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I started reading Eden Conquered on 12 5 2018 and finished it on 2 7 2019 Please ignore the date in this case because it has nothing to do with the book being good or bad I experience the worst reading slump ever This book is another great read Definitely a duology for those readers who don t like romance in their YA fantasy I do like to read slow burning romance so the little bit that this book offers is too little for me Both Princess Carys and Prince Andreus are among people who swore I started reading Eden Conquered on 12 5 2018 and finished it on 2 7 2019 Please ignore the date in this case because it has nothing to do with the book being good or bad I experience the worst reading slump ever This book is another great read Definitely a duology for those readers who don t like romance in their YA fantasy I do like to read slow burning romance so the little bit that this book offers is too little for me Both Princess Carys and Prince Andreus are among people who swore to protect them, yet some couldn t be trusted There are traitors among them and they are to find out who I like following their strategies to act normal while investigating the traitors as they each try to survive on their own.This book follows where Dividing Eden book 1 left off Dividing Eden left off at the part where the final task in the physical competition between Princess Carys and Prince Andreus ends The one left standing will take control of the throne Growing up, the twin siblings are very tight They keep each other s secrets and they defend each other Everything changed when the competition takes place Due to the sensitivity for her life, Princess Carys is leading life under the radar Book two is also told in two points of views, told in the third person Carys and Andreus, both seventeen years old Princess Carys is hunting for those that betrayed the late King and she could be in company with the enemy Those traveling with her are Lord Garrett, Lord Errik, and her commoner best friend Larkin Lord Errik is the late seer Imogen s cousin where his uncle considered himself as the rightful heir to the Throne of Light Lord Garrett has his own claim to the throne as well and he knows Carys secret Prince Andreus is in a jam of his own He is trying to find out who is out to assassinate him while doing his best to handle his new role.Dividing Eden is very well written and a fast paced read I like Princess Carys weapon of choice, stilettos and her gift with the wind is pretty cool The enemy s strategic plans are interesting to follow, especially how it formulates over a span of time I like when the siblings decide to work together to bring down the traitors and discuss of their strategies I like how Prince Andreus gets down on his hands and knees to do the work just because he enjoys it rather than let his royalty position stops him from being too important to do the manual labor The ending as clear as the story leads up, and I like the twist when it doesn t end that way.Pro fast paced, twins siblings, who to trust, friendship, traitors, strategies discussions, book coversCon rare romance, not a lot of humorI rate it 4 stars Disclaimer Many thanks to the author Joelle Charbonneau, publisher HarperTeen, and Edelweiss for the opportunity to read and review Please be assured that my opinions are honest.xoxo, Jasmine at www.howusefulitis.wordpress.com fordetails You can find the full review and all the fancy and or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight 2.5 I was super excited about this sequel, as I found myself a fan of Dividing Eden last year This one fell a bit short for me, but I was still glad I read it Let s break it down, shall we What I Liked Carys is awesome, and I kind of wanted to read all the chapters from her POV Andreus just irked me and I am well aware that he was supposed to and Carys and her adventures You can find the full review and all the fancy and or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight 2.5 I was super excited about this sequel, as I found myself a fan of Dividing Eden last year This one fell a bit short for me, but I was still glad I read it Let s break it down, shall we What I Liked Carys is awesome, and I kind of wanted to read all the chapters from her POV Andreus just irked me and I am well aware that he was supposed to and Carys and her adventures and her friends were definitely exciting to read about There were definitely twists I didn t see coming I liked that there was still so many things to discover about the characters, about the royal families, and even about Carys and Andreus s personalities I liked when Carys Company were on the run Not even sure why, but fleeing and hiding just appeals to me, and I liked that she had to basically play dead What I Didn t Andreus, why you so boring, my dude Seriously, this guy wonders why he s only got a few loyal subjects, and I may have a few ideas You tried to off your sister and