Death. Blackmail. Guilt.
At the precipice lies certain doom–or his salvation, if he chooses wisely.
A story of grief, loss, discovery, and redemption.
The greatest enemy lies within.
In this book, human condition is the point.
Purchase links below.
“Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.” ~Victor Hugo.
Genre: psychological suspense, literary fiction, music
Bret may have been dealt a bad hand in life, but ultimately he is his own worst enemy.
Explore the psychology of grief, rejection, abuse, and hope in this suspense novel about a gifted musician who must make some difficult decisions now that he has entered adulthood.
BEYOND THE PRECIPICE is a novel set in the Edmonton/University of Alberta area. It features Edmonton’s exotic winter climate–conditions few major cities in the world experience.
Interpretive Literary Fiction — Psychological Suspense
Character-Driven Reality Fiction
“I think the best stories always end up being about the people rather than the event, which is to say character-driven.” ~Stephen King
Where to buy the book
Dream Write Publishing
(From the publisher)
As of October 2017, Dream Write Publishing (DWP) has published over 90 titles since 2010. Founder and owner Linda J. Pedley was a Community Leader for Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation in 2017. About DWP.
Audreys Books (Edmonton, Alberta)
The BOOKWORM (Sherwood Park, Alberta)
Barnes & Noble
“In the book world, your book will rate high Canadian!”–Linda J. Pedley
What’s New? In its second printing, BEYOND THE PRECIPICE features additions, revisions, enhancements, and updates.
The deluxe edition is redesigned inside and out and returned to Canadian English, as per the original manuscript. End Notes, Discussion Questions, and Speaking with Eva Blaskovic (author Q&A) were added. The updated About the Author section recounts some very Canadian experiences!
Click the drop-down menu under the BEYOND THE PRECIPICE tab to view the Time-Lapse Video: How the Book Cover Was Made, playlist, professional acclaim, reader response, and more.
We don’t want to feel less when we have finished a book; we want to feel that new possibilities of being have been opened to us. We don’t want to close a book with a sense that life is totally unfair and that there is no light in the darkness; we want to feel that we have been given illumination.
–Madeleine L. Engle
- Contributor to POSTCARDS FROM CANADA — an anthology of short stories, poetry, and images celebrating #Canada150. Family travel article “Two Provinces, Three Weeks, 101 Experiences.”
New books to come
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