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  • Eve of Man
  • Giovanna Fletcher
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  • 27 November 2019
  • 9781984830111

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review ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ñ Giovanna Fletcher review Eve of Man ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free All her life Eve has been kept away from the opposite sex Kept from the truth of her pastSHE'S THE ANSWER TO THEIR PRAYERS THEIR FINAL HOPEBut at sixteen it's time for Eve to face her destiny Three potential males have been selected for her The future of the world is in her hands She's al. ARC BOOK REVIEWRelease Date 31518This really appealed to me the idea of a dystopian landscape where female births have decimated to the point where the last XX Birth in fifty years is the honour of one young girl aptly name EveUnsurprisingly she is one hot commodity kept segregated from the common masses in the tower with the Mothers Aged woman who have made it there lives vocation to raise herEve is raised with the ideals that she alone is the last hope for humanity a heavy responsibility for any young girlHer only companion aside from the mothers is Holly a kind of ready made best friend she s a sort of hologram run by three drivers one of whom is BramBram and Eve though they have never touched in person have sort of grown to adulthood side by sideDespite only interacting through Holly these two have learned to recognise each otherAnd it s not long before the deep feelings these two inspire in each other spill over into real timeSo I did find this slightly disappointing sighNot much really happens in the first two thirds of this story it s all Eve meeting the potentials and a whole lot of inner turmoil from both Bram and Eve and I did find things to be uite slow and plodding in nature a kind of slow buildThis didn t work for me really and I found my attention at times drifting somewhatAlso there s no real explanation for why things are the way they are which I found a rather perplexing factI felt this was a missed opportunity to further expand on this uniue backdropSo For me this was all gearing up to be a 25 review then luckily things did kick up a notch going from snail pace to 100 MPH in ten seconds flatWhat a relief With this then upbeat in the storyline things really did improve for me rescuing Eve Of Man and reinvesting me in the storylineEve herself finally becomes less of a victim and proactive in her own life her eyes are finally opened to what is actually occurring around her when she endeavours to break out of her bubble and take back some control of her own lifeBram also came into his own eventually as well though I do feel that he took the scenic route rather than the main road but never mind the point is he gets there eventuallyThis is told in dual POV from Both Eve and Brams perspective and though there was a budding romance here this is a completely clean YA and the romance is of a secondary concern the main focus being on the underlying greater purpose and the breakdown in societyI also found this to be a very imaginative read though I do think we are not giving the XY gene enough credit in regards to society s breakdown without the female inputUltimately I will read book two as I do want to know where this is going but I m not sure how invested I am yet watch this spaceThank you to the publisher and NetGalley for providing me with an ARC of Eve of Man Eve of Man Trilogy 1 of which I have reviewed voluntaryAll opinions are entirely my ownReviewed By Beckie Bookwormhttpswwwfacebookcombeckiebookwormwwwbeckiebookwormcom A Tangled Affair The Pearl House #2 years is the honour of one The Prince of Pleasure The Wilde Brothers #05 young girlHer only companion aside from the mothers is Holly a kind of ready made best friend she s a sort of hologram run by three drivers one of whom is BramBram and Eve though they have never touched in person have sort of grown to adulthood side by sideDespite only interacting through Holly these two have learned to recognise each otherAnd it s not long before the deep feelings these two inspire in each other spill over into real timeSo I did find this slightly disappointing sighNot much really happens in the first two thirds of this story it s all Eve meeting the potentials and a whole lot of inner turmoil from both Bram and Eve and I did find things to be uite slow and plodding in nature a kind of slow buildThis didn t work for me really and I found my attention at times drifting somewhatAlso there s no real explanation for why things are the way they are which I found a rather perplexing factI felt this was a missed opportunity to further expand on this uniue backdropSo For me this was all gearing up to be a 25 review then luckily things did kick up a notch going from snail pace to 100 MPH in ten seconds flatWhat a relief With this then upbeat in the storyline things really did improve for me rescuing Eve Of Man and reinvesting me in the storylineEve herself finally becomes less of a victim and proactive in her own life her eyes are finally opened to what is actually occurring around her when she endeavours to break out of her bubble and take back some control of her own lifeBram also came into his own eventually as well though I do feel that he took the scenic route rather than the main road but never mind the point is he gets there eventuallyThis is told in dual POV from Both Eve and Brams perspective and though there was a budding romance here this is a completely clean YA and the romance is of a secondary concern the main focus being on the underlying greater purpose and the breakdown in societyI also found this to be a very imaginative read though I do think we are not giving the XY gene enough credit in regards to society s breakdown without the female inputUltimately I will read book two as I do want to know where this is going but I m not sure how invested I am Hers to Protect Shores of Indian Lake #11 yet watch this spaceThank Her Small Town Hero you to the publisher and NetGalley for providing me with an ARC of Eve of Man Eve of Man Trilogy 1 of which I have reviewed voluntaryAll opinions are entirely my ownReviewed By Beckie Bookwormhttpswwwfacebookcombeckiebookwormwwwbeckiebookwormcom

