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Edward: Dancing on the Edge of Infinity by Bruce Taylor
Cover Artist: Heidi Lampietti
Review by Andrea Johnson
Redjack Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781892619105
Date: November 2007 List Price $10.00 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

The first time I saw a Baz Lurhmann movie (it happened to be Strictly Ballroom), I remember thinking to myself, "Has this guy never seen a movie? Because this isn't how they are done! Is he crazy?" But the movie worked, and I went on to see more Lurhmann films and enjoy them. Bruce Taylor's Edward: Dancing on the Edge of Infinity struck me in a similar fashion. Is Taylor crazy? Doesn't he know novels just aren't written like this?

From official release/information:

From Press Release: Edward is Steal This Book, The Anarchist's Cookbook, and Jonathan Livingston Seagull for this decade, written by the love child of Tom Robbins and Philip K. Dick. Read it with an open mind and willingness to be folded into a world you might not understand or trust, but which will reward you. -- Jay Lake.

(Source: Redjack)

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