I like reading about the different ways authors think the world might come to. And Victoria Foyt, Revealing Eden’s author, did not disappoint me.
In the book, Earth has had a lot of radiation problems from the sun’s rays. Therefore, the people in the book die quicken then they do today. The darker complected people, for lack of a better term, rule because crustaceans die quicker from the radiation.
Anyway, the main character, Eden, is six months away from being eighteen, and if she fails to be mated then she will be cut off from need supplies. Being this desperate she is a naive girl that gets her and her father in trouble.
Due to a turn in event Eden, Dr. Newman [Eden’s Father], and Bramford, who appears to be very arrogant to everyone, have to leave the Combs and go to the outside world.
Eden and Bramford grow slowly together but something keeps him from getting closer. What could it be?
This book really surprise me, in a good way that is. There is a lot of suspense and the whole book keeps you on your toes and guessing until the last chapter. I will defiantly recommend this book to my friends.