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The Bane (The Eden Trilogy Book 1) (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Keary Taylor

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    Before the Evolution there was TorBane: technology that infused human DNA with cybernetic matter. It had the ability to grow new organs and limbs, to heal the world. Until it evolved out of control and spread like the common cold. The machine took over, the soul vanished, and the Bane were born. The Bane won't stop until every last person has been infected. With less than two percent of the human population left, mankind is on the brink of extinction.

    Eve knows the stories of the Evolution, the time before she wandered into the colony of Eden, unable to recall anything but her name. But she doesn't need memories to know this world is her reality. This is a world that is quickly losing its humanity, one Bane at a time.

    Fighting to keep one of the last remaining human colonies alive, Eve finds herself torn between her dedication to the colony, and the discovery of love. There is Avian and West – one a soldier, one a keeper of secrets. And in the end, Eve will make a choice that will change the future of mankind.

    The Bane is The Terminator meets The Walking Dead with a heart-twisting romance.

    Previously published as Eden, due to reader demand, it has been revamped and re-released as The Bane: book one in The Eden Trilogy.

    The Bane: Book One
    The Human: Book Two
    The Eve: Book Three
    The Ashes: an Eden prequel
    The Raid: an Eden short story

    Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

    Keary Taylor grew up along the foothills of the Rocky Mountains where she started creating imaginary worlds and daring characters who always fell in love. She now resides on a tiny island in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and their two young children. She continues to have an overactive imagination that frequently keeps her up at night. She is the author of THE EDEN TRILOGY, THE FALL OF ANGELS TRILOGY, and WHAT I DIDN'T SAY. Please visit KearyTaylor.com to learn more about her and her writing process.

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    • Format: Kindle Edition
    • Dateigröße: 3898 KB
    • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 354 Seiten
    • Verlag: Keary Taylor Book, INC (16. Januar 2014)
    • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
    • Sprache: Englisch
    • ASIN: B00BP1ZKJ4
    • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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    • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #5.112 Kostenfrei in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 - Kostenfrei in Kindle-Shop)

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    Keary Taylor wuchs am Fuß der Rocky Mountains auf. Hier begann sie damit, Fantasiewelten zu gestalten und mutige Charaktere zu erschaffen, und immer spielte dabei auch die Liebe eine große Rolle. Heute lebt Keary Taylor mit ihrem Mann und ihren zwei kleinen Kindern auf einer winzigen Insel im Pazifik. Noch immer hat sie eine lebhafte Fantasie, die sie nachts oft wach hält. Sie ist die Autorin der »Eden«-Trilogie über den Garten Eden, das Paradies, der Trilogie »Fall of Angels« (»Gefallene Engel«) und des Romans »What I Didn`t Say« (»Das, was ich verschwiegen habe«). Erfahren Sie mehr über Keary und ihr Schreiben auf der Internetseite www.KearyTaylor.com.

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    2.0 von 5 Sternen Kick-butt Premise, but Frustrating Love-Triangle 31. Juli 2013
    Von PaperFury - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
    Format:Kindle Edition
    When people get infected by a mutated disease and become robot-zombie-like-creepy-things - I AM IN. Add in an apocalyptic feel, survival skills, and the odd gun shoot-out, this is my kind of book.

    The plot and premise where everything I loved and more. It wasn't "original", but it was clearly well, explained clearly (without massive info-dumps), and had awesome twists. The TorBane, mutated cyborg-humans, attempt to destroy the last of the human species. The only thing that stops them? Electric shocks. It would have been nice to raise the stakes and have people turning into the Bane left, right, and centre. But, things kept to a nice PG rating. I'm surprised at how tame it was.

    I'd rather think fondly of this book. Premise was epic, the writing good and crisp, and it didn't drag. But the characters? They weren't great.

    First things first, our narrator: Eve. I have problems with Eve. As a character she was epic - tough, kick-butt, and the best soldier around. She was also part robot, but she didn't know this until a hot looking dude named West waltzes into camp (with a notebook, no less) and all is revealed. GASP. Eve is part Bane - but since it happened when she was a baby, she doesn't have the same psychotic take-over-the-world tendencies. Make no mistakes, THIS is cool. I love it. What stumped me in my bookish delight, however, was the fact that Eve was as human as every Tom, Dick, and Harry - UNTIL she found out she was part Bane. Then suddenly, she's all, "I don't have feelings. I'm a robot." Oh-kay. I'm sorry, Eve, darling, you do have feelings and you've displayed them marvelously until this moment. How do they suddenly stop?

