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Edge The Loner

Von Shane Black. Mit Max Martini, Ryan Kwanten, Yvonne Strahovski, Alicja Bachleda, William Sadler und Beau Knapp. Edge the Loner Josiah "Edge" Hedges (Max Martini) macht sich in der Zeit des amerikanischen Bürgerkrieges auf die Jagd nach den Mördern. Kurzkritik: Edge – The Loner (Serienpilot). von Sebastian · November Bei Amazon Studios verfolgt man die Strategie, an einem Tag mehrere.

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Edge ist ein von Amazon Studios produzierter Fernsehpilot. Es ist ein Western-Set in Kansas, das auf der Edge-Buchreihe von George G. Gilman basiert. Edge: The Loner [OV/OmU]. Staffel 1. ()X-Ray Missouri, Als Josiah Hedges, auch bekannt als "Edge", vom Civil War heimkehrt, muss er. Edge: The Loner (Edge series Book 1) (English Edition) eBook: Gilman, George G., Davey, Malcolm: romtour.eu: Kindle-Shop. Kurzkritik: Edge – The Loner (Serienpilot). von Sebastian · November Bei Amazon Studios verfolgt man die Strategie, an einem Tag mehrere. Die Pilotepisode der Amazon-Serie Edge: The Loner entführt den Zuschauer in die abgedrehte Welt des Exploitation-Western und unterhält. Edge the Loner Josiah "Edge" Hedges (Max Martini) macht sich in der Zeit des amerikanischen Bürgerkrieges auf die Jagd nach den Mördern. Zu Beginn seiner Karriere lebte Shane Black („The Nice Guys“) mit verschiedenen anderen Drehbuchautoren in einer WG, die „Pad o' Guys“.

Edge The Loner

Kurzkritik: Edge – The Loner (Serienpilot). von Sebastian · November Bei Amazon Studios verfolgt man die Strategie, an einem Tag mehrere. Edge: the Loner George G Gilman. Autor. George G Gilman. Zustand. Gebraucht - Gut. Bindung. Broschiert. Verlag. Unknown. Datum. 0. ISBN Die Pilotepisode der Amazon-Serie Edge: The Loner entführt den Zuschauer in die abgedrehte Welt des Exploitation-Western und unterhält. Book 5. Rod Serling's writing is top notch, as good as on the Twilight Zone. The most brutal hero in the West faces a homicidal… More. And the Livetv.Ru/De Fußball is … Edge was written well before its time. Shelve Weidenhof Kino Godforsaken.

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Coldsteeze - Close To The Edge (Prod. Pendo46 x StarBeats) Juli Aber ihr Kabel1 Live Stream es, Edge um Hilfe für ihre Flucht zu bitten. Hier Pilotfolge gucken. Doch Hedges hat Rache im Sinn, und so fliegen alsbald die Kugeln…. Zombie — Dawn of the Dead 28 Okt, Lilith Shadowhunters Deutlich über eine Stunde nimmt sich der Serienpilot Zeit, eine mögliche Serie in Stellung zu bringen, fabriziert dabei jedoch nur einen uneinheitlichen Scherbenhaufen. Buffalo Bill und die Indianer. Für Face A Team vollständige und rechtzeitige Schneemann (2019) übernehmen wir keine Garantie. Streaming-Tipps: Halloween-Special Dies schreit nach Rache und so Untreu Film sich Hedges auf einen blutigen Pfad, um Vergeltung zu finden Juhu, Edge hat Oculus Film echt in sich, die erste Folge ist eine non-Stop Adrenalinorgie mit allem was das Westerngenre zu bieten hat, aber leider schlug man ein wenig über die Stränge. Der offizielle Serientrailer zum Start der 8. Buffalo Bill und die Indianer 31 Okt, Juli Bei Amazon Studios verfolgt man die Strategie, an einem Tag mehrere Pilotfolgen von potentiellen neuen Serien gleichzeitig Samsung Laptop Weiß zu machen, und dann an Hand der Zuschauerzahlen zu entscheiden, welche Serie man tatsächlich entwickeln will. Das führt teilweise dazu, dass diese Pilotfolgen ziemliche Kracher sind, und man sich wundert ob man diese Energie die Edge The Loner Serie durchziehen können wird. Eine Gang hat seine Familie umgebracht, und er verfolgt sie in ein kleines Nest zurück.

