I enjoyed this book a lot. The concept was very interesting and the action moved right along ... for the most part. I understand that not everyone knows about the different theories of where the Garden of Eden might be but I felt that sometimes, the explaining got in the way of the reading. I also found myself going back every now and then to try and remember which bad guy was which.
The main character was interesting. I felt like she was fully fleshed out. I wish the author had taken the time to give us more on some of the other characters surrounding her. This may be more an editing thing than an author thing.
Still, it was well worth the read and if the other books (I am not sure how many there are) come up for free or under a dollar ... I'll probably read them.
This might be classified as Christian Fiction but that shouldn't put you off. It is more of a history thriller that has some religious overtones than a religious book.
I really did enjoy this book but I'm giving it three stars for it overly explaining the some of the theories and not developing some of the more interesting characters more fully.