There are a few things I really loved about Steel's Edge. One is a character development point for the main character Charlotte. She's barren. When Andrews discussed the pain of that fact and the loss of dreams it was so real and made me empathize so strongly. It's a central fear of women and one that is rarely discussed in novels. Yay for the Ilona Andrews team for taking it on. Also I liked the focus on slavery and the importance of the fight against it. Though it's still not my favorite Edge book (love you Bayoo Moon) it was a great read. I'm sad that it's the end. The series wrap up parts felt tack on, so it's an odd thing to think that it's over now. All in all a good book.