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After Eden (Fallen Angels, #1)

Devi knows she shouldn’t trust the new employee at her favorite used bookstore. Sure, he’s funny, smart and hands down the sexiest guy she’s ever met, but something dark lurks behind his unassuming smile and sinful green eyes.

Still, a girl can’t always afford to be picky. When an angel abducts your twin brother it should come as no surprise that the one person who can help

Still, a girl can’t always afford to be picky. When an angel abducts your twin brother it should come as no surprise that the one person who can help you get him back is a demon–and only if you’re willing to pay his price.
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    Cj

    Aug 09, 2012

    rated it
    did not like it

    **NOTE: I am updating my reviews. Y’know: older, wiser, more eloquent.**

    I don’t know what possessed me to read this book. The summary seems intriguing enough, but after reading it… let’s just chalk it up to a momentary lapse in judgement.

    In terms of plot, this book is all over the place. It reads like Katherine Pine never devised a plot, or a reference sheet or anything else she could use to keep this book consistent. Because it is all over the place. This is what I will henceforth refer to as a

    I don’t know what possessed me to read this book. The summary seems intriguing enough, but after reading it… let’s just chalk it up to a momentary lapse in judgement.

    In terms of plot, this book is all over the place. It reads like Katherine Pine never devised a plot, or a reference sheet or anything else she could use to keep this book consistent. Because it is all over the place. This is what I will henceforth refer to as an “OH YEAH!” moment. Whenever I use this, you can assume that the author has made no previous mention of this information, although it may seem imperative.

    So, the main character, Devi, is a lonely secluded girl who doesn’t have any meaningful relationships. Like at all. Not even her family: she can’t look at her mom without being reminded of her missing brother and dead father. What she does have, is one pseudo-friend named Kim who is Vietnamese, and treats Devi so horribly, which conveniently furthers her isolation. This trope is not uncommon, but usually the isolation is not having absolutely no friends whatsoever, but more feeling out of place in your social group and/or family. Devi takes it to a whole new level, the level on which I would keep an eye on her so she doesn’t come to class one day with an Uzi. Complete isolation.

    **SIDENOTE, skip this if you are triggered by death, suicide, murder, or really creepy stuff** Devi mentions that her father shot himself on their couch and she used to sleep on the blood stain and stroke it.. That is not sentimental or sad, only creepy and very, very gross. Also, I think it’s technically impossible because the police and forensics would need at least a day to make sure he really shot himself, and he wasn’t murdered. Because they do that with every case in a shooting. So Devi wouldn’t be allowed anywhere near the bloodstain for at least a day, and maybe not at all, because I’d imagine they’d get rid of it for, y’know sanitary reasons. Nobody needs a bloodstained couch and that’s gross.

    OH YEAH! I get migraines so bad everyone thinks I have epilepsy! Oh, okay. So Devi is prone to seizures. What triggers her? No idea! This is brought up and dropped so quick, and is never mentioned again. So we can assume Devi has had a seizure before in public, enough for her to be diagnosed with epilepsy, but there is no further mention of treatment, or self-care. Meaning, Devi never takes care to avoid flashing lights, or swift movements or anything that might cause a seizure. If it’s not mentioned again, why is it relevant? Why is it included? Who knows?

    OH YEAH! I have an Indian grandmother, and my name comes from the Hindu word for goddess, but this has no relevance to the story or plot. It would be really cool to include this somehow, but it’s sort of just kind of there. Oh. Okay, cool. What do I do with this? Why is this here? (I’d also appreciate Hinduism getting the proper respect it deserves if it’s going to be mentioned at all)

    OH YEAH! I used to be able to see auras, but through the strength of my will I made it go away! Huh? This is said in the middle of the book, and was never mentioned before of after this point, it wasn’t in anyway related to the Hindu grandmother. Why is this relevant? It’s not mentioned before or after.

    At this point the OH YEAH! moments are getting enough to be infuriating but there’s still more.

    OH YEAH! (This moment comes towards the end of the book so it’s particularly frustrating) Remember that brother who went missing? Well he used to have an imaginary friend that he was convinced was real but no one believed him but I lowkey did. Well OH YEAH! turns out imaginary “Cammy” is actually the angel Camael. For some reason when she figures this out she has an emotional outburst and cries forever because she’s mad that Camael never revealed himself to anybody else or some obscure reason that is not fully explained.

    That’s all of the major OH YEAH! moments but there were more that I didn’t include because then this would get tedious.

    Besides plot holes and discrepancies, the whole concept of the story was executed poorly.

    The idea has potential to be intriguing. Pine makes the insinuation that Lucifer Fell not because of Pride but because of Love. Very interesting. This implies that there is more to morality than just a linear scale of good and evil in the supernatural realm. Note, here, Pine is going based on Christian theology in her novel. So this means, that demons have the potential to do good, such as love. Does this mean that they feel the same love that people feel or only the bad types of love like obsession and envy? See? This has potential to be very interesting, but Pine fails to recognize that potential by keeping it a binary scale but flipping the ends, meaning angels are bad and demons are good. It just doesn’t make any sense. I mean, it could, but she just doesn’t put in the effort to make it work.

