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Edge of Doom (Haruspex Trilogy #2) Dear Durban, I Know I Ve Not Been In Touch As Much As I Should But I Brought A Man To The City Called Zathery Ryle He Is Paying Me To Help Him Kill You Take Care Best Wishes, Charis When Charis Discovers Her Best Friend Has Taken Over A Criminal Syndicate And Her Boyfriend Has Been Keeping Dangerous Secrets From Her, Things Begin To Spin Apart She Learns The Hard Way That In The City Your Own Fingers Can Easily Get Just As Dirty As Those You Despise.


10 thoughts on “Edge of Doom (Haruspex Trilogy #2)

  1. says:

    This chapter of the Haruspex Trilogy, takes off from where book one left you hanging It sees Durban Chola in charge of Shame Cullen This, unfortunately, has its drawbacks, as he is now a target of many different rival factions Jaz, his right hand man has gone missing, and Avalon Ravid has gone off the rails slightly With no real protection, he lives in fear of his life everyday, and it s a hear miss that draws Jaz back out, but not everything is clear cut We get see an old friend rejoin the This chapter of the Haruspex Trilogy, takes off from where book one left you hanging It sees Durban Chola in charge of Shame Cullen This, unfortunately, has its drawbacks, as he is now a target of many different rival factions Jaz, his right hand man has gone missing, and Avalon Ravid has gone off the rails slightly With no real protection, he lives in fear of his life everyday, and it s a hear miss that draws Jaz back out, but not everything is...


  2. says:

    This islike 4.5 stars out of 5.Well, don t start this book if you have something else to do with your time, like eat or sleep.The book picks off where Trust a Few left off Our main characters are still establishing their criminal cartel in the City think the mafia and then multiply The tone is gritty, the characters complex, and the setting unforgettable.The writer has pulled off what I would have thought impossible I would never want to...


  3. says:

    I m still in recovery after finishing this bookIn Edge of Doom, we follow Avilon, Durban and Jaz, three impossibly sexy characters, as they create an empire and fight the man in an effort to save one of their own In typical Swift Hook fashion, nothing is simple or predictable, but it all pulls together in a tight clean ending that will leave you pacing the floor This isn t a good book to read when you are in a public place You will find yourself explaining things to the characters when you I m still in recovery after finishing this bookIn Edge of Doom, we follow Avilon, Durban and Jaz, three impossibly sexy characters, as they create an empire and fight the man in an effort to save one of their own In typical Swift Ho...


  4. says:

    Really enjoyed the second installment A solid 4 stars The writing was good yet again and the pace was thrilling There was plenty of interpersonal conflict yet again whilst set in a smartly crafted world full of political intrigue.I was hooked from the get go as I was...


  5. says:

    The second of the Haruspex Trilogy begins soon after Trust a Few and trust is still a big issue between the three main characters Jaz, Durban, and Avilon Charis, often referred to as Avilon s Charity case plays a role behind the scenes as Durban tries to run his inherited business venture Someone or something is trying to stop him and he spends much of this installment trying to stay alive Jaz and Avilon are protecting Durban while cleaning house in an effort to find where the leaks in s The second of the Haruspex Trilogy begins soon after Trust a Few and trust is still a big issue between the three main characters Jaz, Durban, and Avilon Charis, often referred to as Avilon s Charity case plays a role behind the scenes as Durban tries to run his inherited business venture Someone or something is trying to stop him and he spends much of this installment trying to stay alive Jaz...


  6. says:

    Book 2 is another must readOncewe dive into a world of complex mystery, intrigue and manipulations This time, the focus is on the development and running of a crime syndicate in a world of powerful technology and ruthless murder.All the set up from the first ...


  7. says:

    I really enjoyed the second installment of EM Swift Hook s Haruspex Trilogy It continues shortly after Trust a Few left off, with Jaz and Avilon running security for Durban as he carves out a place for himself in the lethally shady underworld of Thuringen.Durban has become a Name in the City, having inherited rule of one of the city s most powerful criminal syndicates, but considerablythan just the locals are out to get him This becomes increasingly apparent as the story progresses, and I really enjoyed the second installment of EM Swift Hook s Haruspex Trilogy It continues shortly after Trust a Few left off, with Jaz and Avilon running security for Durban as he carves out a place for himself in the lethally shady underworld of Thuringen.Durban has become a Name in the City, having inherited rule of one of the city s most powerful criminal syndicates, but considerablythan just the locals are out to get him This becomes increasingly apparent as the story progresses, and the stress of keeping Durban alive and intact threatens to splinter the peculiar trio of allies once and for all.Meanwhile, Charis the freighter pilot is not entirely out of the picture In Edge of Doom all of Swift Hook s characters grow and take on new, unexpected dimensions but my favorite was Charis ne...


  8. says:

    Swift Hook displays her world building prowess through her character Jaz s thoughts He contemplates his own short hard life which may pass the fifty year mark before a violent end, versus the one hundred and seventy year olds in Central, who would easily see another fifty years His one passing thought gave me an impression of a colonized and populated galaxy full of humans who perpetuate a sort of caste system where scarcity of resources dictates life and livelihood Suddenly this far off time Swift Hook displays her world building prowess through her character Jaz s thoughts He contemplates his own short hard life which may pass the fifty year mark before a violent end, versus the one hundred and seventy year olds in Central, who would easily see another fifty years His one passing thought gave me an impression of a colonized and populated galaxy full of humans who perpetuate a sort of caste system where scarcity of resources dictates life and livelihood Suddenly this far off time and place feels close to home This is the middle point in the nine book Fortune s Fools and we see Durban running things in The City with Jaz as his ...


  9. says:

    The EDGE OF DOOM is the second book in the Haruspex Trilogy, and it s a doozy Make sure you read the first book, TRUST A FEW first, as EDGE picks up right where TRUST left off well, a few months after.The characters continue to be complex and engrossing I m probablyobsessed with Durban a brilliant alien who just looks like a human criminal mastermind than with any other character He is so real you keep expecting him to walk off the page and go fix himself a drink.The world building co The EDGE OF DOOM is the second book in the Haruspex Trilogy, and it s a doozy Make sure you read the first...


  10. says:

    Review of Edge of Doom by E M Swift HookPart two of the second trilogy by this author carries the story of the three main characters forward through the violent underworld of the City Again a web of lies and subterfuge is woven with immense skill so that even those most closely involved are unsure of who to trust Will the end justify the means or will the plotters foil themselves rather than their enemies The story builds to climax after climax and just as the reader thinks that all will be Review of Edge of Doom by E M Swift HookPart two of the second trilogy by this author carries the story of the three main characters forward through the violent underworld of the City Again a web of lies and subterfuge is woven with immense skill so that even those most closely involved are unsure of who to trust Will the end justify the means or will the plotters foil themselves rather than their enemies The story builds to climax after climax and just as the reader thinks that all will be well fate pulls t...


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