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- Listening Length: 11 hours and 29 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Penguin
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 31 May 2018
- Language: English, English
- ASIN: B079YW9NQN
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Love the plot - it reminds me of The Hunger Games/The Host/Divergent and the like (and would make an amazing film may I add - couldn't stop thinking that while reading). I really love that it is set in England (or an England you could expect to see if in 50 years no girls had been born haha). It is actually very believable in terms of what the human race has done to the world at the prospect of extinction - I like that it touches on aspects like that and pulls themes from the current world we live in. Really clever.
I can't wait to see what happens in the next book!! Hoping for a happy ending for Bram and Eve (but will have to wait for the THIRD book for that... very exciting), and there's SO MUCH I want to know that this book has teased at (I want to say so much more but won't give away any spoilers!). At 24 I might be slightly out of the target YA age range but if you love a semi sci-fi/love story/futuristic kinda book (again likening to The Huger Games and those like it) you will love this no matter your age!
Since I finished this book a few days ago I've thought about the themes of the story a few times which it would have floated out of my head by now if it was rubbish!
My criticisms of this book are in parts it seemed rushed. I read books as opposed to watching films so I can imagine and interpret the words, parts of this story were written about in detail and other parts rushed and glossed over which made the book a little unbalanced. I was hoping for a twilight style undying love and this didn't quite get there but I think this will develop in the next book.
It's not often I pick up a book and can't put it down, but this story had my hooked from the first chapter, it raised so many questions in my head that I need more I needed to know what happened next.
I can not wait for the next installment.
Well, I just Absolutly loved everything about this book. The story, Eve and Bram, the setting and the ease of reading it. The authors don’t employ overly elaborate language which is good. I found myself rooting for Eve throughout and joined her in her hatered for Vivian and all the EPO do. I couldn’t help thinking throughout that this would make an excellent movie. Hopefully after book 3 this will happen.
The book has a real Hunger Games vibe to it. I cannot wait for book 2 and thanks to the Eve of Man I will now try a few different genres.