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The electrifying conclusion to the New York Times bestselling series Children of Eden that follows Rowan as she leaves behind the paradise she’s always dreamed of to save Eden—and the world—from a terrible fate. Rowan is finally in Harmonia, an Earth-friendly, sustainable commune in the wilderness she always thought was dead. Even in this idyllic world, she finds no peace. The electrifying conclusion to the New York Times bestselling series Children of Eden that follows Rowan as she leaves behind the paradise she’s always dreamed of to save Eden—and the world—from a terrible fate. Rowan is finally in Harmonia, an Earth-friendly, sustainable commune in the wilderness she always thought was dead. Even in this idyllic world, she finds no peace. Harmonia has strict rules—and dire consequences. Thinking about Eden is forbidden, but she’s determined to rescue the loved ones she left behind. Though they are in terrible danger, her pleas for help are ignored. After months of living as one with nature, a shocking reminder of her past pushes Rowan to act. With the help of new friends, she infiltrates Eden. What she discovers is even worse than the situation she left behind. In the chaos of civil war, Rowan and her friends join forces with the second children and other rebels trapped inside. They fight for their lives, and for the future of humanity in this broken Earth.


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The electrifying conclusion to the New York Times bestselling series Children of Eden that follows Rowan as she leaves behind the paradise she’s always dreamed of to save Eden—and the world—from a terrible fate. Rowan is finally in Harmonia, an Earth-friendly, sustainable commune in the wilderness she always thought was dead. Even in this idyllic world, she finds no peace. The electrifying conclusion to the New York Times bestselling series Children of Eden that follows Rowan as she leaves behind the paradise she’s always dreamed of to save Eden—and the world—from a terrible fate. Rowan is finally in Harmonia, an Earth-friendly, sustainable commune in the wilderness she always thought was dead. Even in this idyllic world, she finds no peace. Harmonia has strict rules—and dire consequences. Thinking about Eden is forbidden, but she’s determined to rescue the loved ones she left behind. Though they are in terrible danger, her pleas for help are ignored. After months of living as one with nature, a shocking reminder of her past pushes Rowan to act. With the help of new friends, she infiltrates Eden. What she discovers is even worse than the situation she left behind. In the chaos of civil war, Rowan and her friends join forces with the second children and other rebels trapped inside. They fight for their lives, and for the future of humanity in this broken Earth.

30 review for Rebels of Eden

  1. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    The ending was too rushed and then just meh.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rochelle

    Ugh that ending?! I hated it, but also understood it. Though I know it’s unrealistic, I just always want stories to end happily ever after. It sort of did, but not really. It was still a great book. I just didn’t expect that ending.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Sola

