Dead of Eve by Pam Godwin
(Trilogy of Eve)

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But despite the flaws and the unsettling racist overtones, it was compelling. Without giving too much away, the manner in which the story crescendoes gives rise to a new danger and a new hope. I’m not sure I’m on board for sequels because of my weak stomach and preference for happier endings but I’m not sorry I read this.
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A virus devastates humanity. Few men survive. The rest are monsters. The women are dead, except Evie.

Through a quirk in her genetics, she survives. When her physiology begins to evolve, she must come to terms with what she is and accept her role in finding a cure.

The mutated hunt her. The men brutalize her…except three. Cryptic warrior, contrite lover, caring enemy; they are fiercely protective of the last living woman, but divided in their own agendas. Can they come together to protect the only hope for humanity?

Evie must survive.

Content advisory: Guns. Gore. Sex.
 

About Pam Godwin

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Pam Godwin lives in Missouri with her husband, their two children, and a foulmouthed parrot. When she ran away, she traveled fourteen countries across five continents, attended three universities, and married the vocalist of her favorite rock band. Now, she resides in her hometown, earning her living as a portfolio research analyst, and living her yearning as a writer.Java, tobacco, and dark romance novels are her favorite indulgences, and might be considered more unhealthy than her aversion to sleeping, eating meat, and dolls with blinking eyes.You can follow her at pamgodwin.com
 
Published October 22, 2012 by Pam Godwin. 434 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Erotica, Romance. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jane on Mar 26 2013

But despite the flaws and the unsettling racist overtones, it was compelling. Without giving too much away, the manner in which the story crescendoes gives rise to a new danger and a new hope. I’m not sure I’m on board for sequels because of my weak stomach and preference for happier endings but I’m not sorry I read this.

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