Book Reviews of Extreme Edge (Sidestreets)

Extreme Edge (Sidestreets)
Extreme Edge - Sidestreets
Author: Heather Kellerhals-Stewart
ISBN-13: 9781550289664
ISBN-10: 1550289667
Publication Date: 10/30/2007
Pages: 126
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: James Lorimer & Company,
Book Type: Paperback
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Reviewed by Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen for TeensReadToo.com

Two friends. Both lead very different lives and live in different environments, but share the love for one sport.

Jay is the best rock climber there is, if he says so himself. He doesn't need any special equipment or anything to protect him since he knows what he is doing. Jay belongs to a very loving family, who can be at times annoying, but only for his safety. He also has the girl of his dreams, who still remains just a friend.

Brad isn't really the best rock climber there is. Being somewhat impulsive, Brad lives with a group of guys who have all accomplished something extreme. Unfortunately, Brad hasn't, and the pressure that the guys put on him makes him only want to accomplish something big even more.

Two friends who are always there for each other, and are now put to the test when one so desperately needs to fit in, even if it means costing him his friendship -- and maybe his life.

EXTREME EDGE can be considered like an Indie film, in a way that no one expects great things to come from it but then in the end it takes their breath away. A novel that stays true to all the angst in the world.
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Reviewed by Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen for TeensReadToo.com

Two friends. Both lead very different lives and live in different environments, but share the love for one sport.

Jay is the best rock climber there is, if he says so himself. He doesn't need any special equipment or anything to protect him since he knows what he is doing. Jay belongs to a very loving family, who can be at times annoying, but only for his safety. He also has the girl of his dreams, who still remains just a friend.

Brad isn't really the best rock climber there is. Being somewhat impulsive, Brad lives with a group of guys who have all accomplished something extreme. Unfortunately, Brad hasn't, and the pressure that the guys put on him makes him only want to accomplish something big even more.

Two friends who are always there for each other, and are now put to the test when one so desperately needs to fit in, even if it means costing him his friendship -- and maybe his life.

EXTREME EDGE can be considered like an Indie film, in a way that no one expects great things to come from it but then in the end it takes their breath away. A novel that stays true to all the angst in the world.