A thriller with a conscience, The Jagged Edge does for climate change what John Grisham has done for the law, cutting to the heart of humanity’s greatest threat.
The harrowing loss of a woman and child in a Californian wildfire. A madman hellbent on revenge. A former British war correspondent, desperate to find his old edge. A clandestine meeting somewhere in the Austrian Alps. A devastating missile attack on an Italian steel mill. A nail-biting standoff in the Australian Outback. Merciless government agents willing to do anything to stop a weapon that has already been set in motion. And the countdown to the end of the world as we know it begins.
Action, technology and the might of Mother Nature come together in a heart-stopping thrill ride that you won’t be able to put down.
The Jagged Edge by AJ Frazer was awesome!! Feom the beginning, I was hooked. Adrenaline was pumping through most of this novel and I was absolutely happy to be along for the ride.
I love the theme. Climate change is a huge issue in the world, and reading a thriller about it was eye opening and compelling.
I love the characters. They kept me interested and felt real, which is always an important aspect in a novel to me.
Action packed, thrilling and just really good. Highly recommended.
*I received a free copy of this book from Random Things Tours in exchange for an honest review on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*
Born and raised on New Zealand’s South Island, AJ experienced raw nature at its most sublime. Later, as a volunteer bush firefighter in Sydney, he saw firsthand nature at its most destructive. Something that too many people in Australia and California have had to endure.
His writing intent is simple: to bring thriller (non)sensibilities to the serious, though often dry, science of climate change.
He now lives on the Sapphire Coast of Australia with his wife and their two children. He admits to being a lazy activist who avoids confrontation. Writing is his form of environmental activism.
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