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Reviewed by Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite
In ancient history, paradise was destroyed by man’s desire for more. Eve, the first woman of Hebrew and Christian tradition, ate forbidden fruit and subsequent generations sought to discover the secrets of God by building a huge tower to breach heaven. Eve: Pangea Book 1 by Jay Horne combines this world view with other pagan beliefs to demonstrate the need for a reunification of the lands of the planet as well as the people. Jesse, a wealthy world traveler trying enjoy life before memory loss grounds him, meets Evelyn and their connection is immediate. With the discovery of an ancient set of jewelry in an antique shop, their destiny is sealed. After taking some time alone to handle important business, Evelyn and Jesse have promised to meet in Africa, at the home of Eve’s tribe, the Oxychana, who guard an important secret. The question is whether Evelyn and Jesse will become free from their worldly issues to fulfill a prophecy meant to reunite the world in peace.
Jay Horn has done a masterful job of looking at a number of belief systems to distill a possible solution for the troubles besetting the world today. His answer is to recreate Pangea, the solid landmass on earth where all mankind spoke one language and everyone co-existed in peace. Imagery is strong, characters are unique and the action draws you deeper and deeper into the final solution. Eve: Pangea Book 1 provides a thought-provoking look at the larger question of existence and how people fit into the master plan of the universal creator. A very interesting story and concept.