sâmbătă, 8 iunie 2013

Review:The Human by Keary Taylor

The city of New Eden is cleared, but it won’t stay that way forever. The Bane continue to advance in horrific ways that will wipe humanity from the face of the Earth. A storm is coming, one none of them could have dared imagine. 

When a group of outsiders come to the city, everyone is on edge. They have too many questions and not enough answers about where they are from or what they want. Just because they are human doesn’t mean they can be trusted.

Eve made a choice–one that could have deadly repercussions. Desperate hearts bring about desperate actions. Now she must make another decision as her world continues to crumble: come to terms with who she really is, or risk her sanity. She thought she had unlocked all the secrets from her past, but there are truths still buried that leave her questioning what is real and what is not.


I admit that i'm addicted to this kind of books and when i received an e-copy of this book i was very happy.Thank you so much!!

Eve's story from the beginning fascinated me.Not just because of what she was,but because of what really happened in the book.In the first book i learned about how people struggled to survive and how they fighted for their life everyday.In this book the need to survive,to do everything to kill the Bane was what made everything more intense.What people could do just to survive in this book was amazing and crazy.And even if there were a few things i disliked,the rest was perfect.

Each word,each chapter,a few scenes-made me want to know more .The way things turned out and how Eve managed to do the right thing every single time made me love the story even more.
Once again there were so many lies.So many desperate acts.But what really shocked me was the way Eve changed and what happened to her after she escaped after being kidnapped.
If in the first book i liked West ,now i hate him.Maybe he had his reasons to lie or to betray Eve,but my opinion about him changed forever.

The New Eden could have been the perfect place for everyone.A place where they could have been safe and well,but some things don't last forever.A sanctuary for those who wanted to live and be protected.

I loved the way Eve wanted to protect everyone,especially Avian,but at the same time i hated the fact that she always wanted to sacrifice herself.It wasn't fair for her,even if she wasn't entirely human.She was strong and perfectily capable of doing things on her own.I admire her for that.
But what i really liked ,and i hope it won't change in the next book, was the fact that people didn't treat Eve different.And she deserves that after all she did for them.

Avian-my opinion about him is the same.I love that guy and i know that that won't change.Maybe he did some bad things,but i understand why,and if it was me in his place i would have done the same.Can't blame him for loving Eve and wanting to keep her safe.

The rest was perfect.How everything happened from the beginning and the new characters(which half of them i hate).
I couldn't believe when i read about some things from Eve past.I wonder what's next?What will Eve do next now that she knows that she can do things she never imagined?



Keary Taylor grew up along the foothills of the Rocky Mountains where she started creating imaginary worlds and daring characters who always fell in love. She now resides on a tiny island in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and their two young children. She continues to have an overactive imagination that frequently keeps her up at night. She is the author of the FALL OF ANGELS trilogy, EDEN, and WHAT I DIDN'T SAY. To learn more about Keary and her writing process, please visitwww.KearyTaylor.com.

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