A single decision has the power to unravel making. Created, not born. The world’s first woman, without flaw until one fateful choice. Now all humanity must pay for the mistake. From paradise to exile, from immortality to the death of Adam, experience the dawn of mankind through the eyes of Eve – the first woman known as Havah.
I had been wanting to read Havah: The Story of Eve for a while and at first when I started the novel, I was a little puzzled. Though as I progressed further into the novel, I found it captivating, Tosca Lee’s unique writing technique is wonderful. She wrote in interesting possibilities about the first couple’s time in
. Not to mention it had never dawned on me that realizing the destruction of Eden would cause sudden panic Adam and Havah had never would have experienced. For me it is natural for me to fear, I’ve known nothing else, but to be without flaw and living in perfect harmony, paradise, there would be no fear. That scene is only one out of many thought provoking aspects Tosca brought out for the readers. She also used the Hebrew names, which was a nice touch. Havah: The Story of Eve is outstanding and so is Tosca. She is definitely on my favorite authors list after reading this. Eden