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Review, Synopsis, and Summary of the Novel “Save the pearl: Revealing Eden’’

Save the Pearls: Revealing Eden written by an American Author Victoria Foyt presents the first novel in the ‘’Save the Pearls’’ series. The book revolves around the character of ‘’Eden’’ who is a white girl living in a Post-Apocalyptic dystopian society where the white-coloured skin is considered to be nothing but a curse.

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Author: Victoria Foyt

Genre: Post-Apocalyptic/ Science Fiction/ Dystopian Fiction

Pages: 320

Goodreads Rating: 2.00/5

My Rating: 5 of 10 

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Synopsis and Summary of the Dystopian Novel “Save the Pearl: Revealing Eden’’

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The world destroyed by the solar burst resulted in people compelled to live in an underground society to avoid the devastating heat that causes skin cancer. This underground society presents a racially discriminated social order where black-coloured people considered to comprise a better rate of survival than the white ones who are more prone to skin cancer. The black people received the name ”Coal” while the white people became known as ” Pearls”.

Eden is an eighteen-year-old white girl who works as a research assistant because of her father’s courtesy and importance to the secret assignment. Her boyfriend’s name is Jamal who she dreams about regularly. Later on, she will fall in love with a black man named Bramford who hired her father to work on an experiment of infusing humans with animal DNA to increase their chances of survival.

The political group who considered white people as the inferior class attacked Eden’s father and Bramford but all three of them managed to escape. In the meanwhile, Eden comes to know about the experiment and its subject who represented Bramford. Bramford takes them to a hidden village that was unaffected by the blast and where they could freely carry out their experiment. Later on, she discovered Bramford’s 1st marriage and his white son. The village got attacked by the same political party but they defeated the group and Eden made the infusion of Animal DNA in Bramford’s son.

Final Say on the Dystopian Series of the Novel “Save the Pearl: Revealing Eden’’

Save the Pearls: Revealing Eden is a labelled book, rightly labelled for the racism and discrimination it promotes. Joyt made several statements in the novel that endorse an approach that may sound racist and controversial. The plotting, unfortunately, becomes illogical and the dialogues seem weak. The term she decides upon to name the groups promotes prejudice and therefore denounced by various readers. I rated the book 5 out of 10.

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