Book Ranking: The “Children Of Eden” Trilogy by Joey Graceffa

Covers of "Children Of Eden, "Elites Of Eden" and "Rebels Of Eden" by Joey Graceffa
Covers of “Children Of Eden, “Elites Of Eden” and “Rebels Of Eden” by Joey Graceffa

I’m back with another Book Rankings post, and this time I’m ranking all three books in the “Children Of Eden” trilogy written by Joey Graceffa! I remember enjoying my time reading all three of these books, and the scores I gave them when reviewing them reflected that. Not a single book in this trilogy was terrible, which usually doesn’t happen when I read a trilogy most of the time.

My official rankings for each book in this trilogy are the following:

3. “Rebels of Eden” (3.75 out of 5 stars)

Cover of "Rebels Of Eden" by Joey Graceffa.
Cover of “Rebels Of Eden” by Joey Graceffa.

“Rebels Of Eden” was the weakest book in this trilogy, but the worldbuilding was still fairly strong compared to the other two books. What mainly bogged down the score of this book was the last-minute romance between Angel/Pearl and Ash, a couple of plotholes, and how the ‘heart’ of the EcoPan was set up in the book. However, it was still fun to read, and a decent conclusion to this trilogy.

2. “Children Of Eden” (4 out of 5 stars)

Cover of "Children Of Eden" by Joey Graceffa.
Cover of “Children Of Eden” by Joey Graceffa.

“Children Of Eden” was the first book in this trilogy, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it for both the intense worldbuilding and the various plot twists. I loved reading Rowan and her relationship with her brother Ash, but I felt that the romance development for Lark and Lachlan was a little underwhelming and could be further developed. Thankfully, “Elites Of Eden” improved on this aspect.

1. “Elites Of Eden” (4.25 out of 5 stars)

Cover of "Elites Of Eden" by Joey Graceffa.
Cover of “Elites Of Eden” by Joey Graceffa.

“Elites Of Eden” was the second book, but it was the best book. I really enjoyed the plot twist in this book. Additionally, the worldbuilding, much like the other two books on this list, was fairly strong overall. I also felt that the plotline and character development felt the most consistent in this book, out of all three books, and this was a major reason I ranked it as the best one.

 

Those are all of my book rankings for the “Children Of Eden” trilogy! Do you agree with these rankings? How would you rank these books, if you have read them? Let me know in the comments below!


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