Keary Taylor’s The Human, book two in her Eden Trilogy, is a thrill of a read with non-stop action, angsty romance and a swiftly moving plot that will keep readers hooked until the very last page. Eve’s struggle to understand who and what she is provides an endearing message of acceptance and helps reveal even more layers to her already complex character. Taylor’s writing is smooth and colorful, and she is sure to enchant readers for years to come.

With West still recovering from the events in book one and the people of Eden adjusting to their new home in the Los Angeles compound, Eve finds herself in the midst of even more danger and secrets, especially when a new group of survivors arrives and demands answers without giving any of their own. They abduct Eve and furiously dig for answers within her memories, memories she’s long forgotten. Their search sets a bigger fight into motion and Eve may be the only person who can save the world and get rid of The Bane forever. (SELF-PUBLISHED, Jun., 270 pp., $3.99)
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DJ DeSmyter