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Let's go for a record now! And here's six! Now number seven! Okay, I'm done with the extreme emoting. Adam may be the "perfect" man, but my heart belonged to Solo.
He was this incredible mix of shy and confident at the same time. How this is possible, I have no idea, but Solo is probably one of my new favorite characters of all time.
For this week, anyway. I have good shoulders, might as well reveal them. Eve cries out suddenly. So it's possible that she's not really checking me out.
There's a problem with that name, Eve. You say Eve and you think Garden of Eden, and then you think of Eve and Adam, naked but tastefully concealed by strategic shrubbery.
Except at this particular moment, my brain is not generating shrubbery. So, basically, that's despicable. She just got out of surgery. So I add shrubbery.
And yet the shrubbery doesn't stay put. So this book had great characters, a little bit of action, some techie stuff, a sweet romance budding, and even some humor.
All in all, this could be a great starter book for the sci-fi wary. We named him Golem. He died because of a slight flaw in his genetic makeup.
Aug 29, Maja The Nocturnal Library rated it it was ok Shelves: arc , are-you-kidding-me , failed-to-impress , multiple-povs , netgalley , sci-fi , totally-saw-that-coming , young-adult , reviewed-in Evening Spiker, daughter of the mighty and powerful geneticist Terra Spiker, gets hit by a car and barely survives.
His name is Adam and he is being brought to life unbeknownst to Eve. The beginning was my favorite part of Eve and Adam. Surprisingly funny and dynamic, it raised my expectations to an unreasonable level and made what came later all the more disappointing.
Even without Maddox, Aislin was clearly supposed to be the cool and unruly best friend, but I found her too be too irresponsible and tiresome for my taste.
In short, Eve and Adam is a rather ambitious project, but one that lacks heart. View all 6 comments. May 03, B rated it it was ok Shelves: i-want-it-right-now , hurry-up , plans , highly-anticipating , judge-a-book-by-the-cover , netgalley-edelweiss-arc , 2-stars , almost-fell-asleep , disappointments , i-totally-saw-that-coming.
I'm trying so desperately to find something even slightly redeemable about husband-and-wife team Katherine Applegate and Michael Grant's return to young adult, Eve and Adam , but, as I was trying to think up some positive qualities that this book holds, I only ended up with the pathetic, "Well, it was a quick read I just expected so much more from it, putting into consideration that the Animorphs series was my first foray into young adult as a teenager, and I really did love it.
Unfortunately, my expectations got the best of me, and I ended up being utterly disappointed by Eve and Adam , but even if I didn't have such high expectations prior to reading this, I just doubt that I'd had have a different opinion of this book.
In a present day San Francisco, Evening Spiker, sole daughter of the incredibly wealthy and powerful businesswoman and geneticist Terra Spiker, is suddenly in a car accident in which she loses a leg, and severely injures an arm.
Immediately rushed to the hospital, Evening is taken care of in no time, and she is healing at the same rate. As she is going through the quick healing process, Evening befriends a boy named Solo, who knows more about Evening, and Spiker Biotech, than he's willing to admit.
As well as the mysterious Solo, Evening's mother, in order to keep her occupied during her recovery, gives Evening the task of creating the perfect boy.
However, as this perfect boy, eventually named Adam, is brought to life, we have to suffer through three identical narratives secrets unknown to Evening are unraveled.
The premise for Eve and Adam is incredibly intriguing, and it's also very original. The book itself, however, is not. What could have been an extremely entertaining book - one that makes you stop and say, "Wow.
This book had a lot of thought put into it. Love triangle? Stereotypical promiscuous best friend in which the main character lives her sexual life through?
The love interests saying their 'I love you''s after having a few conversations? With all of those tropes, and quite a few more, making their appearances in Eve and Adam , this book turns into a book with a whole lot of promise, to a book where all that promise is thrown in the garbage to make way for romance.
Yet another young adult trope to add to Eve and Adam 's lengthy list. From the start, we're introduced to Evening Spiker, or as she is more commonly referenced in the book, Eve.
What can I say about Eve Well, she is She's a character. Congratulations, Eve; that's all I can muster up about you. As well as Eve, we're introduced to Solo, who, when combined with Eve, is given about as much character development as a wooden plank.
Maybe the wooden plank was given a little more character development. Going in to this book, I was not aware that there would be multiple narratives, and, had I known, I probably would have steered clear of this book and run far, far away.
Few authors are actually able to pull off multiple narratives, and I hate to say that Applegate and Grant certainly aren't one of those few authors.
But, to add to that fact that both Eve and Solo's narratives were practically interchangeable, Applegate and Grant had to add a third narrative - one that is equally as interchangeable as the other two.
Note to authors: when it comes to multiple narratives? To add to the tropes that ruined a could-be good story, and the three identical narratives, it really doesn't help that the writing is painfully amateur, and that there are some extremely unnecessary subplots, that, in my opinion, were only really added to make the book longer come on, was the Aislin and Maddox sublot really necessary?