    For example Cammy/Camael, the imaginary friend/angel has absolutely no range of emotion. Like zero. His full identity and personality are based completely on following orders. I guess it’s supposed to create conflict, but it just falls flat. It would be more interesting if he had at least a tiny personality or an emotional range greater than a teaspoon so he could be conflicted with following orders even though he had to follow them, but alas that is not the case. We are stuck with cardboard zero emotion Cam, and it’s disappointing.

    I did like Oz however. I liked his character and his quirks. I love that he loves pancakes. Very interesting traits for a demon. But the BIGGEST problem I had with this WHOLE book is that Oz has to live in a fake unnatural (for him) body because otherwise Devi won’t find him attractive. That is a terrible message, even lowkey to send (it’s a tad different because Oz is a demon but it’s still a horrible message). I like that he’s compassionate, and kind, and goofy. However, having a demon with these traits should add to the plot of a novel that should be about the complexity of good and evil, but instead just adds to the chaos of a book and a mess of a plot.

    My recommendation: Skip this book. Give it a pass. It’s poorly written, the plot is a mess, and it will leave you frustrated
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    Iris

    Deze recensie is als eerste geplaatst op Carpe Libra

    After Eden start zeer veelbelovend. Onze heldin valt bijna in de armen van onze held (oké ze viel op de harde vloer, hij moet duidelijk nog aan zijn reflexen werken 😉 ) en ze voelen zich op de een of andere manier meteen tot elkaar aangetrokken. Ook de flashbacks die Devi ervaart over haar rare broer Kai wekten enorme nieuwsgierigheid op. Een engel die kinderen zou ontvoeren? Behoren zij in alle verhalen tot de good guys? Of gaat het hier om e


    After Eden start zeer veelbelovend. Onze heldin valt bijna in de armen van onze held (oké ze viel op de harde vloer, hij moet duidelijk nog aan zijn reflexen werken 😉 ) en ze voelen zich op de een of andere manier meteen tot elkaar aangetrokken. Ook de flashbacks die Devi ervaart over haar rare broer Kai wekten enorme nieuwsgierigheid op. Een engel die kinderen zou ontvoeren? Behoren zij in alle verhalen tot de good guys? Of gaat het hier om een gevallen engel? Hier moest ik meer over weten!

    Maar toen…. begonnen ze met praten en hielden niet meer op. De afwisseling tussen actie en eindeloze conversaties had iets beter verdeeld kunnen worden. Mijn aandacht verslapte gewoon. Alsof mijn broertjes tegen mij over voetbal beginnen te praten, zo saai was het. Ik heb het boek ook verscheidene keren gewoon even moeten wegleggen, aangezien ik merkte dat ik dezelfde zin steeds opnieuw moest lezen. Het verhaal bleef gewoon niet hangen…

    De rest van het verhaal werd daardoor een beetje meh. Er waren nog wel leuke stukken hier en daar, maar ik miste het gevoel dat ik aan het begin had. Ook is me nog steeds niet duidelijk wat in dit boek het verschil is tussen een Engel en een Duivel. Logischerwijs moet er een belangrijk en duidelijk verschil tussen zitten, maar dat kon ik niet uit de tekst opmaken. Dit maakte het verhaal een beetje raar in mijn ogen…

    Conclusie

    Het was een beetje moeilijk om mijn gevoelens over After Eden op een rijtje te krijgen. Er zaten superleuke stukken in (ik kijk tegenwoordig anders tegen maandverband aan 😉 ) maar er waren ook stukken waar ik mezelf doorheen moest slepen. Zo saai waren ze. Daarom uiteindelijk toch maar 3 sterren gegeven. Het is leuker dan het gemiddelde boek, maar ook niet veel.


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    Savannah (Books With Bite)

    Jun 06, 2011

    rated it
    really liked it

    I am really enjoying see author think outside the box. Stories are now becoming so much more than what they used to be. One genre that is popular is angels. I love the any story with angels, but when Heaven and Hell go to war, its even better.

    Devi is a great character. I loved her personality from the very start. She is a very humbling young lady who is just trying to find answers. I like how both her and her brother had a strong connection to war that is going on. The storyline is not only uniq

    Devi is a great character. I loved her personality from the very start. She is a very humbling young lady who is just trying to find answers. I like how both her and her brother had a strong connection to war that is going on. The storyline is not only unique but realistic. Many things in this book have biblical setting. So if you aren’t familiar with the bible, you might bot get it. Then again, Ms. Pine made it easy to understand since she did a great job explaining the story to the reader as you unveil each secret. Which was wonderful. I love secrets!!

    All the characters in this book played a big role. While they may seem minor, their roles are bigger then what you think. I like how all sides of the story are explain from each character. Things you wouldn’t believe happen to them. Each of them have a stake in this war, it is just matter of who gets it first.

    My only gripe was the beginning of the story that sort of confused me. It lead me thinking of something else, when it was something entirely different. (Don’t want to say to spoil the story.)

    If you like angels, biblical history, and a unique storyline read this book. Ms. Pine created such a world that was easy to dive into and stay in. The story flowed just right, as well as the character development. Nothing happen too fast or too slow. The pacing of the story was perfect in revealing the characters, secrets and the war.
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