Book Genre: Science Fiction, Thriller, Suspense, Dystopian
Goodreads Profile: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6859728.Eliza_Green
Amazon Author Profile: https://www.amazon.com/Eliza-Green/e/B00AOJRHH6
An Irish ghost hunter turned fashion designer who lives with her evil genius best friend turns to writing after desiring a better ending for one of her favourite book series, with highly successful results. It may sound like a somewhat odd elevator pitch for a new manuscript, but in reality it is just a one of a many ways to describe sci-fi/dystopian author Eliza Green.
Hailing from Dublin, Eliza Green’s debut novel Becoming Human, part 5 of the Exilon 5 Series, sets up a futuristic series based on the competing needs of the overpopulated Earth humans and the indigenous inhabitants of a new world, Exilon 5. With the series still ongoing, Green has added a couple of prequels as well as branched out into the thriller genre with her 2015 release of Derailed Conscience. She will be adding a part 2 to the latter story in 2018.
Greens latest novel, Feeder, asks similar questions to the Exilon 5 series, but with a far closer focus. The theme of responding to difficult choices resonates throughout her work, whether exploring a new planet, working through the levels of Arcis, or in the terrifying confines of the protagonist’s own head, Greens holds all accountable for their decisions.
With a novel a year slated for release between 2017 and 2019, continuing on from both the Feeder series and Exilon 5 series, the future is exciting for Eliza Green fans, as well as being a great time to start reading her work.
Eliza Green's Books In Order
Exilon 5 series
I’m Eliza Green. Born and raised in Dublin, Ireland. I’ve spent many years working in a variety of jobs including fashion retail, an investment company and a sports funding organisation. During that same time I studied fashion design, completed a five-year marketing degree and studied massage therapy. Since I’m now writing, it’s safe to say that […]
Guest article by Eliza Green. I love writing but I never knew it was in me to write. In 2009, I read a book that didn’t go in a direction I expected it to and it irritated me enough that I penned my own story. The first draft took me a few weeks to get […]