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review ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ñ Giovanna Fletcher review Eve of Man ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free PRE ORDER EVE OF MAN THE FIRST BOOK IN A BRAND NEW TRILOGY JOINTLY WRITTEN BY BESTSELLING AUTHORS GIOVANNA TOM FLETCHERAGAINST ALL ODDS SHE SURVIVEDTHE FIRST GIRL BORN IN FIFTY YEARSTHEY CALLED HER EVETHE WORLD HAD WAITED FOR HER ARRIVAL WITH BATED BREATHShe is the last girl on earth and. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Eve is the first female to be born in 50 years In an ageing world destroyed by man she s raised away from the conflict in the dome a paradise of school lessons dancing and talking to her AI friend Holly But there s to Holly than meets the eyes As Eve approaches her 16th birthday can she accept her inevitable fate as the saviour of her race or will a forbidden love force secrets out into the openI tried to like this I really did On paper it should be right up my street Dystopian YA female lead ideas of gender suppression but I just found it incredibly simplistic and uninspiring It all just feels a little bit been there done that with a rather unsophisticated take on The Handmaid s Tale and this idea that women have been oppressed and controlled which seems to be a recurrent theme in dystopian fiction at the moment The writing style is very overly descriptive in terms of feelings which I don t think really works here as nothing is left for the reader to interpret and develop their own opinions It s all telling with no subtleties which I think would have helped elevate the text The world building is also rather limited Other than an overview at the beginning which gives an outline into the current state of the planet and humanities apparent lack of respect for the environment due to no future generations to pass it to there s little explanation as to why the world is how it is Why are no female being born What exactly happened Would a world full of mainly men really result in global catastrophes I find this slightly condescending to believe Perhaps this will be expanded on in future literature but I really think time should have been spent trying to flesh out the world that I was suppose to care about The glimpses we see of life outside the dome were some of my favourite segments and I found the hints of environmental destruction and how the Freevers live far interesting than any character in the dome Eve and Bram as the two narrators have very distinct voices and it was easy to differentiate when each of them is in control of the narrative which helped with the flow of the story However they do unfortunately suffer from what comes across as instalove and I found uite a lot of their scenes together uite cringy especially the gushy declarations of love We re given a background to suggest that Eve and Bram have grown up together and know each other well but they ve never so much as touched It s a very clean romance which is rather childish and simple but to me it also feels like infatuation and the love of the unknown rather than romantic love which makes the second half of the book and the motives behind it even harder to understandA major issue that I found in the book is this very clear divide in the story into two distinctive parts The first half is very Eve focused and centres around her life in the dome and her relationships with Bram and the Mothers the ageing women who care for her The second half is very much of a revolutionary fast paced action story I found it uite jarring although I did enjoy the second half However again I found Bram s story a little too easy for him Everything falls into place with very little struggle and strife and his character goes from beaten down son of high powered genius to revolutionary leader without any real believable development of character In comparison Eve comes across increasingly like a damsel in distress as the story progresses with little ability to really fight for herself without the help of others This could have been a good story about gender dynamics and the distribution of power in a world devoid of females and the continuing struggle to preserve the female race Unfortunately I just couldn t enjoy it was much as I wanted but I genuinely hope this finds an audience with younger readers as an introduction into dystopian fiction with an innocent romance

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review ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ñ Giovanna Fletcher review Eve of Man ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ways accepted her fateEVE IS THE SAVIOUR OF HUMANITYUntil she meets BramEve wants control over her life She wants freedomI AM EVEHow do you choose between love and the future of the human race EVE OF MAN is the first in an explosive new trilogy by bestselling authors Giovanna Tom Fletcher. I guess reality is just the world with which we are presentedI AM OBSESSED A million stars Eve of Man is going to be one of my highlights of 2018I started it yesterday and I only put it down because I was half asleep The synopsis already sounded very engaging to me I love books about future worlds and this one I liked very muchI received an ARC via netgalley for an honest review and I m so happy and thankful that I got the chance to read it It ll be published on May 31 2018 From the synopsis we know that Eve the first girl born in fifty years has been kept away from the opposite sex all her life When three potential man have been selected for her nothing goes as it should And then she meets Bram If you want to get blind into the book stop reading her Well not exactly Bram actually she meets Holly You ll probably be confused now what nonsens is this girl talking about Let me explain The best way to create a connection to Eve and know her thoughts would be If she had a friend But how can you get a friend for a girl who s the last rescue for the human world A girl who lives in a Dom at the highest point of a tower so she ll be kept safe Riiiiiiiight you create one So Holly is being controlled by three different pilotes who navigate her they talk to Eve and make her feel comfortable One of them is Bram he has been taken from his mother by his super intelligent scientist father and lived in the tower since then Bram get s to know Eve as a child when he himself was one and after a certain time she starts to favour him instead of the other two pilots she recognises his eyes behind Hollys fassade I love love loved the idea behind this novel but have to admit the reactions of man towards Eve were pretty horrific Some of them never have seen a woman they were not allowed to visit public places and were kept save and are terrified when they see Eve for the first time There is a solider who s tempted by Eve so I ll warn you that there s the idea of rape forming in his mind but he doesn t do it If you want to avoid any mention of it you now have been warned We don t get to see much of the world outside of the dome but that didn t bother me There will be further books in this series and I m curious how things will play out What I liked about this book I enjoy the dystopian genre very much also post apocalyptic worlds etc and especially ones with good ideas The book was special in its scheme as well as in its writing style we got to read from two POV s Bram and Eve I admired that very much because I got drawn into the story and could sympathize with both of them especially with Eve She was separated from the rest of the world and never had the chance to meet new people and make friends I was so sad when she was screaming alone in her room after what has been done to her I loved every part of this book and look forward to read the second one