The first book in Anna Carey's chilling Eve trilogy, Eve is perfect for fans of The Handmaiden's Tale. After a deadly virus wiped out most of Earth's population, the . Eve Trilogy has 6 entries in the series. Eve. Eve Trilogy (Series). Book 1. Anna Carey Author Tavia Gilbert Narrator (). cover image of Eve. Editorial Reviews. Review. “A gripping, unforgettable adventure—and a fresh look at what it ruthenpress.info: Eve eBook: Anna Carey: Kindle Store.
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Read "Once" by Anna Carey available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get For the first time since she escaped from her school many months ago, Eve c. Rise: An Eve Novel - Anna Carey Ebook torrent free downloads, Shared by:sweet Written by Anna Carey Formats: EPUB MOBI PDF. Shared by:ranran86 . (Eve #2). by. Anna Carey (Goodreads Author). · Rating details · 18, ratings . Shelves: dystopian, young-adult, release, ebook, edelweiss, e- arc.
Ich mag E-books nicht, weshalb auch meine Lesemotivation entsprechend gering war. Es war meiner Meinung nach ein bisschen zu dramatisch, aber naja Bin jetzt einfach nur noch gespannt, wie die Trilogie enden wird, weil es doch einige uner Endlich fertig! Bin jetzt einfach nur noch gespannt, wie die Trilogie enden wird, weil es doch einige unerwartete Wendungen im jetzigen Teil gab. Oct 05, Natalie rated it liked it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. Book cover: When Eve gets word that Caleb is in trouble, she sets out into the wild again to rescue him, only to be captured and brought to the City of Sand, the Book cover: My comments: They fall into a trap.
Eve discovers that the King doesn't want her to re-populate, but that he is infact her father! Shock Horror! Eve is a Princess - how lovely for our main character.
Eve misses Caleb, there is a price on his head. He is wanted dead for the murder of to American soldiers that he did not commit.
Eve killed them, but they can hardly hold the Princess responsible Caleb is working in the City of Sand. Working on an uprising, a revolt, with Moss the leader of secret communications!
He is creating a network of tunnels under the old flood sewers which will get people in to start a way, and help others escape. They try to rush back to the palace and get Eve back there safe, but it doesnt work. The King says he will release Caleb if she marries some loser that works for him. She agrees. But she doesnt want to. She loves Caleb. A few select people will help her. Its a trap. Eve is taken back to the Palace; it was her maid Beautrice that betrayed her for fear of her own daughters life.
Eve is upset, but on one level understands. The King forces her to carry on as normal. She walks down the isle, the King lifts her veil. The wedding begins I doubt it very much Can't wait for the next installment! Nov 24, YA Novelties rated it it was ok. Check this review out at our blog!
Eve ended with such a perfect ending to keep the reader dying for Once, I remember reading an excerpt of this book and thinking "Meh After all, many of its themes and plot devices were ones already used in dystopians for years, and all of the characters bugged me.
So now I really wonder why I read Once because honestly, it was worse than I expected. Once beg Check this review out at our blog! Once begins a few months after the epic cliffhanger we were left off on. Eve is kind of off on her own in the women's haven, Califia, and suddenly, she discovers that the women there are willing to betray her for the safety of the rest of the women.
Big shocker, isn't it? I mean, sacrificing one girl is an awfully cheap price for the safety of at least women, so anyone with common sense can understand.
The girl's new, doesn't really contribute much to Califia society, but Eve treats this news like it's the end of the world. Basically, I just hate the protagonist of this series with a burning passion, which kind of causes my hatred of the series.
I know I'm being a little harsh OK, extremely harsh on Eve. For most characters, I'm willing by bypass the sudden case of selfishness. However, for Eve, this has been a ongoing issue from Day 0.
By now, I've been hoping for some form of her maturing, to make her seem relatable. Unfortunately, this just never happens. Throughout Once as well, Eve is still the same bratty girl who ran away from school the previous year.
Not thinking anything through and believing that she's faultless when she causes tragedy to strike others. Additionally, the plot of this book sort of fell flat as well. We find out the secret behind Eve's past, and it's not that shocking. Many plot devices overused and repeatedly used in YA are used in Once. While I was reading this book, I felt like the plot was flowing similarly to how Torn by Amanda Hocking did.