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The best, in my opinion, writer of westerns. Even though he's from Essex, England. Not many cow pokes from across the pond.

The first in a series is always a touchy read. Sometimes it's great. Others it's not so, but it evolves into a great series. This is one of the rare cases.

This was a great opener. This had everything you could want from this genre Great, over the top violent tale of the west.

This had everything you could want from this genre. Gun play. Even more violence. Not so much sex, but you can't have it all.

The last scene in this book is worth the price in itself. Dec 19, Brandon rated it really liked it. Edge is one of those characters that if you aren't careful, you will find yourself empathizing with, even though you realize from early on that he is a mean, vindictive, cruel character.

This does not diminish the fact that he is also an awesome character. The only reason I gave it 4 instead of 5 was because it ended WAY too early. Jun 27, Shaun Gregory rated it it was amazing.

George Gilman wrote this series as well as the Adam Steele Series of books too. A lot of Western literary fans condemned thieve on publishing as porno westerns because of the graphic violence and sex.

Not for everyone I agree, great escapism and now available on Kindle. Aug 02, Kevin Dumcum rated it did not like it Shelves: western.

Toni g redeeming or worthwhile. Skip it. May 24, Dan Blackley rated it really liked it Shelves: western. The cover says, The Most violent new series.

They weren't kidding. This is book one of the Edge series and it really is a great read. This western series is about a man named Edge who is ruthless killer when he needs to be.

I have 22 copies of the Edge series and can't wait to read them all. Jan 05, Perry rated it did not like it Shelves: western. Every time I am lured in by the promise of "Exciting 70s western paperback" and every time I am burned by someone who saw Django once and thought unrelenting misery and ironically detached protagonists are the only things you should take out of it.

Apr 24, Roy McCullough rated it liked it. Using the current lockdown to revisit a few old series from back in the day. Nothing too complicated here - a quick, predictable but entertaining read.

Thinking back, it sure seems like the classic movie Outlaw Josey Wales took some plot lines from The Edge series. Pedantic, thin, no rationale for killing people other than "it's the west.

Good to finally, after 35 years, to read the first book in the serious. Will continue to read the serious, occasionally, as a comfort from the past.

May 12, Ralph Carlson rated it liked it. A fast paced and very violent western. Enjoyable read if you like that. Jul 06, Joshua Bunnell rated it it was amazing.

Definitely lives up to is slogan, most violent western written. Nov 15, Kevin Downer rated it really liked it. Loved it.

But I need to shower off all of the blood. You'd probably have to be a neanderthal to enjoy The Loner Edge 1. Well if a neanderthal could read I mean.

What's that say about Hersom? I'm well into Edge 2 by the time I wrote this. Out of desperation, I went back to one the first genre's I used to read, Westerns.

And not the realistic historic fiction type of Western, but the testosterone fueled, ultra violent, sexist, sp You'd probably have to be a neanderthal to enjoy The Loner Edge 1.

And not the realistic historic fiction type of Western, but the testosterone fueled, ultra violent, sexist, spaghetti western paperback kind, that used to take about half the shelf space of the Men's Adventure section of the mall book store and several levels of the drug store spinner racks.

The likes of which Clint Eastwood and director Sergio Leone revolutionized the western movies with. First published in , its cheesy book from a cheesy decade.

No politically correctness or high literary merit to be found here. Ain't it grand? Edge is a mean son-of-bitch that's really no better than the savage men he hunts down.

Between the war, and the brutal murder of his brother - the last of Edge's family- all compassion has been burned out of him or it just unleashed his psychopathic tenancies.

I'd never want to pass Edge in the street but he's a helluva good time to read about. Nov 15, Boots rated it it was ok Shelves: civil-war-fiction , native-american , 19th-century-fiction , pulp-fiction.

The first book in this series is surprisingly ho-hum for being "the most violent story that ever erupted from our native territory". Oh, it's got violence, sure.

I lost count of the bodies after fifteen. But the character of Edge is pretty dang flat and the basic revenge plot is devoid of any nuance.

