AGAINST ALL ODDS, SHE SURVIVED.THE FIRST GIRL BORN IN FIFTY YEARS.THEY CALLED HER EVE . . .All her life Eve has been kept away from the opposite sex. Kept from the truth of her past.But at sixteen it's time for Eve to face her destiny. Three potential males have been selected for her. The future of humanity is in her hands. She's always accepted her fate.Until she meets Bram.Eve wants control over her life. She wants freedom.But how do you choose between love and the future of the human race?EVE OF MAN is the first in an explosive new trilogy by bestselling authors Giovanna & Tom Fletcher....
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Eve of Man (Eve of Man Trilogy #1) Reviews
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Eve is the first female to be born in 50 years. In an ageing world destroyed by man, she’s raised away from the conflict in the ‘dome’ - a paradise of school lessons, dancing and talking to her AI ‘friend’ Holly. But there’s more to Holly than meets the eyes. As Eve approaches her 16th birthday, can she accept her inevitable fate as the saviour of her race, or will a forbidden love force secrets out into the open?
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I absolutely loved this book. I didn't expect too but I did. Full review will be posted on 31at May on publication day
Nature has stopped giving birth to girls and even though scientist do all they can, only boys remain.
Than a miracle happens: a woman conceives naturally and gives birth to a healthy baby girl: Eve.
She is the first girl born in 50 years and she becomes the savior of the human race.
Kept in a tower her entire live, without contact with any boys, she prepares to meet 3 Potentials.
She gets to choose who will become the father of her children, but everything changes when she meets a boy named Bram.
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"I guess reality is just the world with which we are presented."
I. AM. OBSESSED! A million stars! Eve of Man is going to be one of my highlights of 2018!
I started it yesterday and I only put it down because I was half asleep. The synopsis already sounded very engaging to me, I love books about future worlds and this one I liked very much.
I received an ARC via netgalley for an honest review and I'm so happy and thankful that I got the chance to read it. It'll be published on May 31, 2018.
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Realistically probably a 3.5
So the premise of this is somewhat interesting. No girls born for 50 years and then, BAM, baby Eve crops up. Will she save us, will she not - cue YA dystopian trilogy.
I liked how the romance seemed believable and a lot less contrived than many other books of this genre. For the most part the pace was good too.
Maybe I'm nit picking but I think my cons outway the pros. To me, it felt like the authors had a list of things that happen in a YA book and were just throwing ...more
3.5 to 4*
The blurb intrigued me and my first thought was the incredible Children of Men. The difference is in Children of Men no children had been born for eighteen years. Whereas in Eve of Man it’s been 50 years since the last baby girl was born.
Without females the human race was facing extinction and by the time Eve was born the earth was a mess. Men living without hope of a future have abused the world beyond imagination. Overconsumption of fossil fuels accelerated global warming.
Then came t ...more
De eerste 150 bladzijden slepen te lang aan, maar daarna wordt het beter, al wordt het nergens echt spectaculair. Niet kernachtig genoeg en daardoor halen de auteurs er niet helemaal uit wat erin zat en blijft het bij een doorsnee YA.
AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS
I received an ARC from Penguin Random House India in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own.
EVE OF MAN, in a nutshell, has:
1) An interesting Plot (AND I MEAN VERY INTERESTING) *gestures at you to read synopsis above*
2) Easy to read writing (no superfluous nonsense, YAY)
3) A lot of filler?
EVE OF MAN left me with:
1) A sense of something missing, or potential unfulfilled, if you know what I mean
Look, I LOVE dystopi ...more