Seeking Eden: Reviews

“I slipped into the world of Seeking Eden effortlessly, desperate to discover how the lives of the residentsof Eden Hill would pan out.”
Kelly Florentia – Author

“I thoroughly enjoyed Seeking Eden and found the storyline intriguing and fun, with a hint of humour and naughtiness.”
Lisa – Amazon reader

“I absolutely loved this book! Good strong, interesting characters and storyline. Very well written, kept me gripped from beginning to end – highly recommend.”
Laura – Amazon reader

“From the moment it was delivered I couldn’t put it down. The characters are so real. I loved every bit of it.”
Mrs. G. Moore

“I started reading it on the plane to our holiday but couldn’t put it down and finished it in two days.”
Mrs Stephanie Chapman

“Seeking Eden was such a joy to read. I flew through the pages.”
Jo Worgan – Author & Book blogger

“A great debut novel, a real page turner. The characters are well observed and the plot unfolds beautifully.
The author is comfortable writing from both a male and female perspective.”
Huw Roberts

“Beverley Harvey is exceptionally good when reckoning with the vicissitudes of the human heart. The principal characters are allowed to be both deep and shallow, vain and selfless, mean and forgiving, trivial and wise. As such, they rise from the page as believable and sympathetic, as people who could be any one of us.”
Mark Mayes – Author

“Witty. Entertaining. Enjoyable. Beverley Harvey spins a very clever yarn in Seeking Eden, picking out its characters’ traits with huge wit and all the while making us feel whole-heartedly invested in their stories. Suffice to say this is a very entertaining read!”
Ronnie Turner – Author & Book blogger

“A real page turner, the twists and turns of the plot will keep you up long into the night. The ups and downs of life in Eden Hill will resonate closely as Beverley’s observation of life in the domestic suburbs is spot on. The characters are well described and you quickly become wrapped up in their lives, wondering how it is all going to turn out. A clever and at times dark tale of modern life.”