you re about as exciting as paint drying, so But he did get one of my favorite characters on his side, so I guess there s that Speaking of Andreus, I could not keep all the random Elders straight in his POV chapters And normally I d just ignore them, but they were important to the outcome of the story But once you ve met one random, undeveloped old guy, you ve met them all or something The romance did not work for me I think in book one, I saw the romance going a certain way In book two, it went in another, and the character it focused on, well, I didn t really feel anything for him Basically, I felt the love interest was too underdeveloped for me to much care about him The pacing was kind of inconsistent It started off on the slower end, but by the end twenty different things were happening and I was kind of confused Bottom Line While I am glad to have some conclusion to the series, it just wasn t as strong as the first book in plot or character development Eden Conqueredby Joelle Charbonneau 4 out of 5 Stars The second and final installment of Dividing Eden duology I absolutely adored the first book that it became one of my favourite books of all time, unfortunately the second book was a bit disappointing but I liked it, just not as much as the first.The story is told in third person and alternates between the royal twins Princess Carys and King Andreus.So, as much as I love seeing closeness and understanding between siblings I also love seeing Eden Conqueredby Joelle Charbonneau 4 out of 5 Stars The second and final installment of Dividing Eden duology I absolutely adored the first book that it became one of my favourite books of all time, unfortunately the second book was a bit disappointing but I liked it, just not as much as the first.The story is told in third person and alternates between the royal twins Princess Carys and King Andreus.So, as much as I love seeing closeness and understanding between siblings I also love seeing rivalry between them but in Eden Conquered that wasn t the case, there was almost no rivalry between Andreus and Carys.What I liked Most importantly the plot twists, of course.Carys became so much stronger than she was in the previous book.Andreus became a whole person in this book, it was a bit unrealistic that he changed so much in this book but it was good to see that Both siblings characterazition developement was interesting in a good way.Larkin Carys best friend, who s a commoner She gave up on her whole future just to be on her friend s side on She was loyal and devoted to her princess.Carys wanting to learn how to control her powers and striving to knowabout her powers background.What I disliked Lord Garret teamed up with Carys in the end of book 1, however his scenes weren t as much, and he just vanished in the majority of the book and came back again in the last parts out of nowhere.An unanswered ending, maybe some people won t find the ending as cliffhanger but I did.The plot became a little too complicated from time to time.What was missing or what I wished to see The blooming relationship between Lord Errik and princess Carys, I would ve loved to know where their relationship heads, their romance was very brief.The parts where the monsters appeared were too little, the author should ve included them.A full conclusion on each character Basically I wanted to see a happily ever after 4 5Date Reviewed 11 August 2018This Review was first posted on Keep Reading Forward If you want to see , check out our other locations as well as here.Dividing Eden was that book that had a lot of mixed reviews and it was clear that it was also the type of book that you were going to like it or hate it There was no in between thoughts There was something that seemed interesting to me and I knew I had to read it However, I had to read with caution as I never really enjoyed stories that w 4 5Date Reviewed 11 August 2018This Review was first posted on Keep Reading Forward If you want to see , check out our other locations as well as here.Dividing Eden was that book that had a lot of mixed reviews and it was clear that it was also the type of book that you were going to like it or hate it There was no in between thoughts There was something that seemed interesting to me and I knew I had to read it However, I had to read with caution as I never really enjoyed stories that were heavily based on politics Since the story also dealt with fantasy, I thought it would be a good balance to give the story a shot In the end, I loved it This is exactly how it went for Eden Conquered.I knew that if I liked the Dividen Eden, I would like its sequel as well, but I was still wary of the politics on it Once again, the politics really didn t bother me as I focusedon the characters and what was going on It was another interesting read for me, and a fun one as well.I do have to admit that when I began the novel, I couldn t remember everything Even with information found in reviews and summaries, I found that the