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When the world as you know it has ended, when all that you love has been washed away, where do you find strength?
When the new world you've stepped into is as isolating as the last, when your heart is broken and your future is unclear, where do you find hope?
Finding Eden is a story of strength, discovery, forgiveness, and undying love. It is about believing in your destiny and following the path that leads to peace.
This is the second part and conclusion in a two-part Sign of Love series inspired by Aquarius (Becoming Calder should be listened to first). Due to strong language and graphic sexual content, this book is not intended for listeners under the age of 18.
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By Ezinwanyi on 02-10-16
Unlike book 1, book 2 hit the ground running. I didn't have to wait for things to develop because it picked right up from where Becoming Calder ended.
The floods came and it looked like Eden was the only survivor from the compound. She found Shelter with a family whose patriarch was looking to make amends. It's there that Eden began to build her inner strength. She didn't have Calder to depend on, so she had to start living for herself and she did. Eden began to work and make money, she began to learn how the outside world operates and she began to find her own voice.
Three years after she finally started rebuilding her life, she learned that she wasn't the sole survivor but that her love, Calder, made it out alive. Their reunion was bitter sweet because they had both built a life independent of each other. The question now was "Do they fit in each other's life now?"
I really appreciate that this author made sure this book flowed exactly like book 1. I was never in doubt of the Eden and Calder's intentions towards each other. I knew what they had would endure. What I especially loved was the methodical addressing of all the questions and background issues that were presented in book 1. I kept saying "oooh, that's why!" as the past was unfurled in this book. I like that this book addressed past present and future together without confusing the reader. I like that each character found out about their past and made their decisions about who they wanted to be in the future.
Finding Eden was emotional, it was sweet and it was very satisfying. I love Love and I got that in spades here. Mia Sheridan is one of my favorite authors in the genre, rivaling only Colleen Hoover. I have never read a book by here and felt let down. Her books always make me feel hopeful and joyous because Love always wins. This book was full of irony as well. It's was a big train of cause and effect. At the end of this story, I smiled and nodded my head. It was good book and series! The only thing I didn't get was Xander's love story but the fact that I know he got love will have to be enough for me.
I highly recommend Mia Sheridan as one of the best New Adult writers because you will always leave a happy reader.
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By Daniele on 03-26-16
So original, not what you might think...
Where does Finding Eden rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
This book is just so original. And I wasn't sure I would like it based on the summary, but it was just so enrapturing to see things through these characters eyes. It really made you think while you were buried in this story. It takes awhile for the real live story to really get going but it's worth the wait!
What other book might you compare Finding Eden to and why?
Similar to Archers Voice with its fish out of water storyline.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
No, but I did have a lot of nervous energy for these characters.
Any additional comments?
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