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Emotional, vividly descriptive & affecting!

AT THE MOUNTAIN’S EDGE by GENEVIEVE GRAHAM is a fascinating, entertaining and wonderful historical fiction novel that totally hooked and captivated me. The setting and premise of this novel intrigued and entertained me, I was totally taken with this tale that is set during the height of the Klondike Gold Rush and it definitely gave me all the feels. 

GENEVIEVE GRAHAM delivers an atmospheric, adventurous, engaging, and well-written read here that is told from two perspectives that has a cinematic feel to it. Liza & Ben were both such great characters that I thoroughly enjoyed and had me feeling so many emotions while I was following them throughout their adventurous journey. The courage, love, hope, loss, heartbreak and perseverance was palpable.

It is so refreshing reading a novel that is set in Canada and full of Canadian history. That was definitely a highlight for me and the beauty of this novel definitely shines through that will leave a lasting impression. 

Norma’s Stats:
Cover: A majestic, lovely, eye-catching, appealing, intriguing and fitting representation to storyline. I find this cover extremely fascinating and beautiful to look at!
Title: Intriguing, interesting, emotive and an effective and significant representation to storyline. 
Writing/Prose: Beautifully written, expressive, passionate, engaging and elegant. I immediately connected with the author’s prose. 
Plot: Detailed, atmospheric, well-researched, interesting, emotive, action-packed, fast-paced, and entertaining.
Ending: A touching ending that I was totally satisfied and happy with. 
Overall: I absolutely loved the adventurous and emotional journey this book took me on! Would highly recommend! 

Thank you so much to NetGalley, Simon & Schuster Canada and Genevieve Graham for the opportunity to read an ARC of this book in exchange for a review.

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