Readers’ Favorite announces the review of the Fiction – Literary book “Life at the Precipice” by R F Vincent

May 24 23:42 2024
Readers' Favorite announces the review of the Fiction - Literary book "Life at the Precipice" by R F Vincent

Readers’ Favorite announces the review of the Fiction – Literary book “Life at the Precipice” by R F Vincent, currently available at

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“Reviewed By Asher Syed for Readers’ Favorite

Life at the Precipice by R F Vincent is a fantasy that revolves around Travis Sivart, a former air navigator haunted by PTSD, who takes an interest in the mystery of The Segway, a secluded community formed after a catastrophic earthquake in 1959. Cut off from the world by landslides and nestled atop a seismic abyss, The Segway lures Travis in with a clipping detailing a mythical sea creature lurking in its depths. As Travis immerses himself in the eccentric world of The Segway, he encounters a diverse array of inhabitants, each harboring secrets and stories of their own. Through his exploration, Travis confronts his past traumas while seeking redemption, solace, and even answers that dance somewhere between the past and the present, against the backdrop of an unconventional existence.

Life at the Precipice by R F Vincent is an immediate drop into fantasy and a masterclass in subverting a reader’s expectations and inviting them instead to consider the limitations of their own perceptions and interpretations. Whether it is Jub’s posh tuxedo and reliance on outdated newspapers to convey The Segway’s remoteness and detachment from the outside world, Travis’s search for answers that reflect his sense of isolation and longing for connection, or the General’s penchant for embellishment and forgetfulness that demonstrate the subjective nature of truth, nothing in Vincent’s incredible storytelling is predictable. The dialogue is intelligent, with turns of phrase, innuendo, and patterns that distinguish one quirky character from the next, and all from Travis. No surprise is greater than the one Travis must confront in the search for his truth, and the mission that evolves as a powerful, albeit heartbreaking symbol of remembrance and closure. Very highly recommended.”

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