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Apr 17, Daniel rated it liked it. This page was last edited on 22 Octoberat The murder doesn’t go as planned, and the woman contacts the police and is soon working “Edgewise” is a sort of lame title for a pretty decent book. Oct 26, Nora Peevy amsterton it liked it.
Edgewise by Graham Masterton
Oct 18, Mark R. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Graham Masterton. Jul 13, Brian rated it really liked it. A fast moving thriller that had good cadence until the end which, for me,turned a bit into more of a movie ending, but all in all a good book for October spook reads. The ending as usual was great; he never fails to connect all the plots into one tight braid that sometimes leaves something to the imagination after the last page is read. The plot revolves around a woman’s whose ex-husband sends two masked men kidnap his children.
I love Graham Masterton’s work, always have, he can really do no wrong, he’s such a great imaginative author and his books wendigp always such reliably good reads. It had potential for a slightly better ending but ended the way it did. However when she can’t sufficiently pay them for their services things go horribly and fatally wrong. Mar 31, Kasia rated it it was amazing.
There are some pretty shocking scenes, and then there are truly gruesome scenes. I would recommend this story to any horror or thriller fan. As I mentioned I liked the first half and I also liked the descriptions of the wendigo itself, however things get a little too extreme sometimes. I found the book disappointing, and lacking a character whom I liked. I really enjoyed finding out what the title really meant as that is thoroughly intermixed with the story.
You Another great read from Graham Masterton. I read this book as a read along with several people and this is now my third time reading it.
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Want to Read saving…. I enjoyed this one better than the only other Masterton novel I’ve so far read, “Night Wars.
Edgewise is a definite page-turner that provides thrills and some chills. I pretty much guessed what was gonna happen anyways.
This tale begins with a violent intrusion to Lily Blake’s house. Some parts of the story are very graphic though so if you are faint of heart it might not be something you want to read.
Lily is soon drawn into the destructive A vengeful Sioux spirit wreaks havoc in Minneapolis – When her children are kidnapped, in desperation Lily Blake seeks the services of a Sioux shaman, who summons up grahak Indian grsham, Wendigo, to find them.
I love the strong, perservering type, not the defeated, whiny ones that you wanna kill yourself. I really like how it ended as well. Masterton could have done with a better copy editor, but overall, I thought this was quite good. Some of his ideas can be bizarre, as in “Night Warriors”. Apr 07, Matt Garcia rated it it was amazing. The term comes from the Native American spirit monster the Wendigo, and its ability to turn to the side, becoming nearly invisible when standing “edgewise.
Graham Masterton is one of the finest ever horror writers surpassed only by early King and certainly better than most of his overrated peers You know who they are Masterton always delivers and should be rated higher than he is.
The weakness in the book unfortunately is that the human characters are only one-dimensional and some of the dialogue is painfully bad. Edgewise, Graham Masterton 9 38 Jul 17, In this story he returns to one of his favorite themes – Indian legends Recommend this and all his books. Not to mention he didn’t exactly do her a service by failing to provide that title. I read this in one sitting and still loved it just as much as the first time I read it.
I got a used british edition, a former library book from England, meaning this book has traveled further than I have and now it’s all mine: Also, I couldn’t help but think that if this was turned into a movie, Keith Carradine should play John Shooks. Also the FBI agents involved seem under-developed, yet they’re very pivotal to the climax of wwendigo story – I’d have had a bit more development with them. In turn she is lead into a world that is beyond her understanding and is noway prepared for.