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The common cold The machine took over the soul vanished and the Bane were born The Bane won't stop until every last person has been infected With less than two percent of the human population left mankind is on the brink of extinctionEve knows the stories of the Evolution the time before she wandered into the colony of Eden unable to recall anything but her name But she doesn't need memories to know this world is her reality This is a world that is uickly losing its humanity one Bane at a tim.

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Eden author Keary TaylEFighting to keep one of the last remaining human colonies alive Eve finds herself torn between her dedication to the colony and the discovery of love There is Avian and West – one a soldier one a keeper of secrets And in the end Eve will make a choice that will change the future of mankindThe Bane is The Terminator meets The Walking Dead with a heart twisting romancePreviously published as Eden due to reader demand it has been revamped and rereleased as The Bane book one in The Eden Trilogy..

review í Eden author Keary Taylor Keary Taylor is the USA TODAY bestselling author of over twenty novels She grew up along the foothills of the Rocky Mountains where she started creating imaginary worlds and daring characters who always fell in love She now splits her time between a tiny island in the Pacific Northwest and Utah with her husband and their two children She continues to have an overactive imagination that freuen.

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  • Reynje

    review í Eden author Keary Taylor Eden author Keary Tayl25 starsFrom Varietycom ‘a dystopian thriller described as a cross between The Hunger Games and The Terminator’O RLYI expect a little hyperbole in these blurbs so I did read that with a grain of salt However I do feel that this book was a case of a good idea that was ultimately let down by its execution While the opening piued on this word later my interest I found it steadily waned as the plot progressed I’ll be intentionally vague in this review in the interests of keeping it spoiler free – though some of the twists are not all that difficult to predict – but if I had to boil it down I’d say that this book is attempting to say something about what it means to be human to survive and to love Emphasis o


  • Christina (Ensconced in Lit)

    review í Eden author Keary Taylor Eden author Keary TaylI originally read Eden when I was starting off as a reviewer I rated it as 5 stars at the time as it was definitely one of the stronger books I had read during that time period Reading The Bane from Netgalley it is a similar story but a different experience Still enjoyable but perhaps some of the surprise element is gone now that I've already read EdenWhat I liked The protagonist Eve is incredible strong determined and although part robot achingly human which she discovers throughout the book And her odd connection to a newcomer West to their community was fascinating I have to admit I'm not sure I would have made the same choice as she did I loved the description of how they kept their gardens going while evading the cybernetic zombies that tear you up and turn you into one of them except for Eve Even though


  • Sheri

    review í Eden author Keary Taylor Eden author Keary TaylEve doesn't remember the time before the Fall She showed up in Eden with the clothes on her back and has lived there since The people of Eden were her family yet she somehow always knew she was different from them Eve was tougher than most and unemotional but couldn't uite figure out what it was that made her differentand then West showed up I liked the author's writing style and the development of the characters Eve was pretty easy to like She did some stupid things when it came to West and Avian but she was also trying to figure out her place in the world and why she felt different from everyone else Throughout the story she had to deal with her newly developing emotions and feelings and she really didn't know how She was a strong female lead and caring a


  • K

    review í Eden author Keary Taylor Eden author Keary TaylRomanceAction Adventure with the emphasis on romance Can you say love triangle I'm not a fan of pure romance but thankfully there was a large portion of non love triangle plot which made the story bearable Good things first The world Taylor created was well drawn and the story moved along nicely It was engaging and intriguing and I never felt bored even though the characters rambled along for most of the book before I had any clue as to where the story was going That didn't bother me thoughWhat bothered me was Eve She seemed so human until she found out she was a robot Then she started having some kind of identity crisis because all of a sudden she thought she had no feelings She had them all along I wouldn't have cared that she was ignorant but it felt contrived and then it DRAGGED out the aforementioned triang


  • Trudi

    review í Eden author Keary Taylor Eden author Keary TaylI'm sorry but bad bad baaaaad book Way too much teen angst over who should I choose the nice safe boy or the boy who makes my toes curl and my genetically modified robot parts short outHmmmmm Do I care NO Too much telling not enough showing Characters fall flat on the page the tension is superficial and the dystopian circumstances are a joke Tepid derivative teen romance packaged and sold as a futuristic dystopian drama It is not Best thing about it is the cover My advice skip it and watch The Terminator


  • ♥ Rebecca ♥

    review í Eden author Keary Taylor Eden author Keary TaylA version of this review also appears at A Match Made in HeavenThis was great It reminded me a lot of The Immortal Rules I didnt like The Immortal Rules as much as most people It was still good but I prefer Eden There was a band of survivors in a post apocalyptic world The main girl Eve is different from the rest of the survivors They travel to a safe haven for humans which was called Eden in The Immortal Rules Although in this Eden is the name of their group not their destination And there is even a young guy in the group West who reminds me a lot of Zeke The main difference besides this being about cyborgs instead of zombies and vampires is that this has a love triangle An euilateral love triangle I have never seen such


  • Amber ~ The Reading Addict

    review í Eden author Keary Taylor Eden author Keary TaylPicking up Eden was a little unexpected for me I was in the middle of reading another book but when I stumbled across this one and randomly began to read the first page I was sucked in and forced to finish the entire novel Everything about the book entranced me the cover the premise and the charactersI am thrilled to say that I have found yet another original captivating dysptopian story The world as we know it has ceased to exist leaving only a h


  • Rose

    review í Eden author Keary Taylor Eden author Keary TaylInitial reaction Not a bad start for Keary Taylor's Eden Trilogy I think The Bane was well worth reading as a dystopian narrative b


  • Melody Costa

    review í Eden author Keary Taylor Eden author Keary TaylI was drawn to Eden because of the awesome cover and all of the rave reviews about it Also the story line was intriguing I mean who wouldn't l


  • Hmr28

    review í Eden author Keary Taylor Eden author Keary TaylI LOVED this book Although without spoilers I would have preferred if Eve had ended up with the other possibility I thought it was very well written delved into some difficult topics lifeboat scenarios all over the place sacrifice morality ethics etc I can't believe that a traditional publisher did not snap this up but boy am I glad I was able to get it for the bargain price of99 It was so good that I immediately bought