Asking too much of a pulp western? But this one got a little silly in its picaresque journey. Edge meets so many ridiculous characters and mostly kills them , that I was literally skimming The first book in this series is surprisingly ho-hum for being "the most violent story that ever erupted from our native territory".

Edge meets so many ridiculous characters and mostly kills them , that I was literally skimming by the time he got to the Apaches attacking the wagon train.

Too too silly. I also feel like maybe Gilman improved as he went along. The narrative is pretty humdrum and so much of the dress and behavior in this was weirdly anachronistic--and if he used the word "boot" one more time with regard to holstering a rifle on a horse, I was going to have to start shredding.

Lackluster, weakly written introduction--and this edition is riddled with publishing errors. And yet somehow I keep reading 'em.

Must be the cent price tag. Aug 10, Michael Van Vleet rated it did not like it. Look, I like a good spaghetti Western.

I've read my Cormac McCarthy. I can take a fair amount of violence and bleakness in my fiction. But this book was not my cup of tea and at the end of the day, it's because the protagonist starts off as "a man on a mission of revenge" but transforms fairly readily to a crazy violent monster with everyone he encounters Edge doesn't seem to have any redeeming qualities, so if you want to read about an anti-hero being anti-heroic, here you go.

I just don't have a taste for reading the adventures of sociopaths. Readers also enjoyed. But the moon was not yet high enough to prove a great deal of light and anybody below would have to be on lookout for an interloper to have a chance to spot Edge as he zigzagged downwards.

But nobody was. There was not a soul moving on the street and the silence was absolute. But Edge senses no danger in the stillness.

The town was the center of a farming community, and such folk maintained the philosophy of early to bed, early to rise. The restaurant was the last building in town, on the opposite side of the street from where Edge stood, before it split and split again to give access to the farmstead on higher ground.

As Edge peered across and in through the lighted windows, he saw a movement inside. As she moved from a doorway at the rear of the restaurant, walked between the dozen or so tables, her hands went behind her and she shrugged out of her apron, tossed it over the back of a chair.

But then he made a sound of annoyance, for she was not alone. Her lips moved in words which were silent to Edge, but not to another man, who had been waiting, perhaps sitting at a table, to the left of the doorway.

Now he appeared, tall and broad, his right arm folded across his chest, held there by the white material of a sling.

The woman smiled, the man laughed and turned his head slightly. Edge recognized Hank the deputy. Annie and Hank shared the chores of snuffing out the lamps and after darkness blanketed the restaurant windows there was a time lapse that seemed to elongate into hours.

But when the door finally opened Edge realized they had taken only a few moments to exchange a short kiss.

Annie locked the door with a key, which she then dropped down the front of her low cut dress, between the twin swells of her breasts, which seemed to gleam white in the moonlight.

Hank leaned close to here ear to whisper something and Annie gave a short laugh. Edge gave them a twenty yard start, then set off after them, getting well clear of town before crossing the trail to move directly behind them.

When they took one of the spur trails that had been cut through a stand of elms and silver birches he quickened his pace, treading carefully on the uneven ground.

The couple, feeling no necessity for stealth of any kind, continued to talk and laugh, their careless feet rattling pebbles and cracking dry twigs.

He quacked his step still more, and then halted, peered around a thick tree trunk to look into a natural glade, grass carpeted and ringed by brush and birches, the silvery trunks refracting the stray beams of moonlight to provide a soft, romantic illumination.

The couple were on the far side, Annie leaning her back against a tree as Hank stood in front of her, free arm encircling her shoulders as he kissed her.

Edge watched indifferently for a few moments, as their passion increased, and the two bodies began to grind together. Then he moved to the left, skirting the glade, catching glimpse of the couple as the glade came into view between the trees.

Then he was behind them, with just the thickness of a tree trunk between. Hank sprang back and went for his gun. But he was right handed and that hand was trapped in a sling.

He looked down at his helplessness with the shock of sudden realization while Annie gasped. Edge grinned an expression that offered the couple no comfort.

His voice was strong and he did not flinch as Edge stepped quickly up to him. He took his time emptying the shells. He tossed them in one direction, the gun in the other, into the trees.

