Eve of Man is the joint exploit of husband and wife, Giovanna and Tom Fletcher, and follows the story of 16-year-old Eve who's fertility is humanity's last hope and Bram who's spent his whole life disguised as her female best friend using technology.
It's a young adult book, so inevitably they fall in love. The book's dual narrative works well, especially considering they're written by two different people so their voices are distinct. They're also likeable but as with some dystopias, the pace can be a little frustrating because you're willing the characters to take action. All in all, it was a decent addition to the genre but there is better out there.
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