When you're being hunted, who can you trust?
For the first time since she escaped from her school many months ago, Eve can sleep soundly. She's living in Califia, a haven for women, protected from the terrifying fate that awaits orphaned girls in The New America.
But her safety came at a price: She was forced to abandon Caleb, the boy she loves, wounded and alone at the city gates. When Eve gets word that Caleb is in trouble, she sets out into the wild again to rescue him, only to be captured and brought to the City of Sand, the capital of The New America.
Trapped inside the City walls, Eve uncovers a shocking secret about her past - and is forced to confront the harsh reality of her future. When she discovers Caleb is alive, Eve attempts to flee her prison so they can be together - but the consequences could be deadly. She must make a desperate choice to save the ones she loves... or risk losing Caleb forever.
In this breathless sequel to Eve, Anna Carey returns to her tale of romance, adventure, and sacrifice in a world that is both wonderfully strange and chillingly familiar.
Also listen to the first book, Eve.
©2012 Alloy Entertainment and Anna Carey (P)2012 HarperCollinsPublishers
I loved when they were making fun of a old teachers face that looks like a bull dog!
Delirium, Match, The Selection, & Divergent.
Well I liked when she just read normal and not acted out voices. Her natural voice is beautiful.
When Eve saw her friend walking into the all woman city Califia. I could imagine the joy of seeing a long lost friend.
This main character Eve is soo dumb... I don't understand why authors make characters dumb, maybe so the poor decisions they make lead into a new troublesome issue. At one point I just wanted to stop listening because of her dumb choice that puts her friend into harms way. Again I believe this character is like the girl form the movie Twilight... If you seen the movie, you understand the dumb choices the girl makes and you just wanna slap the stupid out of them. This book was written very well though. Some comedy and a ton of adventure. This book keeps you very interested and wanting more.I think anyone would like this book if you like Divergent. I would just think woman authors would want to make their main female characters to appear somewhat intelligent. I know men and woman think differently. But I believe to gain respect from men, maybe female authors should not portray woman as idiots.But again this is a wonderful book with that one only flaw.I can't wait for the 3rd book!
I'm a twenty-two year old who loves to read compelling stories. My addiction is audio books because I get to listen to books!!!
exciting, crazy realistic
One of the most memberrable moments was when the dog was shot as she was trying to protect Eve and Arden.
She performed Ardin perfectly!!!
"Once", a story of love, loss, and sacrifice!
I can't wait for the third book to be released.
This book starts off a few months after the first book ended. The story delves further into the politics of the New America and is quite interesting. I didn't forsee some of the twists the story took and was quite enthralled. The ending however was quite abrupt so I'm going to assume there is going to be another book. I'm looking forward to the next one. Tavia Gilbert, the narrator, is one of my favorites and she did an excellant job.
No. The book didn't grip me but i suffered through it anyway.
Not much to say about the ending except you know what's going to happen in the next book
Terrible. I couldn't stand the over dramatic voice. It wasn't believable and might be the reason i couldn't get into the book
Anna Carey continues a wonderful job in this second book/audiobook of the series. New surprises unveil as Eve continues her search for her love, Caleb. With Eve's new revelations and an empending war between the king and the rebels, will her and Caleb's love survive? Tavia Gilbert continues to deliver an excellent performance in her narration of "Once". I was crying, anxious and swooning throughout the book. Can't wait for the next and final installment!
I like to read VERY much .. I'm obsessed with reading I don't have time to actually read a book so I've been a listener for three years now
I liked how did Eve grew up and matured a lot since the first book , but I didn't like how the events are moving super slowly in comparison with the first book which was one of my favorites
yeah sure .. this book wasn't so bad and I already read Eve and I LOVED it .. looking forward to the next book
her speed of narration was so good , I didn't even have to fast forward it like most of the books
yeah .. because I wanted to read it so badly
I actually wanted to give this one a full five stars like the first book , but something in it just ticked me off .. but it was good though
Say something about yourself!
It was ok. Ends with a set-up for the next book so I will probably get that when released.
It continued the story right were the first left off with excellent narration and an even better storyline. I loved the fact that I could not wait to pick it up again and listen.
The entire premise of the end of the world with orphans being the repopulation vessels and essentially slaves with their impending revolution.
She is a great narrator with an exceptional ability to convey the differences in characters as well as between thought and speaking.
The end, or the beginning?
This book is an excellent read and I cannot wait for the third installment to be released!
This book was just so so for me.
I was disappointed in the story of this second book in the Eve series by Anna Carey. I did enjoy the first book quite a bit but this one felt like it was stuck in one place in the story for much too long. Not enough action. While it wasn't fantastic, I am still intrigued enough to check out the next book in the series.
I am not crazy about Tavia Gilbert as a narrator. She tends to add too much drama to her voice at times. This can get annoying.
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