    As for the love-triangle? I quake in the sight of a love-triangle, but I don't necessarily hate them. I've read quite a few that have been interesting and well done. I like rooting for a dude and hoping he wins the girl. But this triangle was abominable. Dudes in question: Avian and West. Avian is several years Eve's senior and he's known her since she turned up in Eden. West arrives about 20% into the book. He's hot and young, and has certain "fire" about him. His grandfather made Eve into a Bane, so he played with her as a child. She doesn't remember him. So apparently, we're supposed to be torn between hot West and mature Avian. I didn't care two-hoots for either. They did nothing to win Eve's heart. They both said, "Okay, let me know when you decide. You can't have us both. But we'll be here until you do decide. Love you forever!" Seriously? I would have fought for Eve. Given her extra veggies from the garden? Made her laugh? West kissed her and Avian sulked. That's, um...about it. I didn't vouch for either of them. And PLUS with human existence so near to diminishing, why were they even freaking out about falling in love with Eve anyway? I would have concentrated on surviving. Eating. Sleeping. That sort of thing.

    In a world I loved, with characters who frustrated me, EDEN is an apocalyptic mess of robots, survival and romance.
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    5.0 von 5 Sternen Courtesy of Readergirl Reviews a Teen Book 24. März 2013
    Von The Tale Temptress - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
    Format:Taschenbuch
    I had never heard of this book before, and knew absolutely nothing about it, but decided to check it out. I am so ecstatic that I did, because I would not have missed the chance to read this book if I had it to do over again. This book was absolutely, positively ah-maz-ing!!!

    Goodreads has dubbed it The Terminator meets the Walking Dead, and I can see the comparison because The Terminator had a computer system that evolved and took over the world, while the Walking Dead has zombies. The Bane has a cybernetic matter taking over the human body, turning people mindless and destructive. But there lies the only similarities. The Bane is 100% unique and inventive, and I was absolutely compelled to read it.

    The main character, Eve, is one of my favorite heroines I've read in a while. She's tough, fearless, and strong, and cares so much for her little village that she risks her life daily in protection of them, caring for them, and attempting to keep them fed and alive. Who wouldn't love a selfless person like that? There is a LOT more to Eve than meets the eye though, and part of the story is spent in the discovery of Eve's past, the past she has forgotten.

    Then there are the two guys: one that makes her feel new things she's never felt before, and one that is so much a part of her that she hardly ever leaves his side. Both of these guys were amazing. One as selfless and caring as her, the other as determined and strong. These two were so balanced for me that it was so hard to pick a winner for Eve. You just love them both so much. Because of this, the love triangle was wonderful, the romance so well-balanced that you just don't know which to root for, although toward the end, I had a clear winner picked out in my head that I wanted for her.

    Aside from the romance and amazing romantic tension, the book had mystery, loads of suspense and action, and it kept me on the edge of my seat. The writing was so well-paced that I flew through the pages and finished the book in hardly any time at all. It was emotionally stirring, made me gasp at times, and absolutely riveted me to the page. I literally am agonizing over the wait for the next installment that comes out in the summer, 2013. If you have not yet read this book, you must get a copy now and read it. Absolutely one of the best books I've read so far this year!
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    4.0 von 5 Sternen Full of action, great characters and love the idea of the Bane. I want more! 7. März 2013
    Von Diana (@Offbeat Vagabond) - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
    Format:Kindle Edition
    The Bane is a post-apocalyptic story that follows the last of humankind. After the development of TorBane, the world is now completely run by the Bane. TorBane was technology started by scientists that had the ability to recreate human tissue, organs, and limbs. It went great at first until people started to notice that the cybernetic molecules that helped to create the new tissue would start spreading. They slowly start losing their ability to control themselves. They cease to be human and become machines. A young woman named Eve and her small group of survivors is trying their best to survive in this world. Eve is the strongest of the group, but she does start to question her strength after newcomers arrive and their leader West starts to mess with her mind. She doesn't know what to feel for him, but she knows she shouldn't trust him. She needs to find out why though.

