Until The End of Time

Until The End of Time

by Edie Baylis

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940159023889
Publisher: Athame Press
Publication date: 09/03/2017
Series: Downfall , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Edie Baylis is from central England and lives with her partner, their children and an over-sized, nutcase dog.

Over the years Edie has worked all over the UK as well as in several other countries and has met a lot of interesting people. She has now settled back in central England, where she is pursuing her writing. Edie is an independent writer – writing gritty storylines which test the boundaries with a combination of dark romance, suspense and thrillers. Her storylines and writing style is atypical and her books have been have been described as not for the faint-hearted page-turners.

Edie has written the three-book Downfall series and is currently working on her next series.

When she isn't writing, Edie enjoys reading and is a self-confessed book hoarder. She also enjoys crochet and music as well as loving anything quirky or unusual.

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Until The End of Time 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Trudie_Collins 9 days ago
One thing you can say about this book, it certainly isn’t boring. I didn’t think it was possible to enjoy a book while disliking the main characters, but I did. Seth and Jane are both violent, drug addicted, alcoholic criminals. They are self-absorbed and treat their friends like dirt (and sometime each other). There is nothing to like about them. But that is kind of the point. Yes having said that, while you hope something bad happens to them, you still find yourself wanting them to be able to get back at the people who cause them harm and you desperately want there to be a happy ending. (I won’t tell you if there is or not as I don’t do spoilers). It’s quite rare for a book to have much effect on me while I am reading it, but I found myself becoming angry and irritable while reading this one. It shows how well written it is and that the characters emotions are well portrayed. The author does an excellent job with the characters and making them realistic.
JoshuaGriffith 6 months ago
This story is dark and takes on a maddening journey of sex, drugs, murder and even rock n roll with Alice Cooper....eh, sort of. One of main themes of this story is the maladaptive obsessive nature that is prevalent in most of the characters, which goes through the gamer of delusions and fantasy, adding that extra depth and layers to not only the characters but the story as well. Couple this with other misaligned thoughts, such as possessive mindsets and paranoia, creates a deadly mixture when adding all the drug and alcohol abuse. This story also shows the darker side of romance as leans more towards abusive, violent, and twisted into a strange version that most people wouldn't expect. This one is not of the timid and that's okay because this is wonderful contrast to what most romance stories are about. A great start to what promises to be a exceptional dark series! I highly recommend this one!
rbotbyl More than 1 year ago
This is overall a really solid read. Once it captivated my attention, I couldn't stop. Didn't matter that I needed sleep, I had to finish the book and find out what happened. Even after putting it down it was impossible to sleep which is a sign of my favorite types of books. The ones you put down and wonder why you enjoyed it that much. This is a very atypical read, which I love. Expect violence, expect to hate characters even as you fall in love with them and most of all expect a plot that isn't one-dimensional. The author is consistent with the characters throughout the book and it has some good character development, which is always appreciated. It did have some issues. One is the length. I don't mind long books, however I think this would have benefited either by putting it into two books or condensing it. It became a bit repetitive in places where the scenes were portraying the same aspect. That meant it was a little hard to get into but once I did, it was magic. The other issue is the world building. It is not as strong as it could be, which was a bit disappointing. I wanted to know more about what the author saw and thought. These issues caused the deduction of a star. That being said, I still found it enjoyable and original. 4 stars for originality and excellent twists! Solid recommendation.