Adapting Eden Save The Pearls Part Two

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In the sequel to the award-winning, dystopian novel, Revealing Eden, Eden Newman must adapt into a hybrid human beast if she hopes to become Ronson Bramford’s mate. She has no choice but to undergo her father’s adaptation experiment at his makeshift laboratory in the last patch of rainforest. But when the past rears its ugly head, Eden and Bramford must abandon camp along with their family and friends. Luckily, an Aztec tribe that has survived with the aid of a healing plant provides them with sanctuary—or is it?...
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Overview

In the sequel to the award-winning, dystopian novel, Revealing Eden, Eden Newman must adapt into a hybrid human beast if she hopes to become Ronson Bramford’s mate. She has no choice but to undergo her father’s adaptation experiment at his makeshift laboratory in the last patch of rainforest. But when the past rears its ugly head, Eden and Bramford must abandon camp along with their family and friends. Luckily, an Aztec tribe that has survived with the aid of a healing plant provides them with sanctuary—or is it? Too late, Eden realizes she is at the center of an epic spiritual battle between love and war. To survive, she must face her deepest fears or lose everything, including the beastly man she loves.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780983650348
  • Publisher: Sand Dollar Press Inc
  • Publication date: 1/25/2013
  • Series: Save The Pearls Series
  • Pages: 110
  • Product dimensions: 5.71 (w) x 8.66 (h) x 0.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Victoria Foyt is well known for her work as a screenwriter and actress in independent films including Deja Vu and Last Summer in the Hamptons. Revealing Eden: Save the Pearls Part One garnered much acclaim, including the Eric Hoffer Young Adult Award, the Books & Authors Best Young Adult Fantasy Award, five stars from the San Francisco Book Review, a strong recommendation from the Midwest Book Review, and dozens of glowing reviews from book bloggers, including thirteen five-star reviews. Fresh Fiction called it a “captivating dystopian novel.” The Examiner: “the plot is riveting, captivating readers from the first page.” Ms. Foyt’s debut novel, The Virtual Life of Lexie Diamond (HarperCollins), received a recommendation from the Center for Children’s Books.
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  • Posted March 27, 2013

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    Reviewed by Karen Pirnot for Readers' Favorite In the second 'S

    Reviewed by Karen Pirnot for Readers' Favorite

    In the second 'Save the Pearls' book, Victoria Foyt takes the reader through "Adapting Eden". In order to become Ronson Bramford's mate, Eden Newman must adapt into a hybrid human. By doing so, she and others hold high hopes that she and Bramford can facilitate the new growth of the human race following a near Armageddon. Eden has little fear of the adaptation and yet, when she is suddenly transported to an ancient Aztec tribe hiding in the wilderness, nothing is as it seems; in particular, Eden begins to have doubts about Bramford's intentions. When a human sacrifice is made in her name, Eden must reconsider everything she has held as true and right in order to make the adaptation. When Eden finally realizes she is squarely in the center of a peace versus war dilemma, she is hard-pressed to know whether to follow her human instincts or to trust the jaguar man she has married. When a blast from the past enters the scene, all rules are put aside and an entirely new scene emerges.

    In order to appreciate the subtle nature of the various underlying themes, the reader must truly grow in awareness of the options available to the various factions in the book. There are many ethical dilemmas and several growth-related choices to be made. In this respect, it is an excellent book for young adults to ponder. Except for an unfortunate choice of words for the races, this book is a fascinating study of various potentials and options available to an imperiled human species.

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