Kind of a spoiler. Although there genres were different, Torn and Once are similar in plot and building up momentum for a sort of deadpan climax. The plot is almost identical to Torn, yet I loved Torn way more than Once, surprisingly.
The thing is, Wendy in the Trylle trilogy matures and becomes a competent ruler over her people. Good luck with Eve managing to lead anyone, let along to not lead them into a trap, which she does repeatedly.
There was just something crucial missing in Once that didn't allow me to appreciate anything. The writing was decent, but just couldn't hook me to this book. Many times, I nearly gave up on reading this because I was so frustrated with Eve, as you probably have guessed. Now, I'm just really disappointed with this series and the author, and really just can't imagine myself trying to finish the series with Rise.
Angie YA Novelties View 2 comments. I love, love, love Once. I couldn't believe Carey could leave me on a more heart-breaking, torturous cliffhanger than she did in Eve, but yes she did it again arrrrrr! Eve and Caleb are my kind of YA couple. Eve is a strong, take-charge heroine, and Caleb is my strong, fun loving hero. Eve and Caleb are steamy hot this I love, love, love Once.
Eve and Caleb are steamy hot this time around with their romance and I do feel like Eve is going to kick some royal King's butt along with a few New America guards in the third book Rise. I think the title says it all. Can I just please have the third book now?!!! But Eve keeps having nightmares that Caleb is dying. What's waiting for Eve at the warehouse isn't Caleb, but the last person she thought she would ever see again.
Eve is now a prisoner, and on her way back to the City of Sand to be the King's wife…or that's what she thought until she arrives at the King's palace and finds out marrying her was not his intentions. But when the King tells her who he is and who she will become, let's just say Eve never saw this one coming, and neither did I.
When Eve arrives at the palace she's still trying to find Caleb, but what she finds is Charles and the king's plans for Eve which doesn't include Caleb.
I was very glad that Eve and Caleb were able to share their feelings for each other before all hell breaks out. Eve and Caleb are beautiful together. Eve dreams of being with Caleb, but the King and Charles are definitely not going to let that happen.
Eve fears her nightmares for Caleb are going to come true, along with her fears of what she will have to do to save him. Anna Carey did not disappoint me with this awesome sequel to Eve, I love it, and Eve and Caleb romance is getting more amazing with each novel. I only hate having to wait another year for Rise, but I will because it's well worth the wait! I highly recommend Once as a must read! View all 7 comments.
Oct 15, Kristin Aragon rated it really liked it. The sequel to Eve proved to not just be a filler book like most sequels in a trilogy are.
The same amount of action and events occurred during the course of the story as well. The twist in the story that you are represented with is a complete shocker.
It was something that I honestly never expected. It had a more determined feel and you see Eve grow as a character, from a scared little girl to a woman who should not be underestimated. It The sequel to Eve proved to not just be a filler book like most sequels in a trilogy are. It starts basically where we left off.
She works in a bookstore and is under the impression that she is safe and well cared for. That is until Arden finally shows up looking like a man. Eve and Arden overhear them plotting to give Eve up to the army if the time ever comes so they end up running away again.
Only this time they do get caught. Arden is sent back to the schools and Eve is taken to the King where she learns the shocking truth about why she is really there.
And to me it was quite a shocking revelation. I really loved where the story ended up going and was surprised a few times, but some of the things were also a bit predictable, like arranged marriages, suspicion of certain people and so forth.
I ended up felling really sorry for her because most people who she meets ends up betraying her in some way or the other. Anna Carey did what some authors lack in doing. She kept you captivated through the entire book, which is difficult to do in a sequel book. I enjoyed reading it and recommend it to everyone. Give it a try. It might surprise you. Jun 19, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: I own a copy of this book.
When she hears that he might still be alive, she sneaks out to try and find him only to be captured by soldiers and taken to the city. Why is the King so desperate to get Eve? What has happened to Caleb? And what will happen to Eve now?
