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  • Informative, fascinating, and emotive!

    At the Mountain’s Edge is an engaging tale set in Northern Canada during the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 1800s when the prospect of fame and immeasurable wealth had thousands navigating the treacherous Chilkoot Pass in hopes of reaching the prosperous and bustling Dawson City. The prose is evocative and fluid. The characters are scarred, driven, and resilient. And the compelling, well-paced plot is an adventurous journey filled with familial drama, heartbreak, loss, love, courage, self-discovery, hope, solace, romance, and survival that is told from two perspectives. Liza, a resourceful, hardworking young woman struggling to persevere in a city continually ravaged by nature and predominantly populated by men, and Ben, a North-West Mounted Police constable whose loyal, kind, and helpful, but continuously plagued by a troubled and violent past. Overall, At the Mountain’s Edge is an atmospheric, absorbing, well-written novel by Graham that showcases her incredible knowledge and passion for Canadian history and highlights the indomitable spirit of humanity to survive, endure, conquer, and love in even the harshest environments and situations.

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  • Awesome way to interpret history!

    I have never read one the the authors books, but I was so glad I picked this up! As an Albertan, I was wonderfully surprised to read this and found the author kept me constantly engaged! I thought for sure I would get bored. But the character development was phenomenal and absolutely amazing. I’ll definitely be picking up another one of their books.

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  • Emotional Fictionalized Canadian History

    A historical adventure with a touch of romance set in the Canadian Klondike Gold Rush. Two lives from vastly diverse backgrounds come together through the toughest of circumstances from 1897-1902. Liza Peterson's father decides to sell everything and move his wife, son & daughter from Vancouver to Dawson Creek Yukon and reestablish their mercantile/general store there. Ben Turner has turned his life around an dis now a red serge wearing constable with the North-West Mounted Police. The hardships these brave men faced to bring law & order to the wilds of Canada are told in bare-bones language and situations. Ben is always there when Liza faces adversity and their bond grows. Genevieve Graham is a modern-day Pierre Burton with a softer side of Canadian Historical Fiction. I volunteered to read an ARC from Simon & Schuster through Net Galley.

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  • Truly enjoyable read

    Having served as an RCMP, the male character is truly believable, historically correct. The female character has true grit. I literally couldn’t put it down, lots of adventure, hardships with a happy ending. Great story Genevieve.

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  • Fantatic

    OMG I couldn't put the book down. What a fantastic author. I had never read any of her books, but I sure will. The story is amazing.

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