March 13, 2014

{Review} The Edge of Falling by @RebeccaSerle {Giveaway} @simonteen

The Edge of FallingGrowing up in privileged, Manhattan social circles, Caggie’s life should be perfect, and it almost was until the day that her younger sister drowned when Caggie was supposed to be watching her. Stricken by grief, Caggie pulls away from her friends and family, only to have everyone misinterpret a crucial moment when she supposedly saves a fellow classmate from suicide. Now she’s famous for something she didn’t do and everyone lauds her as a hero. But inside she still blames herself for the death of her sister and continues to pull away from everything in her life, best friend and perfect boyfriend included. Then Caggie meets Astor, the new boy at school, about whom rumours are swirling and known facts are few. In Astor she finds someone who just might understand her pain, because he has an inner pain of his own. But the more Caggie pulls away from her former life to be with Astor, the more she realises that his pain might be darker, and deeper, than anything she’s ever felt. His pain might be enough to end his life…and Caggie’s as well.

  About the Author

Rebecca Serle is the author of When You Were Mine, and is an obsessive lover of all things pop culture. She blogs about The Vampire Diaries for New York Magazine’s Vulture, and can be found on Twitter @RebeccaASerle. She, like Caggie, lives in Manhattan—just far from the Upper East Side.

Sorry ill redo this review here in a few days. My back is screaming at me the more I type.  So this one was wonderful.  Thought provoking and a little more on the serious side of the teen scene. I really enjoyed the character trials as the story progressed and Caggie's journey.

"*I received a copy of this book for free to review, this in no way influenced my review, all opinions are 100% honest and my own."
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I haven't heard anything about this one and I don't know why because it sounds really good! In fact, I actually thought this was an adult novel! I'm glad I saw this post. Thanks for the giveaway!

As always, you introduce books I haven't heard of and sound good. so thank you!

I like the cover model's shoes... just saying.

I've been looking forward to reading this ever since I first saw the cover.

I am always up for a book about feelings, and guilt and characters that feel sad.

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