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Edge of End Jonathan wakes up in a desert his past wiped from his head He s alone having no clue who and what he is where he has come from and where he should go There is only one way forward when he spots a li

  • Title: Edge of End
  • Author: Suren Hakobyan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jonathan wakes up in a desert, his past wiped from his head He s alone having no clue who and what he is, where he has come from and where he should go There is only one way forward when he spots a little town in the distance Empty streets, old houses, the town seems abandoned There s no one to ask for help, there s nowhere to go Jonathan wanders the deserted town iJonathan wakes up in a desert, his past wiped from his head He s alone having no clue who and what he is, where he has come from and where he should go There is only one way forward when he spots a little town in the distance Empty streets, old houses, the town seems abandoned There s no one to ask for help, there s nowhere to go Jonathan wanders the deserted town in search of any sign of life trying to bring his lost memories back, but odd visions haunt him from time to time Soon Jonathan comes to the realization that he s moments from death as absolutely evil dwells in the town seeking fresh souls The seemingly dead town is only outwardly empty Grey skies, no sun, no days and no nights The town is stuck in time With only one entrance and one exit, but the way leading to the exit is filled with creations that Jonathan has never envisioned, even in his worst nightmares Who is he Who brought him here With a female resident Elizabeth, Jonathan has to work his way through the horrendous town, figure out his past and find the exit.

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    1. Kaora on said:

      I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from the author. I found myself drawn to the cover, and when I read the synopsis I was hooked. The problem? 1 copy in the giveaway and a LOT of entries. So when the author emailed me I was excited to give this a try.My first thoughts when reading it was that it was very clear that English was a second language to the author. Some of the sentences were a tad bit awkward. How was it possible for me to bear such mighty power? With one f [...]

    2. SonyaA. on said:

      I received e-book from author in exchange for an honest review.I really enjoyed reading this book. It has been written so well with each detail described so amazingly. Love the battles between characters and their demons for second chance in life. Will they get second chance or not if they did will they be better and change their lives this time?Definitely recommend this to others. Thank you Suren Fant for chance to read your book.

    3. Valentina on said:

      I received this e-book from author in exchange for an honest review.It took me a while to finally read this book.I wasn't in a mood for this kind of novel,and in the end I was nicely surprised with this one.First,since english is not my spoken language,and when I write something in english I make some mistakes,and often use weird words in sentences,so I was able to identify with author's way of writing.It wasn't bad was different and weird.But I love weird books,so it kind of worked for me.This [...]

    4. Dianne on said:

      Win 1 of 3 ecopies!Click on Banner to Enter! InternationalHave you lived your life as well as you think? Have you tried to be the best person you can be? Do you think before acting on a selfish deed or do you think, it wasn’t THAT bad… What if you found you had died and were trapped in “town” representing the realm between Heaven and Hell? Everyone has their own special house, your private hell? With his memories gone, lost in a barren landscape, one man finds his perceived salvation may [...]

    5. Sarah on said:

      I received an ebook copy of this story from the author after I entered the giveaway for this book and did not win. At first I had received an unedited copy, but a few days later the author emailed me to provide the final edited copy of the novel, which is what I am reviewing here.Edge of End is a story about a man who wakes up in the desert with no memory. He stumbles into a town that seems completely abandoned. In the town he finds a woman named Elizabeth who is in the same predicament, no memo [...]

    6. ♫✯Em loves Hollenstein✯♫❤the summertime and butterflies all belong to your creation❤ on said:

      I got a free copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.The cover and synopsis pulled me in. And it mostly delivered my expectations- except that it was a bit slow, and took a while to actually get into. The story sometimes lagged, and I often took breaks from it to do other things, but I eventually did get into the book a bit more.The writing was okay, especially considering that English was not the authors first language, and I ended up liking the book- I just wish it was a bit more [...]

    7. SuperHeroQwimm on said:

      I would like to thank the author again for sending me this book. I always love these opportunities.I want to start off by saying I loved the concept of this book. This was unlike anything I have read and that alone made it interesting. The main character Jonathan woke up in an unearthly desert not remembering anything of his past just outside of a town that held demons trying to kill him. He ran into obstacle after obstacle to get thru this town that is basically a pre hell purgatory trying to g [...]