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I will admit, I did read the entire trilogy. It was a shameful reading after the opening sentence of the first book, but I read them all. I knew going into this that I am sort of a book snob, and my interest in YA is limited. In general, the writing tends to be immature and the characters more so. But, there are a few that I thoroughly enjoy, and I wanted to take a leap into a less serious series and hope for the best. This was not the best. This was not even good. I was intrigued by the story lin I will admit, I did read the entire trilogy. It was a shameful reading after the opening sentence of the first book, but I read them all. I knew going into this that I am sort of a book snob, and my interest in YA is limited. In general, the writing tends to be immature and the characters more so. But, there are a few that I thoroughly enjoy, and I wanted to take a leap into a less serious series and hope for the best. This was not the best. This was not even good. I was intrigued by the story line at first, albeit a mash-up of at least a dozen other YA stories. So even though it was unbelievably formulaic and I could see where the author found a lot of his inspirations, I kept reading each new book hoping the story alone could be enough. Unfortunately, it fell short overall for me. And it didn’t fall short because of its “borrowed” concepts. It fell short because even though I probably could have gotten past the 100 “one child law”, or the Divergent-like test in Harmonia, or the Hunger Games structure of the city, fashion, and government, it was the actual writing and characters that I couldn’t get over in the end. The writing is less than immature. It is painful. I noticed it in the first book, more so in the second, and completely in the third. I found myself rolling my eyes and audibly scoffing or laughing at the writing. It is flooded with cliché phrases and concepts from the scenery, to the action, to the actual characters. It was as if the author took everything he liked about YA books and movies and pasted them all together to make characters. Their dialogue, actions, and the main character’s thought processes not only don’t make sense except that they fit the moment, there is zero substance or development. Rowan, the main character, is brave, but unsure of herself and loveable, but confused about emotions. She sparks this “civil war” and leads a band of rebels and is, of course, a misunderstood hero who never wanted to be in that role. But her thought processes are painful and inconsistent. In moments in books like Hunger Games when Katniss takes charge and fights, it is clearly instinctual, and she is written where her instincts and actions make sense. Rowan has to think about it in a way that makes it disingenuous. Like the author wanted Rowan to be the character that Katniss is but didn’t have the writing capabilities to produce it organically. Characters in general are replicas of the types of characters the author has seen in other YA but again, not as well written. None of them have any sort of arc, and I could have picked which ones would die well before the scenes happened. While I may not be in love with the YA genre in general, there are YA series I love. This one tried too hard to be its bigger siblings and failed, miserably. I am also extremely disheartened to have learned that the author was trading follows for 5 star reviews on his first book. I mean it worked – it got me to start the series thinking it was actually going to be good and unique with all of the raving reviews. But it did nothing to make this author a better writer.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    It was hard to read and had lots of grammar and spelling mistakes, I enjoyed some of it and it had some good twists but overall wasn’t very good.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Whitney Milam

    With the power to create heaven, we made the world a hell. An incredibly ambitious—and incredibly satisfying—finale. The ending feels so fitting, so inevitable, and thematically this series couldn’t be more timely. The big-picture themes—fighting for self-determination, defending truth and liberty, and living compassionately and conscientiously toward our fellow humans as well as the planet—are driven home here with aplomb, and feel so relevant in our current moment. Get excited!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Teresa

    DNFed - page 65 - 16% I really did enjoy the first two books in this trilogy, but in a way I was not enjoying this book, this book seems so much different from the other two books, and I thought this book would be alot different like how the story would start, and I also thought the plot would be way different as well, the one last thing I think the story needed work was, the aurhor should have more explained what happened to the main character from the previous book, because I feel like he didnt DNFed - page 65 - 16% I really did enjoy the first two books in this trilogy, but in a way I was not enjoying this book, this book seems so much different from the other two books, and I thought this book would be alot different like how the story would start, and I also thought the plot would be way different as well, the one last thing I think the story needed work was, the aurhor should have more explained what happened to the main character from the previous book, because I feel like he didnt put that much detail in a way, so I just decided to DNF this book since in a way I was not enjoying it, I probably will pick this book back up, at some point in 2020, because I want to fully finish the trilogy but right now I am DNFing this book

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    3.5/5 I didn't expect to cry reading this book. But I did. It was a decent conclusion, and I'm happy about that. Pre-reading: Guessed the title correctly let's gooooo

