Eden

Eden

by Keary Taylor
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Eden 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 155 reviews.
BooksWithBite More than 1 year ago
What can I say other then this book rocked my socks off! I loved it. It is a type of book that once you start you can not put down. It grabs you and will not let you. As soon as you start reading, you fall in Eden fighting against the Fallen. I adore this cover. I think it matches the book very well. After reading the first chapters I turned back to the cover thinking, yeah this is gonna be good. And I was right. As you begin this story, the reader is immerse into a world like no other, a world filled with survivors and plague that is killing mankind fast. As the reader, I really fell into the story line cause of the great elements describes in the story. Ms. Taylor's writing was excellent in describing the world to the reader and easy to read. I loved reading about the different characters life and how they live now. The story line of the book is great. I had a fun time diving into the world and learning everything about it. The culture, the way the earth have change,the cities. Even the people in the book is great. One thing I love about reading is being able to feel the emotions of the characters. Ms. Taylor wrote the book so that the reader was right there, in every waking moment. I loved it. I felt excitement, happiness, anger, hurt, betrayal and most of all love. I am a sucker for romance so when the opportunity presented itself in the book I was giddy I love the love interest in this book cause it was NOT a love triangle! Thank you God! I mean sometimes they work but I love how in this book Eve made her decision. There was no going back, confused, messed up girl. Last is Eve. As the main character in this book, you fall in love with the girl. She is strong, confident, and oh no you didn't mess with me! She is like no other girl taking charge of what needed to be done. I really enjoyed watching her grow and learn many new things. She is my type of gal! Eden is a great book about the earth ending timing destruction.There was loads of action, fighting, and death.There is new discoveries, secret revealed, and secrets made. I would love to see this book as a movie. I know it would be awesome!
AllieBurke More than 1 year ago
I should start out by saying that I picked up this book based on the cover alone. With no knowledge of its contents or even what it was about, I loved the cover, and so I just started reading. Eden was really, really good. Lost in its first pages, I was captured by this disastrous world of The Fallen and of survival. I found myself thoroughly annoyed with Eve until nearly the end-but before you go thinking how much of a bad thing that could be, let me stress how refreshing this detail was. Oh, how Eve annoyed me. And oh, how brilliant writing it was that tied that annoyance in with the story. That's right. Brilliant writing. Taylor took on the task of becoming this emotionless, confused, girl, really-in the end that's what she was, a girl-and she did it well. So well that I could have an inner debate with myself as to whether or not Eve is a character or a real person. And then this real girl grows, she learns and she starts to find herself, breaking past the barrier of annoying and she makes you fall in love with her. Did I mention that it took me all about five seconds to fall head over heels for Avian? West, not so much. But, hey. There's a "side" to every story, right? The world of Eden was descriptive enough to imagine, but not overdone so that it took away from Eve's story. Its suspense seriously keeps you on the edge of your seat, while its romance is so intense that you can barely stand it. But you want to stand it, if only for the minutes to come so that you get to find out what happens next. And next, and next, and next. Couldn't put it down. Love love loved it.
JessCook More than 1 year ago
I've never really been much for Sci-Fi, but this is so much more! Welcome to 28 days meets the Terminator with a love story thrown in, and you have a book you'll be looking for in the theaters!
