Title: The Knife's Edge
Author: Matthew Wolf
Genre: High Fantasy
Paper back: 409 Pages
Published: April 8th 2013
When legends come to life the world trembles from a single name. Ronin. Once-heroes from a different age, they wield elemental powers...wind, water, fire, stone, forest, sun, moon, flesh and metal.
At the same time, a young man discovers his best friend with a sword in his stomach, and dark wings sprouting from her back. Guards rush onto the scene, accuse him of the act, and he is forced to flee.
In a new world without his memories, Gray must find his way amid legends and darkness, as he wrestles with an elemental power inside himself.
A power all too similar to the infamous Ronin....
The Knifes Edge is an Epic Fantasy/ or High as some of you would call it. It's a world filled with elves, humans, dragons and all sorts of creatures just like every epic fantasy should haven.
What I didn't like about the book was the beginning. It was hard to get past the 100 pages and there were a few times I wanted to put it down and give up, but....
WOW!!! I'm so glad that I kept on reading. It's a story about good and dark and the way Matthew brought everything to live and not to mention the main plot. I can't wait for the second book and that is just because of his story telling ability. I have to admit there were here and there things that I struggled to see, but this novel is seriously amazing.
If you are an Epic Fantasy Lover, please, please, please buy this book. It is everything that you want in a fantasy and the characters will stay with you for a long time.
Good luck with the next one Mr. Wolf and I wish you all the best with The Knife's Edge.