Hello and welcome to Adele Is Reading.
Today on the blog I have my book review of:
The Rise of Eden, by Storm Song.
The Rise of Eden is the third book in the Elemental Eden series.
Trigger / Content Warning: Sex Scenes, Sex Scenes with Multiple Partners, Fighting, Broken Leg / Broken Bones mention (and scene; not Eden herself).
Please note that it is entirely possible that I didn’t capture all of the possible triggers.
The time cures has been shattered, but so has everything I thought was true.
With more questions than answers I restarted the clock.
My race to save the elemental districts has started again, but this time I don’t even know who I’m really fighting against.
But what if, the person I hate the most, is the person I need to unlock my ultimate powers and save everything I’ve ever loved.
From GoodReads [x]:
“REVERSE HAREM” IS, LITERALLY, THE OPPOSITE OF “HAREM”, WITH A GROUP OF MALES CENTERING ROUND A SINGULAR FEMALE, USUALLY WITH THREE OR MORE MALES. QUITE OFTEN FOUND UNDER THE ROMANCE GENRE.
The Rise of Eden was pretty good! I read this right after finishing The Dark Eden (book 2). Let me tell you, this third book is one hell of a whirlwind.
There’s legitimately so much that happens that it’s difficult to talk about it all.
However, one important thing within this book is that Eden got some one-on-one time with the people who were hurting, and that really made the story all the better.
All in all this third book was great. The sex scenes seem to get steamier and steamier as time goes, and I’m secretly loving that. Well, not so secret now, but you get iiit.
Very exciting things take place in The Rise of Eden that actually elevates (in my mind, at leat) this book from being a fantasy novel, to more of a sci-fi-/fantasy story. I say this because I don’t usually like sci-fi novels (I am incredibly picky with Sci-Fi) so that’s saying something. But I’ve to say that there’s no space/travel in this one friends. Sorry not sorry? Nope, not sorry.
I’m excited to see what the next book The Crown of Eden brings.
And just for me, for future reference, I read The Rise of Eden within 90 minutes or so.
I’m giving The Rise of Eden, 4 stars.
Freaking loved it.
Have you read anything written by Storm Song?
I’m loving this series so if I haven’t already, I’m going to be checking out her other works!!
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See you soon, and happy reading!
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