Grown Ups, Magical, Micro Reviews

To the Bright Edge of the World by Eowyn Ivey

IMG_0225I fell in love with Eowyn Ivey’s work when I read her debut novel, The Snow Child, and then met her while she was in Rochester for Writer’s & Books “Rochester Reads.” When To the Bright Edge of the World was first published, I devoured it, and wrote this on Goodreads:

Ivey has produced another brilliant novel of the Alaskan wilderness, blending history and adventure through the telling of three simultaneous stories. Typically, South American authors tend to write the best magical realism, but Ivey is just as adept at merging fantasy and reality, plus she has given us a splendid character in Sophie Forrester. Hands down, one of the best of 2016.

The book is newly released in paperback, so will be showing up on shelves in stores and libraries again. My recommendation from 2016 still stands. If you love magical realism blended with a little history and a strong female protagonist, you should pick this one up.


2 thoughts on “To the Bright Edge of the World by Eowyn Ivey”

  1. Hi Lorna! Yes, you should definitely read this one. Welcome back to the interwebs. Sounds like you really enjoyed your trip, despite the weirdness at the hotel.


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