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    I think this review might be much like my review for the second book so apologies if it feels like de-ja-vu! We have the same characters doing a variation on the same thing they always do (except for the first part of the book which is new ground). We have our heroes trying to save Eden/the world and I’m not always sure it is worth saving. It all shows humanity at its worst. This was an ok book but nothing I could get really excited about and I think that might just be down to it being a YA book. Th I think this review might be much like my review for the second book so apologies if it feels like de-ja-vu! We have the same characters doing a variation on the same thing they always do (except for the first part of the book which is new ground). We have our heroes trying to save Eden/the world and I’m not always sure it is worth saving. It all shows humanity at its worst. This was an ok book but nothing I could get really excited about and I think that might just be down to it being a YA book. The characters and the plot are a little simplified and even childish at times. To begin with we are basically dealing with teenagers and bullies, school stuff which I can’t relate to now. The second half is much better. The overall story is interesting but a little predictable. Will our gutsy hero’s win against a corrupt government and a cold hearted AI system. Will they free humanity from slavery? All set against a nicely laid out dystopian future. Rowan, our main protagonist is still a little bit too perfect, she has only good features, no faults. Brave and strong. Always does the right thing. But this comes across as smug and patronising at times and she’s still selfish and reckless which seems to be ignored for the most part by the other characters. Yarrow is in fact a more interesting character. We also have a baddie who is like a Bond villain and who never kills the heroes, just makes threats, explains a lot and then keeps them alive to play with and so often they end up escaping. It’s a bit ridiculous and a bit repetitive after a while. One other comment is that there are lots of speeches, over explaining everything in case we don’t get it, that started to grate after a while. I’ve been quite negative in my review but honestly it’s not a bad book. It keeps a good pace throughout, lots of interesting characters and one adventure after another. The ending is not bad either, not what I was expecting, although I’m not sure what I was expecting. I’d 100% Recommend this book to any teenagers, and maybe a few people in their twenties, but probably not to anyone 30+ unless they already like YA. For me this is a 3*/5 maybe even a 2.5*/5 it just wasn’t for me and I’m kind of glad the series is over.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 3.5 stars for this last installation of the trilogy. There's a lot to unpack from this book, but I'm not going to bother going into too much detail because I could rant for days. Firstly, I thought so much happened in this book but also so little. Most events happen out of convenience to the plot, but occasionally something interesting crops up but you're not given much of it. I personally would have liked to know much more about the science behind Rowan becoming the "heart" of EcoPan. Secondly, 3.5 stars for this last installation of the trilogy. There's a lot to unpack from this book, but I'm not going to bother going into too much detail because I could rant for days. Firstly, I thought so much happened in this book but also so little. Most events happen out of convenience to the plot, but occasionally something interesting crops up but you're not given much of it. I personally would have liked to know much more about the science behind Rowan becoming the "heart" of EcoPan. Secondly, I still didn't warm up to most of the characters. I didn't care much for the main cast. I believe Lachlan would have made for an overall more interesting main character. I really liked the new characters of Mira and Cornelian in this book though and was annoyed when Mira was killed off. Adding Zander into the mix was pure unnecessary because the last thing this trilogy needed was another antagonist. Thirdly, what the hell was that ending?! I predicted pretty much everything that happened in this book except the ending. I have multiple questions. Mostly about the science behind the whole thing, but also mainly: what's to stop one of the other characters (mainly Lachlan) from wrecking the EcoPan's "heart" after Rowan's "sacrifice"? I believe Zander would like to get in there and fuck things up with his club, Cornelian too when he discovers what happened. After all, EcoPan is essentially just a giant computer. And lastly, I see what the author was going for regarding the moral of the story. Most of the time it felt like I was constantly being told how we humans are shit. But telling us so over and over again isn't going to incite change. In the words of the main character, "We humans have terrible potential. But wonderful potential too. I have no idea which will ever win."

