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I Am Eve: A Post Apocalyptic Warlord Romance Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B08BKBK3V8
- Language : English
- File size : 805 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 226 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 360,059 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Eve is a blind albino who, following the death of her grandmother, is living alone in her parental home having been abandoned by her parents and family when plague swept across the globe. Although blind, Eve’s enhanced senses enable her to move safely around her house and take care of herself. She has become an accomplished sculptress and before the plague was a successful artist of repute.
Adam leads a group of people who have managed to either survive the infection or are immune and they live off their wits and strength under a force of arms. When Adam and his second in command Coram investigate the disappearance of one of their vehicles, Adam manages to force entry into Eve’s home.
Essentially this post apocalyptic tale is a love story. Adam is a flawed antihero who has had greatness thrust upon him and risen to the occasion and Eve having lived a cloistered life of cruelty and abuse has become strong and wise. Initially I was concerned that this might not be good timing for such a story, but somehow Nicolina has managed to deliver a beautiful story of hope. This is very different from her usual books, there is no discipline, domestic or otherwise, very little violence and the two main characters are likeable and interesting. The loves scenes, although not particularly graphic or gratuitous, are written with great pathos and depth. Once again, Nicolina delivers a winner. Excellent read.
Set in a dystopian near future, I Am Eve is the heartrending story of two damaged individuals. The outcast - feared, judged, tormented - and the lost one - hurt, angry, scared. A bonding of souls, a visceral fusing on the deepest of levels, forged by a loneliness that is painful to witness. I adored this lyrically poetic story of two broken halves fusing to form the most gloriously prepossessing whole.
"He smells of strength and kindness, but also of a sorrow that eats at his insides and hollows him out."
Adam and Eve's story is one of hope, of resilience, of trust and of love. They shared their screams, creating something wonderful and amazing from them. Most of the story features our two main characters together so, despite my intolerance for all things insta-love, I completely believed in the strength of their connection. I trusted the way that they completed one another and gave credence to how it soothed the bone deep ache whose existence had never been acknowledged.
Eve was easy to connect with, and love, from the start. She is a strong woman, despite a life filled with rejection and hate. The way she saw through her other senses was wonderful and I loved how she described in smells and emotions. Adam deliberately took longer to get to know, here is a man closed off from life, full of guilt, pain and sorrow, destructive and maybe self destructive. It takes Eve's sightless eyes seeing him for Adam to find the man he once was, the man he wanted to be.
Sorry to be so vague, but this story needs to be read to be understood and my simple words aren't sufficient enough to get it said properly. Know that once you read it, you will understand exactly what I mean and will get why describing Eve is so difficult. I loved Adam and Eve and their story of discovering each other, and themselves.
It is an adventure, a philosophical journey, and a romance with just enough spice to remind you that you are in fact reading a love story. I read hundreds of books a year, and every now and then one really stands out and brings something new to the table. I Am Eve is that story.