After Eden was written with the story of Adam and Eve, the world’s very first “love story”, in mind. It tackles serious relationship issues like trust, morals, and sexual intimacy, and also re-introduces the concept of friendship.
The character couplings depict the various ways in which society views relationships. Jon & Celine represent the romantics. Greg & Lea represent the cynical and jaded. Mike & Cathy represent the childlike.
The setting is intentionally vague. It has no nationality. Love, after all, is universal.
Ultimately, After Eden can be summed up in these words: “For every two people who fall in love, Adam and Eve are reborn.”
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After Eden (out of print)
• 254 pages
• 3 full-color pin-ups
• one-shot special
• for mature readers
Published by Anino Books, an imprint of Adarna House in 2003