    8. Nandini on said:

      I received this as an e-book in exchange for an honest review from the author.When I started reading the book, I was pretty much excited because the synopsis seemed intriguing and it gave me a somewhat The Maze Runner feel. Moreover, it had quite a lot of 5-star reviews too and that just increased my excitement. However, I guess it just wasn't my cup of tea. It wasn't terrible, per say, but there were a bit too many faults in it which I couldn't overlook:1. The writing style. Okay, the writing s [...]

    9. Anna (Enchanted by YA) on said:

      3.5 STARS***(I Received the eBook free as a review copy from the author in exchange for an honest review)***This book was strange to put it lightly! It follows the story of Jonathan who is basically dumped in the middle of nowhere with no memories and no idea what to do next. This is all the synopsis says and I think this is the kind of book where it works well when you go into the book without much knowledge so you work it all out while reading and can guess as much as you want as you go along. [...]

    10. Sabina Manolache on said:

      I received an electronic version in exchange of an honest review. Are you kidding me??? I am never going to read reviews of the book before reading the book. I saw all the 2-3 stars reviews and I clicked on the book with half heart "I'm going to waste my time on another ordinary bad-written book." You have to be joking I told myself as I went through the first page. I have recently read a book who was 5 stars on and I can tell you it was kitsch, full of clichees, I felt like I wasted two days o [...]

    11. Brooke on said:

      I received this ebook via the author Suren Fant in exchange for a honest review.I entered into this giveaway with the hopes of winning this book Edge of End and im really happy that i got a chance to read it before hand.I can honestly say that i rated this a two stars out of a five, because i was just disappointedis book is about a man named jonathon or so we presume to come to know, because he wakes up in this town called morfinis meaning Deaths End with no clue as to who he is or who he was by [...]

    12. Nadya Anette on said:

      It feels like watching those really bad movies it's pure enjoyment ;)Some thoughts:1. The first few pages feels like dejavu from reading that one particular famous book/movie.2. As everybody had mentioned in their reviews, YES this book will definitely benefit from PROPER editorial, considering some linguistics misses and things that could've been described much better, much more or much less, with proper editorial. (ex: cultural differences in describing something in different languages, on and [...]

    13. Susan on said:

      This book would benefit greatly from a good editor. The language used was awkward and often incorrect words were used like in a bad translation. I could overlook this if the story was enjoyable but it really wasn't. It was offensively misogynistic. Our hero Jonathan saves the Elizabeth from being raped by a monster. Unsurprisingly, her shirt is ripped off in the struggle. After ogling her assets (seriously) he is a gentleman and gives her his shirt. As the story continues, Elizabeth shrieks and [...]

    14. Rebecca on said:

      Got offered this book in exchange for a review from the author via !OMG! Wow this book was actually amazing and right up my alley I just enjoyed it so much.It was fast paced full of action, and mystery and I had no idea how the ending was going to turn out from the way the plot was paced with action right to the end. I also love how cause of what happened here this guy was able to have a second chance at life and change it around for the better!Great characters too I just overall can't put into [...]

    15. Dawn on said:

      "Edge of End" isn't so much about second chances, as about realising your mistakes, fighting hard to put them right, taking control of your life and moving on. There's a little bit of Suren Fant's "Jonathan" in all of us.The story line is easy to follow, but that's not to say the story itself is simple. If you're just reading for entertainment, you'll probably miss the best parts. On the other hand, if you like to think about what you're reading, you'll get a great deal more out of this book.The [...]

    16. Yasamin Seifaee on said:

      I received this e-book from the author in exchange for an honest review.First of all i wanted to thank Suren Hakobyan for giving me a chance to read his book.I really dont get it why people gave this book low ratings, because i think it was such an amazing book. i really liked the idea about the afterlife. and it taught me that i should appreciate the time I'm living in because not all of us are given second chances.The only thing that bothered me a little was the writing style but fortunately i [...]

    17. Julie Powell on said:

      I was given this book for review and found it interesting, intriguing and thought provoking.It is about a man who is thrust into the unknown, his memories lost and must battle the mystery of his surroundings and the creatures within - but is he battling himself?This story is unusual and although some of the English needs attention, its style and flow are very good and held my interest until the end.A good read, which explore lessons on the meaning of life and how we live it - can we change and w [...]

    18. Debbie Carnes on said:

      I really liked this book, it was different then most paranormal books.It make you really think, most enjoyable

    19. Catherine on said:

      Edge of End by Suren Hakobyan is about a man who finds himself alone in a desert. He can't remember anything about who he is or why he is here, but the nearby town seems to hold all the clues he needs to get back his memory. Though, he can't seem to find anyone to answer his questions. Eventually, he meets Elizabeth and Malcolm, other residents of this town that provide lackluster answers, and unfortunately their presence can only offer more questions.I like the beginning of the book; it draws u [...]

