Eternal Darkness

Eternal Darkness

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(5 customer reviews)

The world is divided between humans and cyborgs. Scarlet Lock is neither. She is a soldier created to kill on command. But her memory has been erased and when she awakens in a government facility she soon discovers that this new world is a dangerous place, full of government secrets and cruel experiments performed in the name of progress. With the help of a group of cyborgs, Scarlet will fight to uncover the truth and transform the future of the new world she now lives in. Eternal Darkness is full of suspense, action and romance and will make readers question what it means to be human.

 

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Scarlet Lock is seventeen years old and has just woken up in a government facility unsure of where she is. After she escapes, she encounters a group of cyborgs that will help her discover why she has lost her memory of the past 20 years. She will soon discover that the world she once knew is no longer the same. The government has full control of its citizens, and the population has been divided between humans and cyborgs. Scarlet soon discovers that she doesn’t quite fit in to any category.

With the help of her new friends, she will have to fight to uncover the truth that has been taken from her in order to save her future. But not everything is as simple as it seems, and some questions might be best left unanswered. In this story full of suspense, action and romance, readers will question what it means to be human.

5 reviews for Eternal Darkness

  1. thegirlwhoreadssbooks

    I usually don’t like this kind of books, about robots and sci-fiction, but I’ve to say that this book was a huge surprised!
    I already read “These Broken Stars” and “Cinder”, and I didn’t like these two books, so I was a little afraid that I would ended up not liking “Eternal Darkness” either.. But guess what? I LOVED IT. I’ll be brave (because some of you may want to kill me, after what I’m about to say haha), but I consider this book better than “Cinder” and “These Broken Stars”! If you like sci-fiction, if you liked the Lunar Chronicles or “These Broken Stars”, I totally recommend you all this amazing book! If you have the same opinion as me about this genre or these two books I mentioned before, than you should read this book, either!

  2. Sreepurna Datta

    If you like cyborg stories, THIS IS YOUR BOOK. If you like dystopian novels, THIS IS ALSO YOUR BOOK. If you have never read sci-fi/ cyborg / dystopia, and you want to try one, yes, READ THIS BOOK ALREADY.

  3. Alyssa Janine Busia

    This novel just makes me like anything that has something to do with robots! The plot is amazing, and I can’t still grasp why it ended soon with my craving for more. All I know is that this book just became one of my great reads this new year.

    The plot was really good, and I can see it happening in the future – the chance of changing the human’s body parts into some robotic parts and it was not impossible because of the new innovations today and the fast advances in medical technology.

    The way it was written was wonderful. I love how the author writes it. The way she describes the scene was great, and sometimes I find myself reading it silently in a sing-song manner and savoring each word.

  4. Amy

    I LOVED EVERY SECOND OF IT!
    I fell in love with the characters, as soon as I met each one!
    Honestly, the story just gets better and better as you read!
    The ending killed me, because of the way it ended, But I won’t say, because spoilers ;). I really need the second book NOW! But, overall, AMAZING. Would recommend to anyone!

  5. Jesseruth

    This gorgeous cover completely captures the vibe of this enchanting tale. There is tons of action and even some romance. This book is perfect for fans of scifi/fantasy and I highly recommend it!

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