Set way into the future, The Chronicles of Eden tells the tale of Talryn’s and Kiryana’s fight to stay alive. Both have suffered great loss and are being pursued by The Legion who wants to capture them. The Legion wants to take over control of the government on Eden and will do anything to reach that goal…including eliminating anyone that gets in the way.
The book itself is ok. The prologue dragged (it was in 2 parts) and the actual story had so much detail that I ended up skimming and skipping a lot of the story. The world of Eden was creative and interesting, but I felt like I knew too much. I did like the relationship between Talryn and Kiryana. Sometimes, their dialogue dragged, but overall it helped to move the story along.
While the book isn’t a bad one, it wasn’t for me.
William Kerwick is a 19-year-old student at Fordham University. An avid writing and tech enthusiast, he hails from Long Island and currently has several major works in progress. He draws influences from several diverse genres, and amongst his favorite authors are Terry Goodkind, Max Brooks, F. Scott Fitzgerald, J.K. Rowling, Christopher Paolini, and Dan Brown. Will has experience in a wide range of literary, business, and humanitarian fields, and is determined to make a change in the world through the spreading of positive values.