  10. 4 out of 5

    Castette

    Hi, hello! How do you start off these things? I guess I’ll just explain why I stopped reading Rebels Of Eden 85% through. Naturally, if you are reading the third book in the trilogy, you must have read the other two. When I read Children Of Eden, I was passionate about the story. I loved the storytelling, the idea and some characters (I still love you Lachlan). But as I continued on with the series, I felt like those emotions I first felt watered down over time which means I was not that excited Hi, hello! How do you start off these things? I guess I’ll just explain why I stopped reading Rebels Of Eden 85% through. Naturally, if you are reading the third book in the trilogy, you must have read the other two. When I read Children Of Eden, I was passionate about the story. I loved the storytelling, the idea and some characters (I still love you Lachlan). But as I continued on with the series, I felt like those emotions I first felt watered down over time which means I was not that excited to read the third book. Of course, the fact that I had spoiled myself the ending (I know, I hate it but I just wanted to know who she ended up with) hadn’t helped because I hated that ending. Now I know, I’m just one reader and it may seem as though I’m bashing the book but I can’t be the only one who was disappointed. Then, there was this case where I started to feel Rowan and my admiration for her slip away. Quite frankly, I think she’s a little stupid but that’s kind of her charm right? But I also don’t like the fact that she loves two people at once. I mean, she doesn’t want to hurt Lark or Lachlan but still openly states her love for one in front of the other. But again, that’s one of the main plot points. But even with these two things, I still hold the Rowan from book 1 in a small part of me and I admire her strength and loyalty to her friends, the second children and the prisoners of Eden. After all this, I’d just like to say that Joey Graceffa has made a very good story along with strong characters and great writing, I’ve simple lost interest in the story. So word of advice, don’t spoil yourself no matter how much you want to.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Meda

    I’m kind of glad the series is over - the reading dragged for me... And that bizarre ending!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Abby

    Rowan is acclimating to life in Harmonia, but still feels a hole in her heart for the loved ones she left behind in Eden. The people of Harmonia are resistant to those in Eden, only accepting those who are sent by EcoPan, like Rowan herself. When Lachlan ends up in Harmonia, Rowan realizes just how important it is to go back to Eden for the rest of her friends and family. While this series wasn't stellar writing, it served its purpose in being entertaining. The ending made sense for the story, s Rowan is acclimating to life in Harmonia, but still feels a hole in her heart for the loved ones she left behind in Eden. The people of Harmonia are resistant to those in Eden, only accepting those who are sent by EcoPan, like Rowan herself. When Lachlan ends up in Harmonia, Rowan realizes just how important it is to go back to Eden for the rest of her friends and family. While this series wasn't stellar writing, it served its purpose in being entertaining. The ending made sense for the story, so I really can't complain.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mariah Bowman

    I dont know where to begin. I found the story slow, though the writing was fine. I skimmed more than read, and I couldn't make myself interested, as much as I wanted to be. I feel like the first book in this series was the best, with each book keeping my attention less and less. The ending was predictable to me, and I found myself wanting the book to be over. it's a 2 star read for me, guys

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lydia Kleinhans

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It was a good ending. But I honestly wish Lark didn't turn on her. I wish she ended up with her more then Lachlan... and I didn't really like the ending. I think Rowan shouldn't have to sacrifice herself to Ecopan but thats my opinion

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    Loved it! But wasn't 100% happy with the ending

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kryssi D'Eredita

    This could’ve been good had it taken a couple more trips through the editing room.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Inky

