Mapping the Edge - Sarah Dunant This was an interesting book. It is formatted in a unique way, while ingenious and creative, is also distracting and confusing at first. Once you've figured out what Dunant is attempting to achieve with her chapters/options, her writing takes over. That is a good thing. One of Dunant's strongest talents is her prose and her evocative style of writing. The characters are solid, if a little lacking depth. The only exception to this is Anna Franklin, the main character. In her search for herself, she is trying to define who she is, what she wants apart from her 7-year old daughter, Lily. It is an engaging book, and one worth reading, if the multiple possible plotlines don't make the reader see red.More of my reviews here: