TorBane was created to save the world. Cybernetic technology designed to fuse with human DNA gave it the ability to heal anything. Instead, it left ninety-eight percent of Earth’s population more machine than man.
Eve is a soldier without a past. Her only goal is to keep her family, the colony of Eden, alive and away from the Bane: those infected by TorBane. She hunts, she watches, and she fights when needed.
Avian and West will wake her up. One a soldier, one a keeper of secrets—they will both test Eve’s sanity and awaken emotions she never knew she could feel. And she will make a choice that will change the future of mankind.
Those few humans left will fight. Against the evolving Bane, against those among themselves that may be human, but may not have a conscience or soul. And they’ll stand together until the very end.
The Eden Trilogy is The Terminator meets The Walking Dead with a heart-twisting romance and an explosive finish you’ll never see coming. This omnibus edition includes THE BANE, THE HUMAN, THE EVE, THE RAID: an Eden short story, and THE ASHES: an Eden prequel.
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About the Author
Keary Taylor lives on Orcas Island in Washington State with her husband and two young children. To learn more about Keary and her writing process visit www.KearyTaylor.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Enjoyed the Series very much. There are some typos/grammatical errors (e.g., ridged should have been rigid in one spot in the last book), but I didn't let those things bother me. Just pointing out for the author to find and correct if desired. I'll be looking for her other books now. Love finding good storytellers!
The author writes well and the story moves along with a fast pace that keeps you interested. The love triangle is good with a slighty different twist to it. I recommend this book to anyone wanting a post/pre-end of the world story. I will warn readers that the editing is lacking at times and you must be willing to suspend reality most of the time. I also found the ending drawn out and silly. Predictable but really unnecessary. However, despite its faults this is a good story. Read it and see. JC
A little slow in plaza said
Just Good Stuff