'Til the World Ends - Julie Kagawa,  Ann Aguirre,  Karen Duvall The review is only for Dawn of Eden.This is a prequel to the Blood of Eden series. It was a very good read. The story is not focused on the main characters of Kagawa's [b:The Immortal Rules|10215349|The Immortal Rules (Blood of Eden, #1)|Julie Kagawa|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1323357921s/10215349.jpg|15114912] but on a different set of characters - the predecessors of the Archer family. In [b:The Immortal Rules|10215349|The Immortal Rules (Blood of Eden, #1)|Julie Kagawa|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1323357921s/10215349.jpg|15114912] an important things happened when Zeke's group was at the Archer's. In this prequel Kanin appears for a short but important moment and that's the point where you understand the message of [b:Dawn of Eden|17732017|Dawn of Eden|Julie Kagawa|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1366756754s/17732017.jpg|24806485]. Although the story describes the start of the apocalypse with quite vivid horror scenes, it has a strong underlying message of hope. And Kagawa chooses to show us that love can be born even in the most awful circumstances. The romance between Ben and Kylie is very nice. Overall Kagawa gives a good view of how the horror of rabidism started. The story is exciting and scary with great action scenes and even a real good sex scene!