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Crimson Dawn: A Dystopian Post Apocalyptic Novel (Exilon 5 Book 3) (Volume 3) Paperback – October 3, 2014
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Q - Are these books for me?
A - Do you enjoy stories that make you question our hand in society's downfall? Do you like immersing yourself in post-apocalyptic dystopian adventures that deal with the gritty truth about our future survival? Do you want to read about real characters who will keep you up long past your bedtime? Do you enjoy mysteries, thrillers and science fiction with heart? If you answered yes to any of these questions, I'd say these books are definitely for you.
Q - What if I don't really like science fiction?
A - You don't have to be a super fan of science fiction, just love people and the connections between them. The Exilon 5 series books are character driven and while my stories are certainly categorised as science fiction, they are down to earth and very relatable. Many readers who have loved my series have not been fans of dystopian science fiction thrillers, post-apocalyptic conspiracy or space opera type stories. But after reading my books they are more than willing to give new sci-fi stories a go. If you love TV shows like The Walking Dead,Game of Thrones or Marvel's Agents of Shield, you'll enjoy this series.
Q - Can I try something a little shorter to begin with?
A - Yes you can! You can get my psychological science fiction thriller story for free here: smarturl.it/y31fek
Q - I loved the first three books in the Exilon 5 series and want more. Will you be writing any more books?
A - The Exilon 5 books were originally written as a trilogy but when I finished Crimson Dawn, another story emerged that continues on eight years after the end of Crimson Dawn. Currently they are listed as a trilogy but I plan to release the fourth book in 2017, and the fifth and sixth book soon after. When that happens, the "trilogy" title will no longer be relevant and it will become the Exilon 5 series.
Q - What order should I read the books in?
A - It's better to read the books in this order: Echoes of Earth, New Origin, Becoming Human, Altered Reality, Crimson Dawn. While it is possible to read the books out of order, reading them in order will help you to understand who the characters are and the struggles they face.
Derailed Conscience is a standalone book and can be read at any time.
The Exilon 5 Series Order:
Echoes of Earth
(more coming in the series in 2017)
Derailed Conscience (stand alone at present. Sequel coming soon)
Q- Are you writing anything else?
A - Yes, a young adult sci-fi series, beginning with Feeder, available in November 2016. It's The Maze Runner meets The Hunger Games.
Thank you for reading this! I love hearing from my readers. Please get in touch with me anytime by visiting my website: elizagreenbooks.com
The Exilon 5 series has been featured on many of Amazon's bestseller lists:
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About the Author
Eliza Green tried her hand at fashion designing, massage, painting, and even ghost hunting, before finding her love of writing. She often wonders if her desire to change the ending of a particular glittery vampire story steered her in that direction (it did). After earning her degree in marketing, Eliza went on to work in everything but marketing, but swears she uses it in everyday life, or so she tells her bank manager.
Born and raised in Dublin, Ireland, she lives there with her sci-fi loving, evil genius best friend. When not working on her next amazing science fiction adventure, you can find her reading, indulging in new food at an amazing restaurant or simply singing along to something with a half decent beat.
For a complete list of books, http://www.elizagreenbooks.com/books
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The basis of the trilogy, was that Earth was dying, larger areas were becoming uninhabitable, there was severe overcrowding, oxygen masks had to be worn outside to breathe, as the air was so polluted. Technology was secretly developed and sometimes without consent, used to genetically modify humans to live in a different ecosystem on another planet. At the same time, their memories were modified so they thought they were native to the planet. Technology then enabled this same planet to be terraformed and made mores suitable for unmodified humans. This made the modified humans very expendable.
The government was controlled by businessmen who only looked to profit and to personal gain, while all were not hostile to the majority, they did not really concern themselves about them or let them make choices. The development of the new modified humans and their fight for survival and how the planet might be shared, made for fascinating reading. Not everyone would want to have the modifications and also, unless clean development standards were maintained, the new location would become as unlivable as the old. Also the planet could not hold everyone on Earth, so who would get to leave? With the advances in technology, there was hope that Earth itself could be saved, pollution could be dealt with, the air and water and lands cleaned, but the kind of leadership that would take did not seem apparent. There is much yet to explore.
I enjoyed the book, it was complex and the characters were richly defined, It was descriptive. I could "feel" what Earth had become. It is concerning that in the here and now, in some cities, air pollution is so bad that many people do wear masks (not oxygen masks yet). Scary.
As a whole, Eliza Green keeps up the intensity of her first two books in the Exilon 5 series. Which is perfect!
On a personal note, because the villain, Charles Deighton contacted and threatened me personally, I really hope Ms. Green does not believe in reincarnation. You know to what I'm referring, Eliza!
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A very good storyteller with a story that you hope will continue, needs a 4th, 5th, and a 6th in the series