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The Edge of Recall

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Landscape architect Tessa Young is searching for God and hoping to make sense of the nightmares that have plagued her since childhood. When she and ... Show synopsis

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  • Good review Nov 17, 2011
    by Stacey S

    Kristen Heitzmann is one of my favorite authors. I do believe I am starting to collect all her books!

  • Labyrinths Jun 30, 2010
    by piafinn

    I wasn't loving this book through the first half because the female character was so touchy, and needy, always calling her psychiatrist to help her cope with stress.
    I also thought it seemed to be heading in a direction I didn't care for, with supernatural mysteries and monsters, etc. But then it changed and I saw the mystery developing and the monster becoming more human.
    In this story, Tessa is struggling to remember a traumatic event from her childhood, related to labyrinths, monsters and her father.
    I also learned the difference between a maze and a labyrinth, as Tessa was a landscape architect who specialized in labyrinths. So what's the difference? In a maze, you exit in a different place than you entered, it has dead ends, and represents confusion. In a labyrinth, you enter and exit the same way, walk familiar patterned pathways to the centre, and it represents peace.
    Now you know, too.

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