Book Review: No matter how far a person runs, the past always finds a way into the present.

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The Edge of Never by J.A.  Redmerski

No matter how far a person runs, the past always finds a way into the present.
When life deals tragedy after tragedy to twenty-year old Camryn, she does the logical thing; escape her surroundings, escape her life
Sometimes in order to move past one’s problems, it takes recognizing pain in someone else.
Twenty-four year old Andrew sees through Camryn’s facade of independence. He silently becomes her protector unbeknownst to her.
As they  journey together across the U.S., the defensive walls become more and more transparent as they heal each other.
Author Redmerski crafted a story to pull the reader into the journey. She doesn’t dwell on what caused Camryn’s pain, but how she deals with it.  She inserted just the right amount of conflict and turmoil to keep the pages turning all the way to a twist ending.
Overall, it was an enjoyable read with well rounded characters, interesting setting description and a plot you’ll want to stay with until the end. Well worth a five star review.
To see other works  by  J.A Redmerski visit her website at  http://jessicaredmerski.com/
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