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Eve and Adam [Kindle Edition]

Katherine Applegate , Michael Grant
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)

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Gattaca meets Dark Angel from international best-selling authors Katherine Applegate and Michael Grant, author of GONE. A mystery-thriller that bursts out of the world of genetic science and into the lives of teens.

Love has never had much of a place in the life of Evening Spiker. But being the daughter of a billionaire genetic scientist has other perks. Like a private hospital where you can recover from near-fatal road accidents. And a hot surfer boy to push your wheelchair. While Eve is healing, her mother sets her an unexpected challenge: to use a cutting-edge virtual reality system to design the perfect boy; everything from the colour of his eyes to the level of his IQ. It’s the chance of a lifetime. The chance to play God . . . or is it more than just playing?

An exceptional page-turner from the creator of the GONE series. Escapism doesn’t get more thrilling than this book for teens.

Praise for the GONE series by Michael Grant:

“Exciting, high-tension story told in a driving, torrential narrative . . . This is great fiction. I love these books” – Stephen King.

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"'exciting, high-tension story told in a driving, torrential narrative... This is great fiction. I love these books.' (Stephen King, bestselling author.)"

About the Author

Michael Grant is the cocreator and coauthor of the series of books and publishing phenomenon Animorphs and the Everworld series. He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, with his wife, Katherine Applegate, and their two children.

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Michael Grant was born in Los Angeles but that's not important because he was soon out of there. His father was a military man, frequently transferred, so Michael was the "new kid" in school every year but one. He left school early and embraced the rootless lifestyle as his own. He's lived in more flats and houses than he can recall, all across the US and in France and Italy as well. He's back in southern California as of this writing but with no plans to stay put.

Michael met his wife, Katherine (K.A.) Applegate, 30 years ago, in Austin, Texas. He saw her through her apartment window and immediately knocked on her door. They've been together since that first meeting.

Michael Grant did not set out to be a writer. He's worked as a stock clerk, a house painter, an apartment manager, busboy, waiter, restaurant manager, janitor, editorial cartoonist, political media consultant, documentary producer, and no doubt some other jobs he's managed to forget. After ten years working odd jobs together, Katherine informed Michael that it was time for them both to grow up, get careers, possibly have children. Once he was revived, Michael agreed.

Katherine and Michael began writing in 1989, often as a team, and wrote 150 books, including the ANIMORPHS series.
They have two disobedient children, Jake, 11, and Julia, 9, an overweight Labrador Retriever named Goofy, a cat named Lightning and a pug named Pugs who is Michael's personal nemesis.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Becky L
What would you do if you could, literally, design the 'perfect' guy; from his looks to his personality, everything? This alone drew me to this book. It is different, it is original. I had to see what is was all about.

This book gives a different perspective to the `perfect guy'. How many people get to simulate the perfect guy into the level of depth as genetics? But maybe there is no such thing. There will always be a fault into the guy you end up spending the rest of your life with. It is dealing with that fault that is the interesting parts of any relationship. A man without fault, the perfect guy, may not be so interesting. So what is perfect? When Eve is designing Adam, it really gets you thinking about all the different aspects that make us human; from our physical traits to all the nitty gritty details of our personalities.

I am a nerd. I know I am a nerd. I can happily admit I am one. Two interests in my life are science, specifically biology, and latest technology (although not at as much detail). Eve and Adam sort of tickled my fancy in each. Eve is playing around with genetics but you really do not need to know much about the topic to understand this book. Genes code for our individual traits. That's all you really need to know. I am guessing this is set in the near future. Technology is used a lot more in this book than most YA novels I have read. Many characters in YA still seem to use phones for just calls and texts which are fair enough. Here we have characters using apps. iPads are commonly used. Electric cars are also getting the go ahead. It did give a slight sci-fi edge to it but still thoroughly believable. I enjoyed this side of the world. iPads as medical charts? It could happen.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not as gripping as the 'Gone' series. 6 April 2013
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Although I enjoyed this book, the overall premise that a young girl could build a viable person so quickly by picking eye colour, hair colour etc from a computer programme was too presposterous to sustain credibility. The underlying ideas of the story needed more development although the main characters were well drawn and engaging. In many ways this seems like a rushed novel which may be a result of the collaboration in writing. Still a good read but not one of Michael Grant's best.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Exciting, Humorous & Just Damn Good! 17 Jun. 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
Michael Grant and Katherine Applegate, you’ve done it again! Eve and Adam is an action-packed, futuristic sci-fi novel, filled with mystery, romance and betrayal. And it was funny!

