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Published May 1st by Leisure Books first published Oct 18, Mark R. Edgewise, Graham Masterton 9 38 Jul 17, May 29, Lavell rated it liked it.

Once you’ve picked up Edgewise you’re unlikely to want to put it down. That’s another thing, fair enough traumatising children can make for good horror elements but the things these children go through are far too much – they’d be in an asylum.

His wife and agent Wiescka died on 27 Aprilaged Paperbackpages. To ask other readers questions about Edgewiseplease sign up.

You know what happened to a couple of other characters. Lily is soon drawn into the destructive A vengeful Sioux spirit wreaks havoc in Minneapolis – When her children are kidnapped, in desperation Lily Blake seeks the services of a Mwsterton shaman, who summons up the Indian spirit, Wendigo, to find them.

This novel was adapted in for the film The Manitou. I read this book as a read along with several people and this is now my third time reading it.

He is the one whose books I have discovered in my father’s library during my teenage years and whose imaginative writing has started my insatiable taste for horror books. He sends some people after her, to burn her alive after kidnapping the kids.

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Graham Masterton

Also, the plot was a bit predictable AND the main character was incredibly annoying. An entertaining thrill ride.

This book didn’t mastwrton the punch I’ve come to expect from Graham Masterton. Masterton currently lives in Surrey, England. I love Graham Masterton’s work, always have, he can really do no wrong, he’s such a great imaginative author and his books are always such reliably good reads. How menacing is that cover?

Now she has become the prey, hunted by a spirit no one can see, but which she knows is there. Otherwise, I loved Rgaham and Kellogg.

Edgewise by Graham Masterton

To view it, click here. Sep 11, Robb Bridson rated it really liked it. Overall a decent maasterton, it held my interest and kept me reading, which is all you can really ask of a mass market paperback horror novel. Oct 20, Di rated it really liked it Shelves: Good story, interesting characters and a very quick read. Not the gragam thing I’ve read by Masterton, but a good time, none the less. I found the book disappointing, and lacking a character whom I liked.

He is a regular contributor to Cosmopolitan, Men’s Health, Woman, Woman’s Own and other mass-market self-improvement magazines. It follows the tale of a mother who encounters ancient Native American forces and will do anything and everything within her power to When you pick up a Graham Masterton book, you are probably expecting a supernatural tale, which has a few twists, but on the whole is just an enjoyable and well crafted tale.

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See, this woman’s in real estate and could have the ability to hand over to the local tribe a piece of land stolen from them years ago.

I pretty much guessed what was gonna happen anyways. Recommended for any fan of the supernatural or horror genres. I liked the idea of the story, but found the wife too naive and too forgiving in what happened to her. Mar 31, Kasia rated it it was amazing. Retrieved from ” https: Bit while the protagonist is hunted down by the forest spirit, you can forget the book’s weaknesses.

At the age of 24, Graham was appointed executive editor of both Penthouse and Penthouse Forum magazines. A weird and suspenseful tale, drawing on Native American folklore not sure how much is authentic and how much made up by the author. InMasterton published Rules of Duela short novel from the early s that he wrote in collaboration with Mastertpn S. He has also written horror novels for children House of Bones, Hair-Raiser and has just finished the fifth volume in a very popular series for young adults, Rook, based on the adventures of an idiosyncratic remedial English teacher in a Los Angeles community college who has the facility to see ghosts.

View all 5 comments. The ending is where I had trouble enjoying.