    This book is described as The Terminator meets The Walking Dead. That really is the perfect description. I love the idea of being infected by machines. It is like an updated look to the zombie genre. It's quite brilliant really. I had a blast with this read.

    Our main character Eve goes on the "great kicka** heroine" list. She was amazing. I loved her strength and how much she did for her group. She wasn't the leader. But she could have easily been though. She was found by the group at the age of thirteen and doesn't remember where she was beforehand. I love how much she was there for everyone and how much of a bada** she was. I also enjoyed the relationship between her and the leader Avian and his sister Sarah. At first I thought Eve and Avian were more brother and sister, but Avian doesn't start to show there is more until the new guy West shows up. West was an interesting addition to the story. He abhors secrets and Eve is trying to find out what they are. She finds out what he has been hiding and boy is it a big one and it explains a lot.

    I loved this storyline. I am a sucker for these survivor stories. I love all the discoveries we make as the story goes along. West is the one that really opens the doors in this story. His arrival starts a flood in the story. There is also the discovery of the Bane as well. The Bane only hunt during the day and in the cities. So the group must stay in the country and are well hid in the woods where they call Eden. But when they run low on supplies, going to the city is their only option. I love the fight scenes that take place between Eve and the Bane. They are crazy and intense.

    As I said before, things really pick up when West gets into the picture. He brings a long a lot of feelings that weren't there before specifically for Eve. She seems to be void of emotions, but she knows she has some kind of connection to West. Then after West's arrival, Avian starts to make his feelings known. I loved him, but I wanted to slap him for waiting until another guy got into the picture to show how he really felt. The story is split between the science fiction and the love triangle. I know how people feel about love triangles, but I like the way it is done here. It actually plays a crucial role for Eve in this story. Eve's emotions are basically nonexistent and with West appearance, new feelings come to light. She has every reason to be confused given her problem.

    I am trying to my best not to spoil, but the story just gets bigger and bigger. The last few chapters were action packed and exciting as hell. I actually thought this book was going to end like The Immortal Rules for a second, but it definitely took an exciting route. The ending was quite nice. But given certain events that happened, we don't know how nice it will be in the second book. The characters are likable and I loved the interactions they shared. Again, there is a love triangle, but I had no issue with it because it makes sense here. I would have been happy no matter who Eve chose. I do recommend checking this out. I know there is a lot more to this story and I am dying to know more. The world-building is great and I intend to read plenty more from Taylor.
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    5.0 von 5 Sternen We Are The Bane. Resistance is Futile. 4. April 2013
    Von KMatherly - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
    Format:Taschenbuch
    This electrifying novel will have you on the edge of your seat, blazing through it's pages like a forest fire.

    First off: Noooooooooo! She chose the wrong man. The wrong man! Dammit to hell. I'm through with this poppy cock. No, no. I kid. I kept reading. Still the wrong man. Uugh! Okay, I'm done ranting. To the review.

    Even though I had some issues with the sometimes unrealistic plot, lack of description including the characters actual location, I couldn't put this novel down. The love interest(s) {{Gerrrr}} made my heart flutter at times. Taylor really can write about feelings and emotions. I was reminded of Nora Roberts when I read the romance portions. Also, the nerd in me was all over this idea. If The Borg (from Star Trek) had an f-ed up baby with a zombie, that would be the Bane. Great spin on the technology takeover idea.

    See the rest of my review on my blog - Read it in Houston
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    5.0 von 5 Sternen Imagine the main heroine from Hunger Games, Star Trek Borg, and some mad scientist sci-fi. 10. April 2013
    Von Gatosqueak - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
    Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
    Wow! This book was AMAZING! Imagine the main heroine from Hunger Games, Star Trek Borg, and some mad scientist sci-fi combining in a soup of suspense and hope. Highly recommended for anyone who likes dystopian and young adult science fiction/fantasy. I really liked both of the main character's love interests, and how she is not a perfect character. She has a lot of scars, body and emotional, and works through many problems throughout the book. Can't wait to hear if there is a sequel. The writing style is easy to follow and the book flows easily.
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