Book Review: Children of Eden by Joey Graceffa


Here is my review of Joey Graceffa’s book that came out Oct. 4th, 2016: 

In my personal opinion I loved it. Basically it’s about a girl named Rowan and how she has lived her life as a “second child” in a post apocalyptic world. Eden was created to help save what was left of the human population and to help Earth get better again because humans were destroying it. So a guy named Al-Paz came up with Eden, a sanctuary where the rest of the human population could live, while Earth could try to “repair” itself.

Now because there were very limited resources they had to come up with a law that there could only be one child per family. If a second child is caught they are either put to death or become slaves. Rowan was born as a twin. Her brother Ash was born first. But her parents didn’t want to give her up so they hid her in their home. They had a wall so she could go outside but not be seen. Ash would come home from school and tell Rowan everything she wanted to know.

That’s all the “spoilers’ you’re going to get from me! 😉

The book is really well written and you do get into the characters. I believe anyone who reads this will enjoy it. Especially if you are into post-apocalyptic books. I really want to se this made into a movie.

If you want to check out this book you can go to Walmart, Target, Barnes and Noble, or wherever books are sold! Also if you want to check out the author you can go to his Youtube channel here: Joey Graceffa  ❤

Alright guys that’s it for today! Have a great day and I’ll see you soon! 🙂

Choose Happiness and Kindness!




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