Seeds of Eden

Seeds of Eden

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ISBN-13: 9781539140726
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/17/2016
Pages: 392
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.81(d)

About the Author

Paige Watson grew up in the small, southern town of Estill Springs, Tennessee. Growing up in a rural town allowed her imagination to run wild, and Paige began making up stories in her head at a young age. This storytelling eventually transformed into a love of writing. She is currently penning her first trilogy, The Concilium Series, and is also planning to write four companion novellas to accompany it. She is an avid reader, enjoying a variety of genres and authors from Jane Austen to Charlaine Harris.
When she isn't reading or writing, Paige spends the majority of her time dancing. She has been taking pole dancing lessons for the past three years and couldn't be more in love with the sport. The blend of athleticism, grace, and flexibility required to dance continually challenges her and she strives to not only build strength but defy gravity, as well. Paige has a Bachelor's of Science degree in Nursing from East Tennessee State University. She has been a critical care nurse at Bristol Regional Medical Center for the last five years. She currently resides in Johnson City, Tennessee with her adorable dog, Elle.

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Seeds of Eden 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
SherryF More than 1 year ago
I will admit I love YA stories, even though sometimes they can fall a little flat in the excitement department. Seeds of Eden by A P Watson is one of those stories, but the opening pages did grab me and make me want to know Evey’s story. I wanted to know what’s going on, what will happen next. I love storylines like Seeds of Eden. Time travel? Reincarnation? Evey’s light in the darkness. More than a symbol of love and hope. Evey is a regular teenage girl in her senior year, with all the normal hopes and desires. She loves history and I wonder… I love her best friend, Caroline, especially when she says things like… “It’s like I always say, we’re best friends because we hate all the same people.” Seeds of Eden is a romance, a love story that is eternal…Infinite. It is YA all the way. I would have liked more depth…Her feelings for her situation, realizing who she really is and the fact that someone would die to protect her were glossed over. I wanted more details. I liked the story, but it is repetitious and drags sometimes. I kept waiting for something to happen, instead of just hem hawing her way through the relationship with Conrad. Yes, no, yes, no… Seeds of Eden does not stand alone and I do want to read the rest of their story. I want to see how everything pans out for them in this trilogy and for that reason I do recommend the series. I voluntarily reviewed a copy of Seeds of Eden by A P Watson.
krlga More than 1 year ago
Evey has had horrible nightmares since childhood, and now that she is almost 18 they seem to have gotten worse. When she sees the boy who's death features in her dreams at school, she has no idea what is going on. When the boy and she meet, she starts to have vision flashes during the day. Evey has no idea what is going on, or if she is going crazy, but it seems like the boy knows more about her than she does. So, to start, can I just mention how in love with this cover I am? It's gorgeous! And sure, I know you are not suppose to judge a book by it's cover, but let's just say I judged it pretty high after I saw the cover. That being said, this was such a cool book. I had no idea what the book was really about when I started to read since the synopsis is vague, which I now reflect on as surprising considering the title, but whatever. This story was a big surprise, and I could not have been happier with the story. I have never read about anything that surrounded the story of Adam and Eve, making this completely unique as well as engaging. I am not a fan of religions fiction, so I was a little concerned that the book would take an uncomfortable (for me) religious turn, but thankfully this story was more historical and fantasy based than religious based which I appreciated. I found book to be action packed, with mystery, cool supernatural elements like vision and reincarnation, as well as evil villains, the dead rising with a touch of romance. All the elements were blended together to create a fantastic read. Oh my Geez, the ending was so freaking shocking! I had no idea that was coming and left me hanging. Beware, the way the story ended is abrupt and will make you really frustrated and desperate for the next book, which I could not find a release date for. The author does a great job of creating realistic characters that you root for, as well as a dangerous mystery that causes you to question everything. Not everyone will make it out alive, but you will need to jump into the plot to find out. I highly recommend this to anyone who wants something different for their paranormal romance or those just looking for a good read. I received this title in return for my honest review
WhatsBeyondForks More than 1 year ago
This book was very intriguing. I enjoyed the concept and how it weaved some Biblical characters with other areas in history with a twist and meshed it all into the present day as well. The characters were interesting and fun. Even the 'bad guy' makes you want to know more about him. I thought it was all very well put together. I didn't totally understand why Evey was the only one forced to lose her memory to begin with. Everyone else, including Aiden it seemed, gets to keep theirs. I guess that helps add the extra drama, but it didn't really make sense to me. Otherwise, this story was interesting and completely kept my attention and ended on a little cliff hanger that has me anxious for the next book! Seeds of Eden by A.P. Watson was kindly provided to me by the author for review. The opinions are my own.