On the Edge - Ilona Andrews Reviews
Description:ISBN 0441017800 / Mass Market Paperback: 326 pages / Publisher: Ace Books / Published: 29 Sep 2009
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by - written on 25/03/13 (Very useful, 78 readings)
The question was asked recently as to what was the opposite of urban fantasy. Ilona Andrews, the author of The Edge series claims this is it, and she calls it rustic fantasy. I can't argue that that's about the closest anyone has come to finding a name for this kind of fantasy which is neither fish nor fowl nor good red meat. All I can say is that if this is anything to go by, it makes for a darn good read. The Edge is a strange and sometimes dangerous land sandwiched between the Broken, that mundane place where people work a job and shop at Walmart, and the Weird, a world ruled by blue blooded aristocrats with highly evolved magical abilities. The people ... Read the complete review
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