Ultimately, Eve and Adam is a disappointment in every sense of the word, and is only really getting two stars from me because it had its few, yet funny, one-liners, and it was a quick read, and never actually painful to get through, like that of many books I've given one star this year.
Don't take that as praise, though, because that's really the most amount of positives I can muster when it comes to this book. The author himself Michael Grant said in a comment, "This is Katherine and me having fun, not trying to be heavy or deep.
And, to conclude Grant's comment, and my review, this is what was said, "EVE AND ADAM is just light, sexy, silly fun.
Yeah, I guess. Yes, but perhaps overly so. Not so much. The Short Story? Interesting, edgy and fast paced, I completely devoured this novel in one sitting.
I have nothing but good things to say about this novel, written by two of YA's greatest authors, what could simply go wrong?
Eve and Adam is a must read! The Long Story? I noticed that there are lots of lukewarm reviews of Eve and Adam, many readers are on the fence about it but personally I thought it was brilliant.
In terms of sci-fi, it's probably on the lighter side of the scale however for me that was the perfect amount. It's a refreshing read from your regular sci-fi novel, it's definitely lighter and fluffier.
The novel almost has a fairytale effect to it, people might interpret this as to mean it's written for a younger audience but I think it's intentional.
It's a very feel good novel, fast-paced and easily a one-sitting read. The premise of the novel is unique and I absolutely adored the writing style.
Very comfortable and natural even with the dual perspectives. I LOVED this novel and I think it's one for all to read!
The characterisation was beautifully done. Eve, Evening Spiker was a character that really held onto you from the very first page.
She's such a wonderful and down to earth character, I felt an immediate connection to her which made reading the novel a much happier and more enjoyable experience.
Another character I really liked was Solo. In terms of love interests, the authors have put a very small emphasis on his looks so the love I developed for this character was purely based on personality okay maybe a teeny weenie bit on looks!
Adam didn't really play that big of a role in the novel but I liked what I saw of him although he seems like a really deep guy which is not really my type.
I like my guys more like Solo Overall, fantastic characterisation! If you like characters that are down to earth and easy to connect with then this is the book for you!
All in all, Eve and Adam was a spectacular sic-fi that definitely deserves more attention then what it's getting! If you like exploring new genres, Eve and Adam is a refreshingly original sci-fi that would appeal to readers of all ages.
Beautifully written, edgy and sophisticated plot and fantastic characterisation, Eve and Adam is not to be missed! View 1 comment. Eve and Adam is I went into this novel confident that it would be yet another sci-fi novel that would fail to surprise me and after the first few chapters, I thought I had the romance and plot figured out.
I hate to admit this, but I was wrong and I am so glad I was! Eve and Adam, contrary to my expectations, did manage to be an exciting, intriguing, and unique novel - all aspects that make it stand out in its over-populated genre.
Yet, desp Eve and Adam is Yet, despite its redeeming qualities, I am sorry to say that in the end, I still felt as if Eve and Adam was simply Eve and Adam starts out with its main protagonist, Evening, getting into a bad car accident and consequently, barely surviving in a critical condition.
When her mother, the owner of a well-known genetic research lab whisks her away from the hospital and to her own facilities, Evening doesn't question her.
Instead, she heals at an alarmingly quick rate and resorts to working on one of her mother's latest gadgets - designing the perfect human. While there, Evening meets Solo, the handsome son of her mother's now-deceased business partners and an unlikely friendship is struck between the two.
Yet, dangerous - and possibly illegal - things are happening at the research facility her mother owns and while the truth lays before her, Evening has to make the choice whether to accept it or not.
I've said it before, but it demands to be repeated: Eve and Adam was very unexpected. For one, I did not expect this novel to be told in dual narration, switching from the perspectives of both Evening and Solo and later on, Adam, the human Evening unknowingly helps create.
Unfortunately though, this dual narration falls short simply because Evening's perspective is dominating. Solo has very few chapters dedicated to his narration which I believe is one of the more egregious flaws in this novel, simply because Solo's narration is far more interesting, compelling, and intriguing.
Yet, even beyond the issue of the narration, I was surprised to see that the first-half of this novel was practically entirely dedicated towards character-development.
I am all for character-development, but nothing truly happened during the first-half of this story and everything that did happen revolved around Evening's best friend, Aislin.
Aislin's boyfriend, Maddox, is involved with drugs and this issue is then used as an excuse for Solo and Evening to bond together while also developing the friendship between Evening and Aislin.
I truly appreciated the friendship between Evening and Aislin - especially as the novel progressed - and I even liked how the relationship between Solo and Evening was developed quite well too, but I think this could have been done in a manner that contributed to the plot opposed to one that veered off from it rather randomly.
Thus, comparatively, the second-half of this story had a tight, concise, and fascinating plot that the first-half rather lacked. It was fast-paced and interesting, but it also showed the inner dilemma Evening faced between the truth of her mother's genetic facility and her own confused feelings towards a mother who obviously loved her, but never spent enough time and affection on her.
I especially loved this conflict as well as the issues that stemmed between Aislin and Evening as well as between Solo and Evening.
