"What a great new perspective on Eve! So many times she is villianized or thought to be gullible but Heather B. Moore changes that with this fabulous novel! From the garden to the 'outcast' world she brings life once again to sometimes hard to read scripture. I really enjoyed seeing a different view of the well-know Adam and Eve. This book does not disappoint!" --Delina
"I absolutely loved this book. Heather does an incredible job of telling this beautiful story of our first parents. I appreciated Heather's notes in the beginning of the book, that she believes one day our questions will be answered about the Garden of Eden, and that this book is not to answer those questions, but to simply "bring to life an incredible man and woman who sacrificed immortality to start the human race".
Heather's Eve is a sweet, curious woman who is loved protectively by Adam in the garden. They work together to tend to the garden and the animals. Eve is fascinated by the tree of knowledge of good and evil, while Adam fears it. Lucifer is there and his presence causes changes and death in the Garden. Of course, we all know what happens after that. Eve partakes of the fruit, as does Adam, and they are cast out. But that is where their journey begins. Their struggles in the wilderness and how they learned to adapt were heart-felt and challenging. Lucifer comes to confuse and manipulate them. What I loved most was Adam and Eve's strong love for each other. They knew they needed to multiply and replenish the earth, but knew it would bring Eve "great sorrow". I enjoyed their individual journeys of self discovery and finding their new love outside the garden. Heather wrote these characters so well. I enjoyed how the story was told from both character's point of view. I loved Eve, her sweet nature and innocence were enduring, but what I loved most about her was how she was strong too and came to Adam's rescue at times. Adam is strong and shielding and the perfect protector, and Satan is just, well Satan." --Mindy Holt
"This is a very unusual book due to the subject matter. It is about Adam and Eve and the very important decision they had to make. I loved this book. it was very unique. It was based on Genisis in the Old Testament. There is much we can learn from Adam and Eve. The struggles they had to face after leaving the garden were incredible. We take life so much for granted, but for them it was a life or death situation all the time. It was well thought out and very unique." --Charlotte Jackson
"I enjoyed reading this book. It really made Adam and Eve more real. While this book is just Heather's imagination at work, it really helped me see why Eve would choose to do what she did. Eve was very inquisitive and always wanting to know more. I really liked Adam in this story. He was very loving and gentle with Eve. He was protective of her and did what needed to be done. I liked how the story told about the struggles the couple faced onced they had to leave the garden of Eden. I loved the dynamics between Adam and Eve. I felt like they faced problems that are very real to what couples face today. I would recommend this book. It was an enjoyable and thought provoking read. It would make a great read for a book club." --Nari Burton