Eden

Eden Review

From the bestselling author of The Silence comes a brand-new supernatural eco thriller. In large areas of the planet, nature is no longer humanity's friend...

In a time of global warming and spiralling damage to the environment, the Virgin Zones were established to help combat the change.  Abandoned by humanity and given back to nature, these vast areas in a dozen remote locations across the planet were intended to become the lungs of the world. 

But there are always those drawn to such places.  Extreme sports enthusiasts and adventure racing teams target the dangerous, sometimes deadly zones for illicit races.  Only the hardiest and most experienced dare undertake these expeditions. When one such team enters the oldest Zone, Eden, they aren't prepared for what confronts them.  Nature has returned to Eden in an elemental, primeval way.  And here, nature is no longer humanity's friend.

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  • Michelle

    I was so excited to be approved for an ARC of Eden. I adored The Silence by this author and the premise for this one reminded me a bit of The Ruins or maybe even a little like Area X: The Southern Rea...

  • Sadie Hartmann Mother Horror

    Review originally published in issue #60 of the May/June SCREAM magazineMy own, personal style as a book reviewer is to lean into my experience reading the book rather than spend too much time retelli...

  • Paul

    EDEN is a smart, thrilling, relentless, eco-nightmare that will worm its tendrils deep into you. Let your own ghost orchid grow. ...

  • Rachel (TheShadesofOrange)

    This was a fairly well written piece of biological horror, but unfortunately, it just did not work for me. I liked the premise behind this novel because I typically enjoy science fiction horror and lo...

  • Tracy Robinson

    From Sci Fi and ScaryEden is probably one of the very few “eco-horror” novels I’ve read. Preceding this was The Ruins by Scott Smith and a few others I fail to remember. Tim Lebbon has managed t...

  • Bob

    A timely tale of eco horror, Eden has an intriguing concept at its core. With trash-filled oceans, rising sea levels, Amazon deforestation, and skyrocketing extinction rates puting the Earth at risk, ...

  • Gabi

    This book starts with a solid "Annihilation" vibe. A group of extreme athletes wants to infiltrate and cross one of the Virgin Zones, zones created for nature taking back what is hers and therefore of...

  • Nicole

    This book had a really interesting concept but unfortunately it was not for me It's hard to say what genre this book really falls under. At the start, I thought it was more science fiction/ dystopian ...

  • Eddie Generous

    Adventure horror. Accessible writing. Nice pacing. Cool nasty stuff....

  • Ashley (bookishmommy)

    3.5 rounding to 4! Eden releases 4/7!Fans of Lebbon's, The Silence, Adam Nevill's The Ritual and World War Z will love this one. A documentary style, nature horror novel....