Featured Official Review: Eden: A Novel

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Re: Featured Official Review: Eden: A Novel

Post by Callistus Ibenye » 05 Jun 2018, 12:23

This book seems to be a good read. I am not a good fan of the genre, but based on the information I gleaned from your review, I think I'll like to read the book.

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Post by amy1825 » 05 Jun 2018, 14:03

you had a really great review that was full of detail. So helpful! I am not normally a huge fan of this genre, but I think I will give this a shot! You provided enough info that I think this would hold my attention quite well.

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Post by Alice auma odero » 05 Jun 2018, 17:16

An interesting novel with captivating characters that are encouraging

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Post by Misael » 06 Jun 2018, 09:19

Family dramas are very relatable and readers are easily drawn to this genre because it helps people to somehow cope with whatever personal conflicts that they have in life.

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Post by raimienoch » 06 Jun 2018, 10:29

Its inspires me

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Post by Kibetious » 06 Jun 2018, 14:47

Thanks for the wonderful review. It is very good and very informative. I would simply love to read this book. The plot is well developed and the characters are also brought out well. I love the fact that it is so Much into family. i read the title and began thinking of the garden of Eden. The descriptive style in the book sounds amazing.
​​​​​​He gives strength to those who are tired; to the ones who lack power, he gives renewed energy :techie-studyinggray:

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Post by Adam05 » 06 Jun 2018, 16:10

This was a very good review. It pulled me in closer, and closer as I went on. Good job.

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Post by Oreoluwa123 » 06 Jun 2018, 18:24

interesting, really need to find out what the big secret is

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Post by BookishCoffeeBlog » 07 Jun 2018, 01:18

I loved how you described the characterization that the author used in this story. Characterization is one of the most important aspects of a book, for me, and I appreciate you bringing it up. It makes me want to read this book!

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Post by Readerman23 » 07 Jun 2018, 16:07

It is a family charade melodrama story

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Post by Biblioteka » 07 Jun 2018, 23:19

Good family stories are usually made of a simple plot with multi-dimensional main and minor characters. This is worth reading.

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Post by Lennycat » 08 Jun 2018, 14:39

Great review! This sounds like an engaging book full of rich characters. I like that you teased the big reveal at the end, but did not give away the character's secret. I'll definitely put this on my reading list.

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Post by ReviewerDouglas123 » 08 Jun 2018, 21:40

Made it so interesting i feel like reading it again!

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Post by Felixbiola » 09 Jun 2018, 05:17

The mystery unfolds with Eden as a common thread that keeps the family connected. Throughout the highs and lows of each individual story, love and family prevails. I enjoyed reading this book.

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Post by Salihu Auwal Lugga » 09 Jun 2018, 11:12

Novels with family drama are interesting to understanding the society which we live.

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