I think more than just the plot of the second-half, the relationships took an interesting turn that I definitely wasn't expecting and I loved that.
What else wasn't I expecting? Well, let's just say that there's a major jaw-dropping moment nearing the end of this novel that completely made my day.
It took me completely by surprise and although I think I should have seen it coming, the fact that I didn't went in favor of this story.
Still, despite the fact that I enjoyed reading this novel immensely, I have to reiterate that it lacked something; something was simply missing to take this incredible idea from a great concept to great execution.
I doubt that many others will have this same feeling, but for a reader who plans on becoming a Biology Major with a specialization in Genetics, I just wanted more.
I loved the setting and idea for this novel, but I wished we could have gotten more details, particularly about the genetic lab. We are told that horrible things occur in this facility, from green pigs to dogs with human ears, which is obviously disgusting and terrible, but I never quite felt the horror we were meant to experience.
Furthermore, I wanted Eve and Adam to focus on the motivations behind these scientists, on the corporate politics clearly taking place in this situation, on what other functions the lab served for, etc.
It simply could have given us so many more details and the lack of world-building made this story feel flat to me, so I wasn't exactly invested in this.
Overall, Eve and Adam is a remarkable story that is unique, intriguing, and definitely has its fair share of plot twists.
Yet, in the end, it is also a novel that seems to lack just a little something more to take it from good to great.
While I wasn't overly impressed with this book, I am still curious enough to want to pick up the sequel, especially due to all the unanswered questions the reader is left with at the end of this novel.
It is a short story and one that I wish could have had a little more in it as it had the potential to be a lovely stand-alone, but I'm interested to see in which direction its plot goes.
It also helps that there isn't a love triangle at all in this one and that the characters and lively, headstrong, vivacious, and actually intelligent.
Eve and Adam has a lot going for it and I am confident that even newcomers to the science-fiction genre will fall in love with this one. Thank you to NetGalley and Macmillan for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
You can read this review and more on my blog, Ivy Book Bindings. View all 14 comments. Oct 14, C. Drews rated it liked it Shelves: young-adult , sci-fi.
I have a secret weakness for dystopian. So after crunching my way through novels such as Matched, Starters, Legend, Divergent and countless, countless others , I'm looking for something a little…different.
Eve and Adam looked the perfect remedy. Co-authoring seems like tricky business, but these two writers Grant and Apple I have a secret weakness for dystopian.
Co-authoring seems like tricky business, but these two writers Grant and Applegate have voices that flow seamlessly together.
But the ending… Mm. The ending is a graceful nosedive into nothingness. It feels to me like the authors met their word count goal, so they abruptly wrapped everything up.
Oh there are clever twists at the end, and I mean really clever. Everyone loves a happy ending…except for, perhaps, me. The characters are amazing.
I understood Evening nicknamed E. Solo is harder to find common ground with and his attitude felt wobbly at the beginning, but at the end I liked him.
Adam is…perfect. Now there is a well rounded character. Usually, with a secondary character like Aislin, the main character Eve would be drowned. But both stood well on their own and together and I am thoroughly impressed.
There are innuendoes and teens with raging hormones who find themselves heatedly attracted to their creations aka: Eve and Adam , but there are no scenes to turn your cheeks red.
And, as it seems is a current trend with Michael Grant as I found in his recent release of Fear , there are lots of religious questions.
The plot is tight. The book is well written and impossible to put down I finished in 2 days. The questions asked are needful and thought provoking.
View 2 comments. May 26, Elle ellexamines rated it it was ok Shelves: sff-scifi-dystopias , z-read , y-notowned , 2-star. I can't believe Michael Grant was a contributor to this cliche mess.
Basically, this book was just a walking cliche without any depth of characterization. The romance is full of insta-love with zero chemistry whatsoever.
There's even a love triangle. What's ironic is that the book is trying to break cliches with its love story; the perfect boyfriend might not necessarily be Eve's choice.
But it doesn't work because her choice of boyfriend comes after nothing but instalove. This could al 2 stars. This could all be excused if Eve and Adam was fast-paced and interesting, but it's not.
The premise takes forever to get going, and the plot is paper-thin. Nothing else is appealing about the book.
The writing is mediocre and so is everything else. Not recommended. Jun 24, Wendy Darling rated it liked it Shelves: macmillan , publication , october , young-adult , dnf , read , sci-fi-or-futuristic.
This is one of those lukewarm "it's not you, it's me" cases, I think. I read until around pages and skimmed a bit further, but this one just didn't grab me.
I didn't feel a connection with the characters and it felt as though a few things were too obviously set up--very fast--in the beginning of the book.
I've since read a couple of reviews that seem to indicate that the second half of the book is better, with more action and development, and that the story isn't as predictable as I thought i This is one of those lukewarm "it's not you, it's me" cases, I think.
I've since read a couple of reviews that seem to indicate that the second half of the book is better, with more action and development, and that the story isn't as predictable as I thought it would be.
Still, at this point I think I should be much more excited about the story and characters than I am. There are other readers who will likely like this one more than I did, however, so I'm going to be giving away my copy soon.
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