Friday 25 March 2022

Review of Making Eden by KRS McEntire

In post-apocalyptic Chicago, only the Cleansed survive.

Seventeen-year-old Ivy would do anything to save her mother—giving up her mutant abilities in a Cleansing ceremony is a price she’s willing to pay. It’s the only way to get her hands on the medicine her mother needs. 

Asher hopes the Cleansing will secure a safer life for his girlfriend, Ivy—one where she’s less likely to get slaughtered for simply walking down the street. A life where she can get legally married, ideally, to him. 

But Ivy’s Cleansing goes horribly wrong. When mutants disappear, Asher must discover where the missing mutants have gone. Will Asher and Ivy find each other and discover the truth about the treatment before more mutants vanish?


My Review: 5 STARS

I read the first two books in this series one after the other, and had to pre-order this one to find out what happened next. I loved the way each book in the series has focused on two different people. The story was engaging from the first page and took you along for a ride. You find yourself on the edge of your seat, trying to guess where the twists and turns are going to take you. I adored the ending, adored the way the series came together and the world building along the way. This is a must read for anyone who loves dystopian or post-apocalyptic stories. Very very well written and highly engaging and recommended!

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