Get the entire Eden story. From Doug Winchcombe’s initial, accidental, discovery of an unspoiled planet to the final severance two centuries later.
The Eden series was written as three separate books. Each has its only flavour and its own idiosyncrasies. Had it been written as one story, it would probably be more homogenous, perhaps a little smoother and easier to digest. But are books meant to be easy to digest?
Eden starts out as a story about one very introverted man, Doug Winchcombe, and grows bigger and bigger. It has numerous points of view, creating a whole world with a multitude of characters.
Eden Unplugged is a less cohesive story and is more like a series of intertwined stories. While Eden covers the first three years on a new planet, Unplugged explores how their society grows and develops.
Fast forward two hundred years and Escape to Eden explores how the two planets prepare for reconnection after a long time apart. In this book, Earth is cast as the evil twin while Eden plays the role of the plucky, but naive, hero. This is the most traditionally structured of the three stories almost completely told by only two narrators: history professor Nathan Hawke and sixteen-year-old schoolgirl, Tennessee Sweetwater.
There will be no fourth book in this trilogy.