    20. Agnieszka Kubicka on said:

      UPDATE:So as it turns out, after corresponding with the author, I had received the unedited version of this book the first time round. Therefore, my review about the grammar issues no longer applies.After reading the official copy, I now raise my Rating from 2 to 3.5 stars. Although the grammar and editing was much better in the official version, my opinions about the characters and story have not changed.Even though I personally did not enjoy this book that much, I know many people that would f [...]

    21. Angela Crawford on said:

      From the Description:Jonathan wakes up in a desert, his past wiped from his head. He’s alone having no clue who and what he is, where he has come from and where he should go. There is only one way – forward when he spots a little town in the distance. Empty streets, old houses, the town seems abandoned. There’s no one to ask for help, there’s nowhere to go. Jonathan wanders the town in search of any sign of life trying to bring his lost memories back, but odd visions haunt him from time [...]

    22. Rose Gluck on said:

      This book is told from the perspectives of Jonathan, a middle age man who awakens in an austere, God-forsaken place. He has no memory of himself or where he's been. He questions what this place is. Is it death? A place where human experiments are conducted? There is no way for him to understand because , just as he encounters a person or a place which may hold the answers, things turn nightmarish and confusing. His frustration and confusion is palatable. The rich descriptions are were beautiful [...]

    23. Cassie on said:

      **I was given a free electronic version of this book in exchange for a review.**This is the story of a man named Johnathan who finds himself in god knows where without any memories. Honestly, I feel like this is one of those books that it's best to go into without much knowledge, so that's all I'll say.For the most part, I enjoyed 'Edge of End' but I do have a few problems with this book. First, the writing is a bit clunky, but it doesn't make the story difficult to understand. Keep in minenglis [...]

    24. Alexia Salazar on said:

      I received this in exchange of a honest review.I really don't know how to start this. I like it, but a the same time i didn't. I think it was a great idea for a book but I also think it wasn't well developed. I think it was really fast, not much details, and in a lot of situations it all resolve really easy in my opinion.The things I really like about the book.Malcom, I think it was a great character, it was my favorite character.The idea of the town with houses that are like your own prision.Th [...]

    25. Amanda on said:

      Suren Fant is becoming one of my favorite authors really fast. Not only is he a good writer, but he is also an extremely nice man.He sent me this book so that I can give it an honest review.I started reading this and I just couldn't put it down. I don't want to give away much of the story line, this book is unique to me. I guess it helps that some of the ideas in there are how I feel as well. It was well written and there was a lot of detail to every action. Suren Fant paints a very clear pictur [...]

    26. Marissa on said:

      I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review (LoP or Lovers of Paranormal).Edge of End is the story of man who suddenly wakes up in an unfamiliar world with no apparent way out and no memory of who he is. This world he's thrown into is full of malevolent forces out to prevent him from leaving. Along the way, he meets various characters who help him understand the ways of the world and how to escape. A multitude of questions are answered on this journey, to include what purpose [...]

    27. Gotherella BioVenom on said:

      This was not what I had expected it to be.I went into this thinking it was a dystopian, end of the world, last people alive type scenario, but I was very wrong.This was a really unique storyline, not something I've read before, and I really enjoyed it. I loved the ending, I loved the growth of the main character. And it is always refreshing to see a book that's not afraid to have the main character be a monster, a horrible person. I think that is why I loved watching him grow and learn so much, [...]

    28. Akalaej on said:

      I received this book for free in exchange from an honest review from the author.I really enjoyed this book. It was a unique story and not like any other that I have read before. The Story was fast paced, full of action and mystery. It was written well and with all the scenes described brilliantly. I loved the characters and by the end I was rooting for them. I really enjoyed the character development that ensued throughout the book. I loved the demons and the battle that the characters faced in [...]

    29. Kerry on said:

      A second chance, yet how often do you actually get that? In this world of Greed, hatred, liars, cheaters and the "man" who will do anything to get what he wants including killing how can one change? He has to want it with all his heart. This book will keep you guessing as to what lies ahead and what a second chance just might cost you. You may even get a glimpse of what kind of evil may even be waiting in the wings for those of us who try to succeed and those of us who fail. Great read, Highly r [...]

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