Eve by Anna Carey is definitely for anyone who enjoys reading dystopian books. I certainly found it an intense tale.
In Eve, it's the year 2032, the world is struggling to survive after a deadly virus and its vaccine have nearly decimated the entire world. In this new world repopulating is of the utmost importance. As a result, women and men are segregated, particularly young girls. Eve, an orphan of the virus, is about to graduate from her School, which is only for girls. But, she discovers a horrible secret that changes the course of her life.
Now, Eve has must leave her home in order to escape an unspeakable fate. This journey is tricky and brings her face to face with danger, boys! One in particular is a concern to Eve. Caleb seems to be a bit different than the boys Eve has been taught to fear. Will she trust him to help her evade her fate, or should she trust what she has known her whole life?
The series continues in Once and Rise. Both of these promise to be just as intriguing as the first.