DNF: Edge of End by Suren Hakobyan

Edge of End

Edge of End
written by Suren Hakobyan
published by Suren Hakobyan

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Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange  for an honest review.

Where I stopped reading: location 380 of 3108 on my Kindle app (about 12% of the way through the book)

Why I stopped reading: There were too many grammatical mistakes and editing misses.  What a disappointment.

What others have rated this book: According to Goodreads, the average rating for Edge of End is 3.52 stars. It looks like a majority of readers gave this book 4 stars. There were four 2-star reviews on Amazon.  Just because I didn’t finish this book doesn’t mean you won’t.

About the book – from Goodreads: Jonathan wakes up in a desert, his past wiped from his head. He’s alone having no clue who and what he is, where he has come from and where he should go. There is only one way – forward when he spots a little town in the distance.

Empty streets, old houses, the town seems abandoned. There’s no one to ask for help, there’s nowhere to go. Jonathan wanders the town in search of any sign of life trying to bring his lost memories back, but odd visions haunt him from time to time. Soon Jonathan comes to the realization that he’s moments from death as absolutely evil dwells in the town seeking fresh souls to suck up. The seemingly dead town is only outwardly empty.

Grey skies, no sun, no days and no nights. The town is stuck in time. With only one entrance and one exit, but the way leading to the exit is filled with creations that Jonathan has never envisioned, even in his worst nightmares.

Who is he? Who brought him here? With a female resident – Elizabeth, Jonathan has to work his way through the horrendous town, figure out his past and find the exit.





  1. Inge @ Bookshelf Reflections says:

    Oh, I have a review copy for this as well! I’ve had it for a while now, I should really get to reading it… but I’m a little hesitant now that you mention all the spelling and grammatical errors. They’re impossible to ignore and take away from the reading experience.