THIS REVIEW HAS SPOILERS! PLEASE READ AT YOUR OWN RISK!
Avian: The Dr. at Eden, loves Eve
Eve: Part human part Fallen
West: Has known Eve since she was small. loves Eve
About the book:
” The company NovaTor Biotics created a new breed of technology, Manufactured a product that was going to save millions of peoples lives, improve a few million more. They created tehchnology that infused human DNA with cybernetic molecules. It had the ablility to generate new limbs, organs and just about any other human part. The machine was a part of you, just like your feet or your eyes. It was the perfect blend of machine and man…. But the technology mutate. Side effects started showing up…. The technology was evolving on its own… By the forth month 98% of the world’s population was infected…”
Eve lived with the rest of Eden, a small community of 32 humans trying to stay alive. She is one of the top watchers/ hunters they have. Eve is noticing changes, feeling things she has never felt. Now that West has joined Eden , she starts to learn things about herself she never new. Fining out she was an experiment from NovaTor by finding out by a notebook West keeps close to him. Now Eve not only has to help the people of Eden but she must choose who she loves more. West: the one she cant trust but feels intense when they kiss, blacks out when she is with him, or Avian the one who always seems to calm her and makes her feel like she is a normal person.
I got to say, when i finished this book i was soooooo disappointed in it. This book is nothing but resident evil but instead of zombies its cyborgs. I started to read this book because prequel, REBIRTH, was getting a lot of good reviews…. Well, i didn’t read that part that said it was a prequel, i thought it was a sequel. So i read it, but i was a little skeptical just because it was by Keary Taylor. At the end West is infected and they are trying to treat him, but you never really find out if he servives or not. You kinda get the idea that he will make it but never get a yes or no. I gave this book a 3 out of 5 stars on goodreads.com No i dont recommend it