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is for ALL THREE BOOKS. Okay, I will admit, no. No, it's not the best series ever. It's not even really one of my favorites. But, geez, it was good. BOOKS: Book One: This one was definitely my favorite BY FAR. It's literally incredible and I love it beyond words. Book Two: I wanted to throw this book across the room. I. Cannot. Stand. Yarrow. I just can't. My least favorite of the trilogy. Book Three: Falls somewhere in the even middle. I'm still sorting through my feelings over this book, but o This is for ALL THREE BOOKS. Okay, I will admit, no. No, it's not the best series ever. It's not even really one of my favorites. But, geez, it was good. BOOKS: Book One: This one was definitely my favorite BY FAR. It's literally incredible and I love it beyond words. Book Two: I wanted to throw this book across the room. I. Cannot. Stand. Yarrow. I just can't. My least favorite of the trilogy. Book Three: Falls somewhere in the even middle. I'm still sorting through my feelings over this book, but overall, it was pretty good. CHARACTERS: Rowan: Honestly, I really don't like Rowan. She completely and totally annoys me. But I don't HATE her. There are parts that I actually quite enjoy very much. Yarrow: You do not even want to get me started. I despise Yarrow with every fiber of my being. Lachlan: Honestly, not that big a fan of him either. He's kind of annoying, although understandable, as in I get why he does the things he does. Lark: I've never liked Lark, if I'm being honest, since we met her in book one. And the whole evil/not evil dynamic this book was frustrating and even boring at times. Ash: Oh, Ash. He is my sweet little completely cliche cinnamon roll and I couldn't care less. There wasn't nearly enough of him in this book to please me, although he didn't die, so that's a plus. Mom/Dad: The mom annoys me, even though she means the best. The dad was a jerk. I don't think I really need to elaborate on THAT one. Pearl/Angel: I have very mixed feelings on this girl. I can't quite make a definite decision, but I don't hate her like I do Yarrow. Mira/Carnelian/Zander: Wow, okay. So, honestly, I didn't like the Harmonia plot line at all since the reason I started reading the series was for Eden, but the characters from Harmonia were way better than anyone I've met from Eden. Well-developed, good plot lines. Nicely done. I'm upset Mira dies, want to give Carnelian a hug, and hate Zander. ROMANCE: I don't like the love triangle between Lachlan, Rowan, and Lark. First of all, I just don't like love triangles (most of the time...), and second of all, it felt forced. Seriously? Ash and Angel? That came out of nowhere and it honestly like really annoys me. It felt forced and rushed to me, and I didn't really like it. OVERALL: This series is good, it really is. The author does an amazing job of showing that a utopian society IS a dystopian society, that there's no difference. There are some really fantastic quotes about freedom/free will, good and evil, machinery, etc. and it's amazing. I'd say definitely read the first book. If you want to read the others, be warned--they're NOTHING like that first book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Man Vs Machine Vs Nature I’ve finally finished the series. And boy oh bikking boy, do I regret reading this. Instead of finishing a series and thinking “Wow, I want to read more of that or more by the author”, I’m left feeling a bit ... well, meh. I think this would be quite an interesting series for some people, as it’s heavily influenced by the government and how humanity is destroying Earth. But does it make any sense? Rowan and Yarrow are still ... together as one, and the author has magicall Man Vs Machine Vs Nature I’ve finally finished the series. And boy oh bikking boy, do I regret reading this. Instead of finishing a series and thinking “Wow, I want to read more of that or more by the author”, I’m left feeling a bit ... well, meh. I think this would be quite an interesting series for some people, as it’s heavily influenced by the government and how humanity is destroying Earth. But does it make any sense? Rowan and Yarrow are still ... together as one, and the author has magically managed to bring back certain characters, despite killing them off in earlier books. (Why couldn’t he let them remain dead? I’m still confused if one of them was on the good side or the bad.) I feel like the author has also been influenced by other books, as the first 200 pages almost feel like that another entry into the Hunger Games series. The latter part of the book feels like it was Harry and Dumbledore speaking, rather than Rowan and someone else, with some Terminator/Skynet-aspects thrown in. I don’t understand the ending, nor do I like the way the author chose to end it. I feel like he’s ended it in such a way that there won’t (hopefully) be further books in the series. I’ve spent a week of my life reading this, a week that I will not get back, and I just WISH it had ultimately been different or perhaps stuck to just one book. I thought the second book was dull, and I think there was a seed of inspiration there. Ultimately, not a series that I will be reading again or reading any more by the author. On that note though, I still think it would be interesting to see it interpreted as a film.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    3.75 Stars I enjoyed this series overall a lot. I thought a lot of the themes and ideas in the book were extremely important ones that ranged from the environmental awareness to free will and government control. However, I was a little disappointed with this final book considering how much I enjoyed the second one. It felt like a bunch of random supposed-to-be interesting plot points thrown together that ultimately didn't matter much. I enjoyed the concept of the ending in that it was a little bit 3.75 Stars I enjoyed this series overall a lot. I thought a lot of the themes and ideas in the book were extremely important ones that ranged from the environmental awareness to free will and government control. However, I was a little disappointed with this final book considering how much I enjoyed the second one. It felt like a bunch of random supposed-to-be interesting plot points thrown together that ultimately didn't matter much. I enjoyed the concept of the ending in that it was a little bit of a surprise, but I wasn't happy with it entirely. The last line... it just left me wanting. Not more of the story, but a better ending, maybe some idea of if it all worked out. I'm not against open endings, but in this case, I thought the last few paragraphs made the whole thing seem like all that was important was the romance when that was just a side plot - or was supposed to be. I did enjoy the series overall, though I don't think I'll end up reading it again. It has many important themes that will get you thinking, and I think that's a good enough reason to give it a try.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Trisha

