’m now very much looking forward to reading this one, though I’m at least sticking to my guns on not buying it, so I’ll await the library.

—Anna

5 comments on “Steel’s Edge (excerpt)

  1. Rebecca says:

    Ha-ha-ha! And yeah, I’ve already placed a hold on it at my library for whenever it comes in.

    • Anna says:

      I am too lazy to place a hold on it (which I understand is very, very lazy), so I’m simply waiting until your hold comes and you read the book in the first three days of the two weeks you’ll have it for.

  2. Kinsey says:

    So I finally got around to reading this (cross-country plane flights allow for lots of Kindle catch up) and I agree that it was really good! I liked the older protagonists and I liked seeing more of the Weird. I’m actually kind of sad that there won’t be any more books in this series, because I would love to hear more about the ex-Marine.

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