by Kate Wrath

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Life is harsh. It makes no exceptions. Not even for the innocent.

Outpost Three: a huddle of crumbling buildings choked by a concrete wall. Cracked pavement, rusted metal, splintering boards. Huge robotic Sentries police the streets, but the Ten Laws are broken every time one turns its back.

Eden is determined, smart, and a born survivor. Stripped of her memories and dumped on the streets of the Outpost, slavers and starvation are only the beginning of her problems. A devastating conflict is coming that threatens to consume her world and tear her newfound family apart.

“Absolutely heart-stopping! Grizzly, dark, haunting and gripping in a way that kept me glued in to the very end. If you are looking for a strong and smart heroine in a kick butt dystopian world, this is the book for you.” - Leti Del Mar, author

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153026657
Publisher: Kate Wrath
Publication date: 05/14/2016
Series: E Series
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 19,367
File size: 706 KB

About the Author

Kate Wrath is the author of the E series and the Fairytale Evolution series. She resides in the high mountain deserts of the southwestern US. Kate believes in literature as an art form, world peace, and animal rights, but aspires to write total trash that is full of senseless violence, with characters who eat house pets. The E Series (listed by intended reading order): E (Book One) Evolution (Book Two) Eden (Book Three)* Jason and Lily (The Prequel)* Elegy (Book Four) Endgame (Book Five) * Eden and Jason and Lily are companion books that are meant to be read closely together. Fairytale Evolution: Flipped (Book One) The Dark Road (Book Two) Bootcamp (Book Three, coming soon)

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E 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Though I couldn't stop reading it not a bad start to a series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not your typical heroine story, so much more realistic!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great example of a good dystopian society novel. Can’t wait to read the rest!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well written , Enjoyed
DaUgh More than 1 year ago
decent story and plot (from the 1st book). I enjoyed reading it
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DaleCT More than 1 year ago
This is a gritty look at a dystopian future. A story full of strife, grief, poverty, politics, and a glimmer of underlying hope. I guess the message here is no matter what happens to you, true love can't be erased. The author portrays a world that is specific and detailed. She writes with a flair that has you believing the story and rooting/caring for the characters. I loved every character in this book. From Kate to her newfound family, the bad guys, the good guys, the innocents...it's a page-turner that has you guessing how things will end, what paths the characters will take, and who will be caught in the cross-fire. The plot weaves and bobs through these people's lives with ease, and just when you think things can't get worse...it does. So why is this only a 4 rating? I had so many questions that weren't fulfilled. What made the world this way? Why can't people travel off the roads? Where do the sentries come from? Who is controlling them? I think if I had more of a sense of the world and what created his environment, this book would have been perfect. Definite must-read for dystopian lovers!
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Jenna_silver More than 1 year ago
Great story Eden has just woken up in a metal case and has no memories of who she is, and everything that would tell her what happened. The robot police the Sentry keeps the people in line. She’s is a fighter and ends up on the street doing everything in her power to stay alive. Eden finds a new kind of family in Jonas, Apollon, Miranda, Oscar and Neveah. Groups are forming and Eden finds herself in the middle of a war not knowing which side is to choose since both sides are horrible. The writing was very good but the story didn't come together. Between 20 and 80% the book feels stalled in development nothing is really happening, the book is not moving forward. But and I should bolt the BUT I couldn't put this book down.  The writing was heartbreaking, beautiful I felt what the main character Eden felt. I was missing some more love building there are hints here and there but no big reveals Overall a good read I can't wait to read the sequel.