    This was what appears to be the conclusion of yet another dystopian young adult novel which is centered around a female character stuck in a love triangle. You can likely guess how the book goes based on that description alone. However, one thing that made this book stand out from the rest was a distinct negative for me: the number of errors in the book! There were numerous spelling and grammatical errors and a plethora of continuity errors, sometimes in the very next paragraph! All in all, I ca This was what appears to be the conclusion of yet another dystopian young adult novel which is centered around a female character stuck in a love triangle. You can likely guess how the book goes based on that description alone. However, one thing that made this book stand out from the rest was a distinct negative for me: the number of errors in the book! There were numerous spelling and grammatical errors and a plethora of continuity errors, sometimes in the very next paragraph! All in all, I calculated that there was an average of about one error for every 10 - 15 pages in the book. While plenty of books contain errors, I have never seen quite this many and it made it quite challenging for me to personally finish the book. If you are someone who believes that technology is harmful, this may be a book you enjoy. Otherwise, I would just recommend skipping it. This trilogy really doesn’t add anything new to the dystopian genre.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Faith Fawcett

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Boy am I mad. I absolutely loved the characters, I was rooting for Rowan and Lachlan to at least be able to communicate with each other!!! But noooooo. Rowan is an idiot, there had to have been a better way to save the people other than that; I do not trust ecopan. I feel like this could have been more than a trilogy to try and get some closure. I hate not knowing what happens to all of the characters.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Marie

    This took longer to get through than the other two. There was too much repeating of the same backstory (almost as if it had been written to be cut into more parts, if that makes sense). The beginning was okay, the middle was a bit exhausting, and the end was satisfying (satisfied that I finally got there). I was stretching with the 3-stars on the first two but I really can't with this one. Especially when the "missing piece" was entirely predictable. But, I never was annoyed by the main characte This took longer to get through than the other two. There was too much repeating of the same backstory (almost as if it had been written to be cut into more parts, if that makes sense). The beginning was okay, the middle was a bit exhausting, and the end was satisfying (satisfied that I finally got there). I was stretching with the 3-stars on the first two but I really can't with this one. Especially when the "missing piece" was entirely predictable. But, I never was annoyed by the main character, I liked the dual love interests, and as a whole I did like the story (please be kind to Earth everyone). Just wish this book was better executed.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tode

    OMG! Best ending to a series ever. 1 like one hug for Lachlan. But this series is by far one of the best novels I’ve ever read. Joey Graceffa sure knows how to write a book, because it was ABSOLUTELY STELLAR! I was hooked from beginning to end, and I couldn’t put the book down, once I started reading. So if you love dystopian literature, READ THIS BOOK ALONG WITH THE REST OF THE EDEN SERIES. PLZ! Also the cover is so beautiful, I want to redraw it, and hang it in my room.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Alexis

    Language: clean. There is made up curse words “bick” which is said a bit. Violence: 2/5 there is fighting. They fight in trials. Then when thy return to save people & as they fight the system. Romance: 2/5 there is kissing. Boy/girl & girl/girl. Language: clean. There is made up curse words “bick” which is said a bit. Violence: 2/5 there is fighting. They fight in trials. Then when thy return to save people & as they fight the system. Romance: 2/5 there is kissing. Boy/girl & girl/girl.