story also offered some summary as well I find it incredibly helpful when authors decide to do that because we all know we can t remember every detail with the big amount of different books we read As I continued through the story, I started to remember a few important details and I started to get way into the book again.As previously mentioned, the character to look out for is Carys and she stayed true to her character with her development in the second book She has progressed so much and definitely knows how to make an entrance that can stir everything up I wanted Carys to be crowned queen due to her development and some surprising twists Carys was by far the most interesting character in the story.The only difference between the two novels is the fact that the first book ispolitical and manipulation through events The second book dealsof a mystery and trying to defeat enemies Even through the differences, the overall story flowed smoothly and felt like it never changed It felt like the exactly same overall story.The ending, once again, was mixed in with a few twists that really know how to make an exciting ending, even with a conclusion I tried predicting the ending throughout the entire story as I was sure how it was going to end Instead, I was completely thrown off Sometimes, that is exactly what makes a good ending I am sad this is only a duology, but I do know that there is no need for a third book The series is just fine the way it is at two books ( Free Kindle ) ♶ Eden Conquered ⚕ The electrifying conclusion to the Dividing Eden series by the New York Times bestselling author of the Testing trilogy, Joelle CharbonneauThe Trials of Virtuous Succession have ended Prince Andreus is king and Princess Carys is deadBut even as he s haunted by what he did to win the throne, Andreus discovers that his dream of ruling only brings new problems The people love his twin even in death than they did when she was alive The Elders treat him as a figurehead And worst of all, the winds of Eden are faltering But despite what everyone believes, Carys is alive Exiled to the wilderness, Carys struggles to control the powers that have broken free inside her And as she grows stronger, so does her conviction that she must return to the Palace of Winds, face her twin and root out the treachery that began long before the first Trials started The Kingdom of Eden is growing darker with each passing day Brother and sister, former foes, must decide whether some betrayals cut too deep to be forgiven and whether one will wear the crown or both will lose everything This was slightly better than the first book but it s still just not interesting for me. Dude this was so boring I don t even know any DNF at 60%. . Source Edelweiss Publisher Genre Young Adult Fantasy Rating 3.5 4 Thoughts Eden Conquered is final installment of author Joelle Charbonneau s Dividing Eden duology Like the first installment, this story alternates between royal siblings Princess Carys and King Andreus Betrayed by everyone they believed to be allies, the siblings continue to fight to determine who will reign over the kingdom But now, one sibling has changed the game 6 days after the end of the Trial of Succession, Princ Source Edelweiss Publisher Genre Young Adult Fantasy Rating 3.5 4 Thoughts Eden Conquered is final installment of author Joelle Charbonneau s Dividing Eden duology Like the first installment, this story alternates between royal siblings Princess Carys and King Andreus Betrayed by everyone they believed to be allies, the siblings continue to fight to determine who will reign over the kingdom But now, one sibling has changed the game 6 days after the end of the Trial of Succession, Princess Carys is very much alive and on the run with Lord Errik, Lord Garret, and her best friend Larken Carys is on the hunt for answers and her destiny Full Review Gizmos Reviews Most would think that foolish After all, he was King p 211 And that s it, that s the whole book.No one Andreus I am King I am KING I AM KING Look, it wasn t bad It just wasn t amazing There could have been so muchdone with it I wanted to love even just one of the characters, and it just kind of fell flat I didn t love Carys, I didn t love Andreus, I didn t even love to hate the bad guys I can t even really picture the evil mountain creatures because they weren t really act Most would think that foolish After all, he was King p 211 And that s it, that s the whole book.No one Andreus I am King I am KING I AM KING Look, it wasn t bad It just wasn t amazing There could have been so muchdone with it I wanted to love even just one of the characters, and it just kind of fell flat I didn t love Carys, I didn t love Andreus, I didn t even love to hate the bad guys I can t even really picture the evil mountain creatures because they weren t really actually described, beyond their rusty screams A quick little duology if you are still really, really new to court intrigue who can you trust YA fantasy