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You know the story. There was a garden. There was a snake. There was an apple. That’s how it started. But where will it end, when Tom and Giovanna twist it all around? Fast-forward into the future. Eve isn’t the first woman: she’s pretty much the last woman. She’s the first girl born in fifty years. She’s humanity’s final hope. Which means she has a vital job. Now Eve must find her Adam. But how? There are three suitors to choose from: all carefully selected. The future depends on Eve making the right choice. But will she? What about what her heart says? What about Bram? This world is hardly Eden, but there’s sure to be a deadly snake in the grass…

  • The electrifying dystopian love story of the year
  • First in a dark trilogy by Giovanna and Tom Fletcher
  • The Selection meets The 100: brave, brilliant stuff
  • Both Tom and Giovanna are already bestselling authors

“One of the big books of the year. You’d be a fool to miss it.” Heat

“This chilling dystopia is at heart a love story, and the vivid characterisation has you rooting for the duo from page one.” Mail on Sunday

Product Details


Eve of Man (book 1)






Michael Joseph Ltd

Date published

June 7th, 2018

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 5.4; Upper years; 17.0 points

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  • 416 pages




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