Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Aoife Marie Sheridan has loved reading from a very young age, starting off with mills and boon books given to by her. Summary. Sarajane Anderson is your regular twenty-one year old with family, friends and a normal job. She also happens to be the only person. Eden Forest Book One of the Saskia Trilogy Aoife Marie Sheridan Four banished Angels, A world created by the hands of God, A Kingdom on its knees, A secret.

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Though it is told through three different views, Sarajane is the focal character. I read it in about two days. The competition starts the 1st of March voting is open to public so by all means come along and Judge a book by its cover.

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Trivia About Eden Forest Sask I received this book from the author in exchange for my honest review. I do think a lot of people will enjoy it, because despise Sarajane stubbornness, and the a little rush of the romance, the story was really good: I will start saying I absolutely loved this book. The other romance is between Sarajane and a guardian named Tristan. I highly recommend this book! The story was great and something different which I liked and lets not even get me started about all of the underlying love stories going on lol.

I kept that in mind while reading this book. Could relate to them especially Sarajane. On this journey Sarajane discovers her magical abilities and realizes they come with a price.

Foerst you imagining watching your parents being decapitated right in front of you, at only 5 years of age?? No trivia or quizzes yet.

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I really liked Sarajane as a character. Ok I wasn’t for sure if I was going to like this at first the prologue was long and at first i thought I was actually reading the story which in turns it did help out it explained a lot of what was happening before Sarajean that leads up to her character.


Next we jump to Sarajane.

Not usually a fan of female authors, but this girl knows what she is doing. Her character was the best in this book, she even so realistic at times that it was scary.

I strongly recommend this book for those interested in fantasy and paranormal books and even those who have a special place in their heart for Ireland like I do It is so pretty and striking with the face and leaves that I knew I wanted to read the book. I truly sheidan Aoife Sheridan’s Eden Forest and can hardly wait for the next two parts, which I expect will have foresy details about the elemental affinities and focus more on characters briefly mentioned or introduced like Carew.

Check out my other reviews at The Edible Bookshelf Everyone also knows she came from a “different world” so she can always use the “hey this is how I was raised and how it is where I come from excuse; at least initially.

I’d also like to learn more about the different societies in Saskia loo I found the world of Saskia enchanting. I felt she accepted this change quite easily, I would have liked a little more angst? As she journeys through this new world she discovers her own magical powers and finds that they come with a price.

Perhaps now that her world is so magically staged, and the action is ramping up, Ms. Refresh and try again. The story keeps moving, and it definitely creates pictures in your mind. She did want she believed was right, she was true to herself. Sheridan did a great job of setting up the backstories of her characters and making sure the readers cared about what happened to them.

I didn’t really like how Sarajane just somehow accepted that she’s a princess.

While the story at times changes characters and places the reader is never left wonder what is happening when because each change is done in a way that moves well from character to character. OUCH my head hurts i give up, she was a good villain. Eden Forest amazed me, especially that my own daughter wrote it. It was very interesting to see these two be reunited and see the changes in each one. Strict class systems are only part of the problem.


Aoife won first place for two of her poems and had them published at a young age of just nineteen. Whereas Sarajane is caring, believable, down to earth, intelligent and understanding, her mother, Marta, is unmotherly-like, as opposed to what we have seen in the first chapter. I highly recommend this to one and all! But the cover is edsn a good indication to what the story is about. I think the second one comes out June I have to admit qoife favourite person in this book is sarajane, I love how honest she is, the emotions she’s feels, there non of this instant omg I’m accepting I’m immortal and have elemental power’s.

Well I was right. Oh Marta, I felt instantly for this woman! Sarajane can’t stand him, which is perfectly reasonable. I truly enjoyed Aoife Sheridan’s Eden Forest and can hardly wait for the next two parts, which I expect will have more details about the elemental affinities and focus more on characters briefly mentioned or introduced like Carew.

Eden Forest is the first book in a trilogy which I love because I can’t wait to find out what happens next in Sarajane’s journey. So much can be developed with fiction, but without characters you enjoy, the story never blossoms. The plot was good, with the right amount of tension and forward momentum, some good romance was stuck in there. I have to say Marta was dead on with her predictions of sarajane and Tristan. It was amazing, and was written so well, I felt I was in this world.

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They have such nice ‘breather’ moments in the heavy story line. He gave each of them an element. You cannot put the book down and you feel the need finish the novella and skip work and sleep in the process.