Revealing Eden (Save the Pearls, #1)
Pages no: 321
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Young Adult Fantasy
, Post Apocalyptic
Wow, this is an amazing fantasy novel. I have seen a lot of mixed reviews regarding this book, generally because of the racism that some believe this book is about. I have read and am reviewing the book for the whole story and I thoroughly enjoyed it. This is a unique and riveting book that I could...
Obvious racism and stereotypes aside, Revealing Eden is a poorly written book with weak dialogue, characters who lack any character growth and a haphazard and nonsensical plot. Skepticism over the books overt racist undertones is the only reason I picked up Revealing Eden, and morbid fascination is ...
A variety of reactions to this book:
Originally posted at Paperback Wonderland.This book was one of the most racist things I have ever read.The bare bones of the plot: a world where black people are the oppressing majority and white people are the oppressed minority. Obviously, the concept isn't new. It was done - and well done, at tha...
YA Book ReviewsAll right, I normally don't post reviews, but this book needs one. Or so it seems. I just finished Revealing Eden, and as much as it kills me to say this, I didn't care for it one bit. I know it's a trilogy/series, but it's one I will not be continuing with.Revealing Eden is set in a ...