Synopses & Reviews
Will Besting and the other teens whose phobias were "cured" at Fort Eden have been summoned back by Mrs. Goring. Her dying wish is to see them together one last time. Or is it?
Ensnared in a dangerous, ever-deepening mystery, Will must lead his friends through a perilous underground trap masterminded by two devious souls at war with each other. It's a game of cat and mouse, and not everyone will be alive when it's over. Can Will outwit both Rainsford and Goring, ending their reign of fear forever?
Patrick Carman'sDark Eden: Eve of Destruction offers a harrowing journey into the depths of fear, love, revenge, and—ultimately—redemption.
“Readers seeking nonstop plotting will eat this up and revel in the twists and turns of newly exposed facts about the evil director of Eden.” ALA Booklist
In Dark Eden: Eve of Destruction, the thrilling sequel to New York Times bestselling author Patrick Carman's Dark Eden, the seven teens who were "cured" by Rainsford reunite to find relief from their ailments...and realize they may have the power to stop Rainsford's ghoulish reign once and for all.
Ensnared in a dangerous and ever-deepening mystery, Will Besting must lead his friends through a perilous underground trap masterminded by two devious souls at war with one another. It's a game of cat-and-mouse, and not everyone will be alive when it's over.
Dark Eden: Eve of Destruction is a harrowing journey into the depths of fear, love, revenge, and--ultimately--redemption.
About the Author
Patrick Carman is the New York Times bestselling author of such acclaimed series as the Land of Elyon and Atherton, the teen superhero novel Thirteen Days to Midnight, and the first two books in the Pulse series. A multimedia pioneer, Patrick authored The Black Circle, the fifth title in the 39 Clues series, and the groundbreaking Dark Eden, Skeleton Creek, and Trackers books. An enthusiastic reading advocate, Patrick has visited more than one thousand schools, developed village library projects in Central America, and created author outreach programs for communities. He lives in Walla Walla, Washington, with his family.