jmanni32 More than 1 year ago
EDEN marks yet another great self-published book by a truly talented author. This book tells the story of Eve and a group of humans struggling to survive in the chaos of a technological outbreak. The human race has been plagued by an Infection of technology, turning almost everyone into The Fallen--cybernetic monsters hell-bent on spreading their "disease". From the very beginning, Eve is presented as strong, independent and loyal. But as the pages progress (and they do oh-so-well), we learn things about Eve that changes the reader's perception of her (in a good way). I'm not going to give anything away here for the sake of those who have yet to read it, but know that Eve is a brilliantly written character who struggles with the same issues all of us do...even in the midst of unimaginable circumstances. One of the issues she faces? Choosing between Avian and West. Oh yes, Avian and West. Two guys who love Eve more than anything. One saved her, one is the only connection to her past. Both fill her heart and help her discover things about herself she never knew. Of course there is a love triangle (it's YA!), but please don't let that deter you (I know some people despise them, but I happen to enjoy the triangle!). This one is so touching and realistic that you can't help but feel for both guys and Eve all at once. Which will she choose? The caring, protective Avian, or the vibrant, loyal West? You'll have to read it to find out. As I said at the beginning of this review, EDEN is a self-published title by a superbly talented author. But in my opinion, it ranks right up there with other traditionally published YA dystopians like Divergent with it's unique, clever plot, strong female heroine, and swoon-worthy guys--only proving once again that the publishing world is a-changin'. I'm not going to give anything away, but I am beyond happy to give EDEN 4 stars, and I urge you all to order a copy and join Eve in her fight against The Fallen!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Eden is yet another great example of Ms. Taylor's talent with taking words and crafting a wonderful story. Her writing seems different in this than in her other series, but in a good way. I like this distinction, actually. She has given the main character, Eve, an extremely relatable voice, one that is so "human". The other characters all have unique voices and personalities, as well, and although aren't as fully fleshed out as others, I enjoyed each and every one of them. All in all, Eden is a great addition to the young adult dystopian genre. It's action-packed, dramatic (in all the right ways), romantic, and intense. It reminded me a little bit of Stephenie Meyer's The Host-and that is a compliment as I adore Ms. Meyer. Don't hesitate picking up a copy of Eden, as well as the Fall of Angel Series!
iswimforoceans More than 1 year ago
Eve lives in a world that's devastated and ruins since the technology began having a mind of its own. Once made to be a cure, the tech now controls most of the Fallen world, leaving just a few bands of humans still alive and Eden as their one, true sanctuary. Their world is at war between the living and the machine, and Eve is at war with herself, fighting a constant inner turmoil to survive and reconcile her forgotten past with her present. But life is even more confusing when it comes to the two men in her life who give her a focus and a center. West might very well be for her, but Avian is a rock, and she's known him half her life. Will Eve's love for all those in Eden be enough to keep them all alive, or will they soon be a part of the Fallen? Eden is, perhaps, the epitome of dystopian fiction, creating a world that's so devastated by mankind's greed and lust for advancement that it seems like there is very little hope left at all. The brainchild of indie author, Keary Taylor, Eden is her first stab at dystopian fiction after her popular and successful Fall of Angels series, including Branded, Forsaken and the forthcoming Vindicated. Well-written in the challenging first-person POV, Eden allows you direct access to Eve's mind as she makes her way through a crippled world where love is a luxury at best. We all know how much I love dystopian fiction, and Eden has such an amazing premise that promises a dark, haunting story that is both painful and hopeful. The world within Eden is a series of stark contrasts, portrayed almost as black and white. You have the ruined world that's been consumed by technology and cybernetics with one goal - to eliminate humanity. Then, you have the lush gardens of Eden where the remaining humans are living at the base level of humanity, surviving on love, compassion and the mere basics. That, was the highlight of Eden for me. I did, unfortunately, have a few issues with Eden though. The story starts with a bang, then settles into a lull of backstory for a few chapters that, while necessary, could probably have been interwoven later in the story to better help the flow. I also felt that it took a long time to get into Eve's head. She had this whole life before Eden, but I struggled to get a grasp on it because she was so stubborn ad shrouded in mystery. Avian and West were both strong male characters with a great impact on the plot, but I felt the romance often overshadowed the action in the book, which is a struggle for me - especially if it's a bit of a triangle. All that said, though, I still want to remark on what an amazing world there is in Eden because it's one of the best I've read of in a while. All in all, Eden is so, so close to being a really great dystopian, but because of some flaws, it ended up just being good for me. As far as I can see, this is a stand-alone book, so make sure you read it for that. I give it a strong 3.5 out of 5, and I'd recommend it to all YA fans, especially those who enjoy upper YA and dystopian fiction. I received this book free of charge from the author in exchange for an honest review. This, in no way, affected my opinion or review of this book.
libbie/coco miller More than 1 year ago
I am unusually picky about my books, but this was one best ever. It was well written with a fast pace, and an interesting theme. Eve is perfect -completely loved it.
Christina McCanlies More than 1 year ago
So I didn't think this book was going to be so amazing. It truly is the end of the world love story with the kick butt girl trying to save the day. Loved the scifi aspects and originality!
