Sunday, May 8

BookWhisperer Review: The Human by Keary Taylor

The Human
By: Keary Taylor
Series: The Eden Trilogy #2
My Copy: Ebook from Amazon
BookWhisperer Rating:
5 Star

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.

Our Thoughts
The Human was book 2 in The Eden Trilogy. Eve is continuing her journey protecting Eden, but the numbers after conclusion of book 1 have increased greatly. Eden has proven to be more this community of survivors than a location. Eve and her group a living in the center of Bane territory, so this book shows surviving in the middle of a war zone than avoiding it as we saw in The Bane. This new Eden location is quite advanced compared to what we had experienced, and has allowed our friends a bit more luxury than what we are used to. With this redevelopment of technology the possibility of existence is improving. Maybe at some point we can find a world where is it possible to fight the Tor Bane. Only The Human will show us that Tor Bane may not be our only enemies in this new world.

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