Eve and Adam was brilliant! I had a great time reading it. I really enjoyed it. And that’s what a book is supposed to do, right? Books are written for enjoyment and pleasure, that’s their job. And Eve and Adam definitely did the job right.

There are so many great things about Eve and Adam. Where do I start? I wasn’t very intrigued at the beginning, the very beginning. I thought this was going to be a predictable, boring story. Well, I was wrong. The story kept surprising me and I was at the edge of my seat the whole time. The authors really know how to keep up the suspense. Their are so many different aspects to Eve and Adam’s story line. It was mysterious, it was thrilling, it was romantic, it was hilarious! There are so many different parts of the story that you can enjoy and love. That’s why Eve and Adam is a book for all.

“I want you, Evening, to design the perfect boy,”

I really liked the characters in the book. They are all, very much, individuals. We have Evening, the sort of insecure, but strong-willed girl. Aislin, the witty one, who settles for a drug-addicted boyfriend. She’s one of my favourite characters, I must say. Solo, well I don’t really know how to describe him. He is kind on the inside, and he loves Evening. We also have Terra Spiker, Evening’s mother. She is hilarious! What a strong personality. She’s scary, but I just loved her! And finally, we have Adam, Evening’s perfect creation.

The characters were very relatable, and easy to understand. Their personalities were very unique and they were all so different to each other.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Micheal Grant and Katherine Applegate are not two authors who beat around the bush; instead they threw me straight into the deep end, by starting this amazing book with the opening scene of the day Evening (also know as E.V. or Eve) has her accident. The very same that would almost entirely detach a leg, mangle her arm and change her life forever.
You're probably thinking that her life will never be same because she's been in an accident, but no. The accident leads her to the facility where she will get the best possible care, slowly recover and where Eve's mother asks her, as a distraction from the lengthy healing process, to design the perfect boy for Project 88175, known amongst the Big Brain scientists of Spiker & Plisseken as Project Adam.
Now let me tell you, having reached this point early on in the book, not even the gorgeous looking guy in the sun lounger next to me could deter my gaze from my kindle. I was gone hook, line and sinker.

In this absolutely great novel we meet a variety of interesting characters with the main two being Eve and Solo, and it is from alternatively both points of view that this story is told.

Solo was a very interesting character and, as alone as his name would suggest, was brought up essentially by the scientists around him and the building that contains him, the very same he secretly plots and schemes to bring down. Cleverer than he lets on, with a perfected art of shielding his thoughts from being read as expressions on his face, Solo was an intriguing character with a very different take on life considering his upbringing and with a cold detached view of the world that surrounds him and the people in it.
But then again how would you feel brought up almost like a guest hamster in a lab rat maze?
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4.0 out of 5 stars Appealing and Interesting!
The blurb was very appealing. I'm on the look out for books of this topic all the time. It was very thought provoking and I was finished quite quick as I didn't want to put it... Read more
Published 2 months ago by Psychosaur
4.0 out of 5 stars New and Exciting novel from the author of Gone
Eve and Adam – Michael Grant and Katherine Applegate

‘And girl created boy’

After being involved in a near fatal car accident Evening Spiker is rushed from... Read more
Published 2 months ago by Chris Walters
3.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing as I usually love this author
Maybe I'm being a little harsh giving it three stars but I was really disappointed by this book. I was expecting more focus on the science and the moral issues of designing humans... Read more
Published 5 months ago by Rhiannon
5.0 out of 5 stars Love it
I love these kind of books it got a little bit strange in the middle but over all I love it!
Published 7 months ago by book lover
1.0 out of 5 stars Book Review: Eve & Adam by Michael Grant and Katherine Applegate
After being hit by the car, Eve goes flying through the air. The next thing she’s vaguely aware of what’s happening – her mother arguing with the doctor and then being transferred... Read more
Published 7 months ago by Antony Simpson
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
good story
Published 10 months ago by joanne ness
1.0 out of 5 stars Personally Didn't Like The Book
Having read the 'Gone' series by Michael Grant, I was interested in this book, and that was the main reason I bought it, but this didn't personally appeal to me, and I fount the... Read more
Published 14 months ago by Oliver Birch
2.0 out of 5 stars Not bad
This arrived nice and quickly and upon reading I thought it was quite weird but I did see it through to the end
Published 14 months ago by Sophie Lou
4.0 out of 5 stars Very good
This is a very good book; I like the fact that the book is told from different characters' points of view. Read more
Published 15 months ago by Valkyrie Cain
4.0 out of 5 stars Intriguing
I read this book and so did my 11 year old son. It was a good read, well paced and an interesting story
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