Amber Wolf More than 1 year ago
I really liked this book. It was action packed and had a great story line. I kept switching back and forth between which guy I wanted her to end up with. But in the end I was extremely happy with her choose. I would love to see a sequel to this book but it stand well on it's own even if there isn't a sequel. It kinda reminded me of a mix between The Host and The Hunger Games. Overall a very good book. Read it!
books4evr21 More than 1 year ago
OMG! I can not stop thinking about this book! Eden totally took my breath away and kinda freaked me out a bit! Technology like what is in this book is happening, I just saw a few articles about things like this! But seriously, Eve is an amazing character, I totally loved her. West was so mysterious and I totally fell in love with Avian! *drool* I just, ahh! I can't get it out of my head! I will be reading this book again and again!
nookwormKT More than 1 year ago
i wasn't anticipating much from a 99 cent book, but aside from a few editing errors and a touch of timeline inconsistency i really liked this book. in fact, it is one of my recent favorites.
nicolefin More than 1 year ago
Eden was a wonderful book; Keary Taylor did a fantastic job at describing the feelings and thoughts going through Eve's head. Taylor created excellent characters and brought them to life making them ultimately believable. Eve is a great narrator and she truly cares for people, not to mention her two love interest Avian and West(who are both considered "hot" in my book) This book had a lot of enjoyable twists and turns not to mention and lot of action. I can't believe it was only 99 cents considering its 243 pages and very well developed. Buy it, it's worth every cent!
SilverMistBerry More than 1 year ago
This book is amazing not only is action packed it show what true love is i really like the book and others will to!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was wonderful! I adore dystopian society books and this was really well done. And it's not a series! So I wasn't sucked into something I have to waits months/years to continue! Well done, Keary! I adored the Branded series as well - wonderful at writing the falling in love without making it all about sex.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book had alot of promise--awesome plot and epic-looking cover--but was poorly executed. The ending seemed thrown together as if the author wasnt able to effectively express his/her ideas and the characters were unrelatable. Overall, it was extremely disappointing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a great book. There were times when I was smiling, crying, and feeling my heart pound as they run and fight the Fallen. Then there was the choice she has to make between West, who has always loved her and Avian who has fallen in love over the past 5 years. Even I didn't know which one I wanted her to pick! One minute I was "team Avian" five minutes later I would be "team West". And you don't find out til the end of the book. In the end I was satisfied with her choice and thought it was a great ending. I would totally recommend this beautiful, fast paced story! If you like this, then you will love Stepenie Meyers book "the Host"
DriveFstFightHrd More than 1 year ago
This book was truly amazing! I loved each one of the characters. It kept me on the edge of my seat. I've read this book so many times. I read it a couple times a month. I love how the characters work together. I think Keary Taylor is an amazing author. She is one of my favorites!
happytrout23 More than 1 year ago
i loved this book and can't wait for the sequel! you should also check out her other books.
bacasm More than 1 year ago
This was a really good book. I read it in just a few days. I can't believe the kindle version was so cheap. I highly recommend Eden to all who enjoy post-apocalyptic young adult books. I hope the author writes more books of this caliber. I will definitely keep an eye out for new books from this author. Great job!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutely love this book,and would definitely reread it again sometime. The whole book is suspenseful,romantic, and unpredictable. It has so many unique elements and alot of depth that I wish more books contained. The only problem I had with it was the sudden ending, it felt like it was a little rushed and missed something; I don't know...maybe it was just me. :) I fully reccomend Eden.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Eve has lived the same until she finds a boy and a girl and her son these people change eve's life. Now she has to choose between the man who makes her feel safe an who is her rock or the new boy who makes her feel alive. And eve has to do all this while the world is falling because of a viris and she is figuring out she was the start of this viris. This is the best book i have ever read. I love it!!!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wasnt so sure about buying this book because of mixed reviews, but after reading the free sample I just could not stop reading it!! The romance between Eve and Avain and Eve and West was so sweet. Also the storyline was very unique with faint hints of the Hunger Games and the FOX TV show Terra Nova. Overall this is a great 4 star YA dystopian novel!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
CAN ANYONE SUGGEST ANY UNIQUE BOOKS LIKE THIS ONE THAT ARE GOOD LIKE IT I DONT CARE IF ITS ABOUT LIKE THE END OF THE WORLD OR NOT IT DOESNT HAVE TO BE EXACTLY THE SAME!! THANKS!!! oh by the way if you want any suggestions ive read tons of books just ask!
Kokurai-Alchemist More than 1 year ago
This book was AMAZING!!! I was introduced to Keary Taylor by the Fall of Angles series and I though I would give this book a chance. It's amazing and so good! Totally worth the time to read it.