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Eddie is a brilliant yet emotionally impaired teenager. He has spent most of his school years in special education classes, placed there by an unloving mother who blames her son for his father's death. His exile among the unpopular students serves to keep him invisible to Rebecca. He fixates on her and when his uncontrollable desires take over he devises an intricate plan to win her. He abducts her. She escapes. Then she makes a wrong choice and he traps her again. If she befriends the fragile boy who wants her, can she help herself...and him? Can there be forgiveness in this haunting story of obsession and fear?

©2010 Debra Chapoton (P)2016 Debra Chapoton

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Strong psychological thriller

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes because of it's many dimensions and layers. Portrayed by teenagers, you'll find yourself rooting for the Eddie as much as shaking your fist.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Edge of Escape?

I like the way the novel shifted from past to present and beyond, keeping the reader engaged with the story.

Which scene was your favorite?

Not any one in particular. The author does a very nice job in getting across the main character, both from an evil stance and cheering for him.<br/>

Any additional comments?

The narrator does a very nice, professional job and puts the listener inside the pages of the book.