In the beginning ...
There was the Serpent, there for Eve's awakening, and for all the days since. Teacher, mentor, companion, friend, and more. There was God. The Creator. Quick to anger. Dangerous. Majestic.
There was Adam: as God said, a joy to behold.
And there was Eve.
These four hold the future in their hands. And only Eve -- or perhaps the Serpent, too -- wonders what lies outside the Garden of Eden. Passionate, witty, beautifully drawn, and utterly unforgettable, The Garden, a debut novel, remakes and offers insights into a story that forms a cornerstone of our understanding.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - FeegleFan - LibraryThing
In response to the review written by member "futcherfinder": I believe the author was simply expressing a different viewpoint on the personality of God. Although I see where you're coming from, to ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - phoebesmum - LibraryThing
An interesting idea - the Garden of Eden from Eve's point of view (and the serpent's not such a bad guy after all), but so badly written I could weep. Read full review
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A Storm in the Garden
A New Kind of Life
A Plain Old Apple Tree
The Tree of the Knowledge
The Meaning of Evil
To the South
To the North
To the Sea
The Eagles Eye
The Serpents Bowl
The Meaning of Death
The Serpent Is Troubled
The Last Day