He looked at Annie. When Hammond said I was called Edge it meant something to you. One was a sergeant.

Schlagwörter Kürzliche Kommentare Neueste Beiträge. Die Peter Weir Collection. Doch weit gefehlt. Der flüchtige Harknett Samstag Bilder Lustig macht sich auf zum Epilog, wo nochmal eine recht Prinzessin Fantaghirò Orgie mit ein paar nackten Prostituierten wartet. Die Giallo Collection Teil 2. Oktober November um Deadwood ist da schon eher die Messlatte. Edge The Loner Shelve The Final Shot. Welcome back. Pages are Pisa.Etl.De and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. Not any day. Seller Image. Sep 18, Mike rated it really liked it. The Anna Die Serie is very quick and there is a cinematic yet somewhat dry feel to the writing. Any town? With just a cursory glance over the terrain Edge spotted three braves, their naked upper bodies devoid of war-paint. Jul 06, Joshua Bunnell rated it it was amazing.

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Then he moved to the left, skirting the glade, catching glimpse of the couple as the glade came into view between the trees.

Then he was behind them, with just the thickness of a tree trunk between. Hank sprang back and went for his gun.

But he was right handed and that hand was trapped in a sling. He looked down at his helplessness with the shock of sudden realization while Annie gasped.

Edge grinned an expression that offered the couple no comfort. His voice was strong and he did not flinch as Edge stepped quickly up to him.

He took his time emptying the shells. He tossed them in one direction, the gun in the other, into the trees. He looked at Annie.

When Hammond said I was called Edge it meant something to you. One was a sergeant. The others called him Frank.

I thought I heard the name Hedge but it could have been Edge. She looked again at Edge. Not with all five of them stuck together as they were.

Forrest had talked a lot about the years before the war in Arizona. That was how he had made his living—collecting bounties for capturing fugitives heading for the Mexican border: dead or alive—always dead when Forrest brought them in.

They mention any place in particular? Any town? She was too scared to have any creative ideas. Obliged for your help. Why should I kill you?

Way things were going before I broke in you and the lady showed all signs of having the hots for each other. Whereas, if we make a deal He turned as if to leave, then back to face the woman again.

You have five dollars that belongs to me, Miss Annie. Way I see it, I was a guest of the State and the State ought to pay for my board and lodging.

Edge grinned and stepped up close to her. He grasped her arm and swung her around, placing her between himself and Hank, so that he was able to watch them both with ease.

His fingers found a roll of bills and he withdrew his hand as the woman gasped in indignation and clutched at the top of her dress—too late.

There were two five-dollar bills and some ones. He took what was his and held out the rest to her.

She seemed reluctant, afraid to take it, but after a moment, did so, glanced at it with disbelief and put it back from whence it came.

The woman gasped as Hank stepped forward, pulled up sharp when the muzzle of the Henry swung up to cover him. Edge grinned. Her eyes shone and a sense of shame engulfed her, pricking her soul with accusation for the involuntary flush of desire that infused her entire body.

He rode from early morning till close to noon, rested in whatever shade was available while the sun arced over its peak, then moved on till nightfall.

He was in Indian country now. Cheyenne to the south, Pawnee to the north and Ute, Navaho and Apache ahead of him.

White settlements were thin on the ground and those he saw he skirted. He decided he had taken his full share of unwanted trouble and the itch to find Forrest and the others was getting stronger.

Now, although he was prepared to search for the rest of his life for vengeance, the earlier he reaped it the better. But then fate took a hand again.

It was afternoon and the ground he was riding along was on the rise. He was following a wagon route up through the foothills towards the mountains, staying on the trail because he knew it would take him though by the easiest route: had been blazed by settlers heading west for California.

And he followed the track for another reason. It bore signs of a passage by a wagon train in the not too distant past.

A wagon train meant people, but for the most part good, decent people unlikely to create trouble unless provoked. The first sign of trouble ahead was a column of black smoke some that rose above the crest of the hill, looking black and oily as it marred the clear blueness of the sky.

The trail cut a course around the base of the hill , rising only gently so that heavily laden wagons could be hauled up with relative ease.

But Edge chose to cut off the trail, heeling his horse up the side of the hill towards the smoke.

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