Publisher Description

*NEW EDITION 2020* First an alien species emerged from the shadows. Then his wife disappeared...

Bill Taggart is done following the rules. After losing his wife and last shred of happiness on humanity’s new utopia, the jaded investigator focuses on the hostile alien race living there. Sent to observe them before a population transfer from a ravaged Earth, Bill hopes to find a clue to explain his wife’s disappearance. But when his study of the non-aggressive natives clashes with official reports, Bill worries there might be more to this relocation.

Laura O’Halloran hates to deviate from the rule book. But when she uncovers a sinister government conspiracy involving the aliens and Bill Taggart’s wife, she knows she can’t stay silent. The truth not only puts the entire transfer plan at risk but the investigator’s life, too.

As two worlds plunge deeper into chaos, only the truth will stop the government from setting its horrifying plans into motion.

Genesis Code is the first novel in this dystopian society thriller. If you enjoy incredible world building, complex characters, and disturbing secrets, then you'll love Eliza Green's intricately woven future dystopian science fiction series.

*This edition contains brand new scenes and an overhaul of the content.

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
March 11
Eliza Green Books
Eliza Green

Customer Reviews

Mongrel2014 ,

awesome book

I found this world fascinating with wonderful characters and a well-developed story. I am looking forward to the next book in the series.

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7mamafoofoo3 ,

Great story

Earth is practically destroyed so humans looked elsewhere to live. Exilon five is that place. Indigenes live there. When Bill goes there he learns why his wife was killed. Great fighting between the good and bad guys in this book. Very interesting characters and a very intriguing story. Look forward to the next installment to continue.

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