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Fallen Eden (Eden Trilogy Book 2) by [Williams, Nicole]
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About the Author

Nicole Williams is the USA Today bestselling author of Up in Flames, the Great Exploitations series, and the Crash series, among other titles.

Tara Sands has recorded over sixty audiobooks and has received several Earphones Awards from AudioFile magazine. Her voice can also be heard in many cartoons, video games, and commercials.

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  • File Size: 699 KB
  • Print Length: 231 pages
  • Publication Date: July 20, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005DPIINI
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,104 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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WOW! Eternal Eden and Fallen Eden have both been "I can't put it down" books. Fallen Eden is the second novel in the Eden trilogy by Nicole Williams, and it surpassed my (very high) expectations. It was a non-stop, action-packed novel. It surprised me in the very best way, with some interesting twist and turns and the return of some unexpected characters.

Normally when the two love interests are separated in a novel, for a significant amount of time, I grow bored. However, Nicole Williams kept her story entertaining and kept her readers engaged throughout the entire book. One of the main things I was hoping for in this novel was for growth in Bryn's character, mainly her confidence. I am glad to report that Williams delivered.

I'm now dying to get my hands on United Eden, the final book in this series. I can't wait to see if William and Bryn can overcome it all and finally be together :) (I have a feeling they still have quite a few battles ahead of them!)

I gave Fallen Eden by Nicole Williams 4 STARS. It was amazing, better than Eternal Eden. I recommend this series to young adults who enjoy paranormal romance.

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I enjoyed the concept and characters in book one of this series, Eternal Eden, so I was eager to by book 2. I have to say although I enjoyed the story and will probably buy book three I have two big problems with book 2.

1. There is no real climax. Sure there are some mini climaxes along the way, but no big peak and resolution. It really suffers from middle book syndrome and it's purpose just seems to be carrying on from book one and setting you up for book 3. Writers of these book series should all take a cue from J.K. Rowling the queen of successful series. Even though all the Harry Potter books had a common theme that ran through all the books, each one in itself had a plot, climax and resolution. You could read any book in the series alone and be satisfied. This book is not so lucky. I don't want to give away any spoilers so let's just say I spent most of the book waiting for something big to happen and it never came. It suffers from too much talk and not enough action.

2. The Paul character. I did not like his role in book one but could put that aside because he did not play much importance to the plot. This book he appears again in a larger role and I just had to laugh at the ridiculous way he enters this book, his current state, and his eventual outcome, which we could all see coming a mile away. The fact that some human big man on campus would become obessed with another human girl he spoke to only twice is so farfetched in itself, it makes every word out of his mouth in this book just silly. Her deep feelings of friendship for him is also silly for a boy she barely knew and for much of book one did not even like.
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First of all, Nicole - you are FANTASTIC!

To keep it short and to the point, I ABSOLUTELY loved Fallen Eden. The plot just gets better and better and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

I stayed up all night to read it as it was soooo good. I loved Eternal Eden. I loved Fallen Eden more. Nicole was very clever with the plot development. There was a love triangle (Paul is back in this book which was great), alot of action, alot of heartache (I cried a bucket load but I loved it), and alot of twists that I didn't expect. I'm just about raving about this series to everyone I know that owns a kindle. Absolutely worth buying and following the series. I will definitely buy more of Nicole's books.
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First thoughts:

How did I read this book so fast?! I'm still trying to come to terms that its over, well at least this book is. Moving on, I have to say that this book was different than the first one; this one took more of toll on me, even at times I wanted to cringe away from the book; I didn't want to read further because what was happening to Bryn was just too horrific, I mean hasn't she been through enough?! Isn't there an unspoken rule that fate has to take a leave of absence once in awhile? Guess not. But either way I was touched by this book and yes at times I felt the need to cry and grab a tissue beside me. Nicole did a fatastic job on creating such great imagery and scenery that it was hard not to feel like you're in the story; that you're the character. We definately got to see some transformations of the characters and see a side of them we hadn't been granted in "Eternal Eden." I loved the story, I loved that it kept changing, that nothing was stalled in one place. This was a very powerful read for me, something that will stick in my mind for awhile to come now. But no matter how sad it was at times it had me absolutely beaming because I was like 'that's my Bryn, you're a strong one, you go girl!' I just loved how strong she became, I love everything about it, she isn't just a thin, flat character; a name on the page, she's a 4D girl all the way around. And to see a more darker outlooker on their world than in "Eternal Eden" was as interesting as the characters themselves.

Summary: Bryn and William love each other; there's no doubt about that.
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