Eden Conquered (Dividing Eden, #2) by Joelle Charbonneau

Eden Conquered (Dividing Eden, #2)

The electrifying conclusion to the Dividing Eden series by the New York Times bestselling author of the Testing trilogy, Joelle Charbonneau..The Trials of Virtuous Succession have ended. Prince Andreus is king—and Princess Carys is dead.But 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 more in death than they did when she was alive. The...

Details Eden Conquered (Dividing Eden, #2)

TitleEden Conquered (Dividing Eden, #2)
Release DateJun 5th, 2018
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, Young Adult Fantasy

Reviews Eden Conquered (Dividing Eden, #2)

  • Kayla
    This was slightly better than the first book but it's still just not interesting for me.
  • Joshua Gabriel (조수아)
  • Nikki (Book Allure)
    Dude this was so boring I don’t even know anymore. DNF at 60%.
  • Shannon (It Starts At Midnight)
    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...
  • Clephiro
    Eden Conquered is the sequel to Dividing Eden and the final book in the duology. Similarly to the first book, the book is told through the viewpoints of the two royal twins - Andreus and Carys. While I feel that overall, the writing of this book was stronger than the previous book, a big problem I had with this book was the pacing. It started out well enough, but about 1/3 of the way into the book, the book just starts doing twist after twist, th...
  • Shelley
    3.5-4 I definitely don't agree with the ending but what do I know?
  • Jennifer
    Eden Conquered is the conclusion to the Dividing Eden duology. These books are YA fantasy. You must have read Dividing Eden before reading this book.This book picks up right where the first book left off. Eden Conquered has two 3rd person narrators (Andreus and Carys).Both POVs were interesting. And the story kept my interest. I enjoyed learning about Carys' powers and I liked seeing Andreus try to figure things out. However, I would have liked m...
  • Kristy
    3.5 stars, rounded up for now. I'm really on the fence about rating both books. It's not Charbonneau's best writing (I've loved her other books). The pacing felt really slow in this one. And the story bears some similarities to a couple of other popular fantasy books.
  • Andge (Down the Rabbit Hole)
    Blog | Twitter**Eden Conquered comes out June 5, 2018**Thank you Edelweiss and HarperCollins for this copy in exchange for an honest reviewA princess on the run. Unknown assailants and spies lurking in the shadows of the court. Who to trust? And who will save Eden?This sequel to Dividing Eden in ways did it justice, but likewise could have been better. Carys is terrified of the power she's uncovered within her. Andreus wants to prove himself as k...
  • Elisha
    EDEN CONQUERED by Joelle Charbonneau is the second book in a duology about royal twins competing for the throne. When their father and brother are ruthlessly killed, both Carys and Andreus are thrust into the Trials of Virtuous Succession by the scheming Elders. This second book begins with Carys regrouping in the wilderness and learning to control her newly discovered power. However, she can’t hide out forever if she wants to save Eden and all...
  • Teenage Reads
    Plot:Even though he was king, Andreus never felt more like a prince. He won the Trials of Virtuous Succession, lose the love of his life, Imogen, and his twin, Carys, in the process, and felt their deaths heavily on his heart. Once on the throne, problems in the kingdom started to arise. The lack of wind causes the lights to flicker, and with the colder months upon them, the Xhelozi are ready to attack any person left in the dark. When a hooded f...
  • Di
    ** I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. **I read and reviewed the first book in this series, Dividing Eden and while I didn't love it I was excited for this, the sequel and final book in the duology. While in a lot of aspects there was improvement (e.g. the world building became clearer and easier to understand) I was still left somewhat disappointed with this series. I felt like the...
  • Amy
    Many thanks to EdelweissPlus and the publisher for an eARC of this for review. All opinions are my own.For this sequel, Charbonneau turned up the volume and the intensity, creating a fast-paced story full of mystery, intrigue, and surprises. Andreus has been crowned King and Carys, his twin, is dead. Only she's not, and he's barely hanging on to the crown. The chapters switch back and forth from his perspective to hers, and each ends with a mini-...
  • Brianna Peterson
    I received an e-ARC in exchange for my honest opinion of this book.Eden Conquered is the sequel to Dividing Eden and the final installment in the series. Carys and Andreus are still fighting to determine who will be the one ruler of Eden, but the twins don’t know who to trust anymore.Without spoiling the end of the first book, Dividing Eden, Carys is trying to learn more about herself and her discovery at the end of the first book. She is a mor...
  • Erin
    I received a copy of this book in exchange of an honest review. I was so excited to get to this book after the first one ended. I definetely think these books aren't talked about enough and this one lived up to my expectations. Carys is dead and Andreus has become king. Andreus learns about many betrayals and regrets leaving his sister to die. Carys learns more about herself and why her mother made her drink her the tonic. The kingdom is threaten...
  • Celia Daughter)
    Ok, so I have to be honest, the first book didn't really hook me, but I decided to try out the second in hopes in redemption. As with the first, it was a bit slow, but I did find myself invested in the characters. Once it got going I found myself not being able to put it down. Full review will come closer to publication.
  • Natasha
    Since I really loved the first book, I was taken aback by this one. The ending seemed open-ended for me and I was hoping for some closure for Carys although a lot of the twists were explained. A bit slow in the beginning and with three guys surrounding our dear heroine can be a bit of a headache to read.
  • Kayla Asher
    didnt REALLY read it. i didnt like the first book enough to really read this one, but i skimmed it.its a satisfying ending i guess. its what what supposed to happen. the sizes between 1-2 are really different though. very odd. they should have just tacked this little thing onto book one and made it large.
  • Sarai Henderson
    This amazing sequel to one of my favorite books so far this year has blown me away. I loved the first book when we started to know the twins Andreus and Carys and their plight that tore them apart. In this second installment, we find out just how far their love as siblings will go. Can they withstand the lies that have shaped their world, or will they be able to break through the walls of power and find that the only people they can trust are eac...
  • Darryn
    I received a digital copy of this book from Edelweiss for an honest review.I really loved the first book of this series but I was a bit disappointed by the conclusion of it. The story wasn't as interesting. The character interactions between Andreus and Carys was just kinda of boring, considering Andreus thought Carys to be dead. I think I just wanted more throughout the whole book, more drama, more intrigue, more story, and more character develo...
  • Melissa
    In the virtues of succession Andreus betrayed Carys when she made every sacrifice for him. Now it’s his turn to make sacrifices for her.After princess Carys faked her own death and gave to throne to prince Andreus, she must learn to gain control of the power inside her to save Eden. After the betrayal of her twin brother Carys struggles to trust those who have pledged to help her when she needs it most. As much as she doesn’t want to admit it...