This was a good story, and I lik Source: This was a good story, and I liked it more than I liked book 1. Eve was quite strong in this book, and really tried to help and make changes that would benefit those who were still suffering. She could have been better at knowing when people were lying to her though. I also liked the slightly faster pace. The romance in this one progressed from what we got in book 1, but there was nothing graphic.
Overall; much better than the first book. Jan 02, Leah Jane Speare rated it really liked it. A good solid four, not wavering to 3 or anything. Significantly better than Eve. For the past few months, Eve has been living in Califia, a haven for women living outside the reign of the King. But when she learns her new home may not be safe for her anymore, she escapes in hope of finding Caleb—whom she had to leave behind in order to stay in Califia—but quickly finds herself in the City of Sand, home of the King who pursues her.
In this sequel, Eve herself gro A good solid four, not wavering to 3 or anything. In this sequel, Eve herself grows more independent and experienced with life outside the School, becoming involved in situations she could have never imagined before; and I was glad to see, she adapted to it all excellently. Once sets a completely different mood than Eve, filled with a number of unexpected twists, and ties off with a cliffhanger ending.
Nov 13, Kristi rated it really liked it Shelves: At this point, the first book is my favorite of the two. That being said, I believe this is a good book. Unfortunately, my reading experience this time around was one where personal issues got in the way perspective on certain things, bad moods, etc. So, I still want to give this a At this point, the first book is my favorite of the two. So, I still want to give this a rating just above 3, because I think it deserves it.
Recommend this to anyone who has read the first book. Try this sequel out and see what you think. The ending was honestly one of my favorite parts and I can't wait to see how the trilogy ends in book 3. Eigentlich ist die Bewertung nicht gerecht, da ich dieses Buch nicht beendet habe. Schon Band eins hat mir nicht sonderlich zugesagt. Durch Band zwei habe ich mich Seiten gelesen aber es ist einfach nicht meine Trilogie.
Dec 19, Taschima marked it as to-read. Pretty cover, as to the story agh, I don't know. The first one was a bit disappointing, but I just gotta read this one to know if it will get better or just worse.
Or does he just want her cause he thinks she is some hot piece of ass? Oh us readers, we gotta do what we gotta do; the lengths we have to go to find the truth!
View all 3 comments. Dec 10, Lauren rated it really liked it. A sequel that manages to top its predecessor is rare, but it happens, and Once is such a book. It's just as exciting and haunting as Eve but the characters are more mature, have more depth.
I couldn't put Carey's newest novel down and I'm so excited for the last book in the trilogy! There was lots of action and the plot became more complex. Eve did show some character growth and there was an improvement on her character from the first book. Caleb however was an idiot. But from then on the plot got predictable and my interest zoned in and out.
Overall this was a slight improvement from the first book. Feb 12, Amanda rated it really liked it Shelves: A joint review with my co-blogger, Meg: Once by Anna Carey is the second book in the Eve trilogy. Set in , eighteen year old Eve is living in Califia, a female-only haven.
Meg was the one who recommended Eve to me last year and while I enjoyed A joint review with my co-blogger, Meg: We especially don't want to give away too much about the first book in case you haven't read it yet. I picked up Once with the hope that it would be a little better than Eve.
And it was! I found the first half of the book to go a little bit slowly, but the second half flew by. In fact, I would start reading on my lunch break and be crushed when my time was up and had to leave my book behind. I'm a librarian, but I never get to read on the job. I tweeted to Mands on my lunch break the last few days because having a minor meltdown about the suspense of the story. I really loved your tweets, Meg, you got me excited about this book, all over again!
Eve finds out more details about her family and she shares more memories of her childhood with her mother, before she died from the virus. Their love for each other is so sweet and I was happy with the progression in their relationship. I'm with Mands about the changes Eve experienced. She has a lot more common sense and street smarts this time around. I also loved her tenacity. She keeps overcoming obstacles throughout the series, but especially in Once.
At one point, it seems that everything she thought she knew about herself and her life is a lie. But, she lifts herself up and tries again. Caleb, of course, came back into this story. Pero su seguridad tiene un precio: Encerrada en la ciudad amurallada, Eve descubre un sorprendente secreto sobre su pasado y se ve forzada a enfrentarse a la cruda realidad que es el futuro que le espera.
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