  25. 4 out of 5

    kenzie

    I'M SOBBING HOW DARE YOU

  26. 4 out of 5

    Emilė

    Each book in the trilogy was easy to get through and overall engaging, just badly written. The books where very formulaic, which became especially apparent in this one, it was clear where the author took the inspiration from. So my point is, these books were like bits and pieces of other popular YA novels, just not as well written. Talking about this book only, I liked the first half the most, but that is only because competition is one of my favourite tropes. Though if I'm actually being critica Each book in the trilogy was easy to get through and overall engaging, just badly written. The books where very formulaic, which became especially apparent in this one, it was clear where the author took the inspiration from. So my point is, these books were like bits and pieces of other popular YA novels, just not as well written. Talking about this book only, I liked the first half the most, but that is only because competition is one of my favourite tropes. Though if I'm actually being critical, the first part didn't add anything to the story and was just filler. After that, things got less interesting, which already says a lot about the quality of these books. Anyway, the characters stayed one-dimensional and didn't have any development, the plot was very simple and predictable. The book had its good moments as well. I appreciated the way it showed that it's okay and valid to love more than one person and be in a polyamorous relationship if it's based on honesty and consent from all parties. The main message about climate change is also extremely important, even though it was kind of shoved down the readers' throats in clichéd phrases. To sum up, the books were sort of interesting, even though at the same time they were quite primitively constructed. I think there are better YA dystopian books out there with similar themes so I wouldn't really recommend this trilogy.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Morgan

    When you continue on in a poorly written and badly edited series only because you're frustratingly curious about how the story comes to a close only to find that the ending is a total disappointment, it's impossible to give the last book a high rating. Rebels of Eden does have some good moments, and the Children of Eden series isn't a total waste of time; however, this is not a series I would recommend to others.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Audrey Rose

    I thoroughly enjoyed this series. I finally finished it after a year. I would say, don't be put off by the ending because it seems to be quite a genius ending. It may feel rushed or it leaves you with a lot of questions. I think it was truly a good twist to the story in the end. I wished to have had a bit more closure but honestly I'm not mad. You think something is happening, but Joey completely changes it again & again. I thoroughly enjoyed this series. I finally finished it after a year. I would say, don't be put off by the ending because it seems to be quite a genius ending. It may feel rushed or it leaves you with a lot of questions. I think it was truly a good twist to the story in the end. I wished to have had a bit more closure but honestly I'm not mad. You think something is happening, but Joey completely changes it again & again.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mikaila

    There were honestly so many plot twists, betrayals and deaths in this book, I’m surprised Victoria Aveyard didn’t write it. How do I begin to describe this amazing masterpiece of book? Firstly, I love how Joey made Harmonia similar to America. If you read it, you shall see what I mean, especially with Zander’s character. This book also helps take a look at all of people flaws. You have a character like Lark, who deepest flaws she tries so hard to hide. You constantly see love being used as weakne There were honestly so many plot twists, betrayals and deaths in this book, I’m surprised Victoria Aveyard didn’t write it. How do I begin to describe this amazing masterpiece of book? Firstly, I love how Joey made Harmonia similar to America. If you read it, you shall see what I mean, especially with Zander’s character. This book also helps take a look at all of people flaws. You have a character like Lark, who deepest flaws she tries so hard to hide. You constantly see love being used as weakness and strength for all the characters. You especially see this in Rowan as she is caught in her love triangle, especially with her feelings toward Lark. The ending of this book was also very powerful. Especially, how it works out with Lark. You have to read it to believe it with this book.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Cecily Kyle

    Not as good as the last one but a good ending to the trilogy. I loved the whole concept of the story and how it was executed. I am surprised to see what a good writer Joey Graceffa is, I would never have guessed. I really hope he continues to write more as the series was engaging and had some elements I hadn't read before that made me keep wanting more. Good Read!

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