I wait for my heart to slow and then I begin the game of ‘what ifs’ and ‘if onlys’. What if I could turn back time? Would Eden still stand? Would Bea still be alive?’

After her cousin Bea is killed in a house fire, Evie returns to her childhood home of Eden, full of guilt for what might have been. She is not the only one seeking redemption. Bea’s boyfriend, Penn, arrives in Cornwall, desperate to atone for a terrible mistake. And as Penn and Evie’s feelings for each other intensify, Evie slowly unravels the dark truth behind Bea’s tragic death.


‘Amazing. Unexpected, powerful… just wow.’
(Cathy Cassidy)

‘Lyrical, evocative, tense and utterly un-putdownable, Eden is a modern day Rebecca. One of the best books I have read in years.’ 
(Catherine Bruton, author of We Can Be Heroes and I Predict a Riot)

‘Thrilling, compulsive, beautifully written and powerful in its evocation of a person, and a place… and a friendship gone wrong… a gripping story that will haunt the reader for a long time after the last page is turned.’
(Julia Green, author of Breathing UnderwaterBlue Moon and Hunter’s Heart)

[Eden has] undertones of Rebecca… grief, guilt and gorgeous narrative voice make this a memorable psychological suspense novel’ (New Statesman)

‘Breathtaking – one of the finest pieces of young adult writing I’ve ever come across.’ (Anthony McGowan)

‘Heart-stopping, unsettling and utterly beautiful.’ (Liz Bankes)

‘It’s the combination of skilful writing, acute intelligence and empathy for the agonies and issues of being an adolescent that makes Nadin’s books so popular with teenage girls.’ (Daily Mail)

The emotional intensity of teenage love, desire and insecurity is brilliantly portrayed and Nadin’s control of the unfolding, tense mystery is flawless.’ (Daily Mail)

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