“A group of elusive alien savages on a new planet took my wife. But I have a job to do. That I must watch this species preventing a full population transfer from Earth leaves a nasty taste in my mouth and me lusting for revenge. But they're about to face their most dangerous enemy...”
Bill Taggart lost his wife and his last spark of happiness on humanity's new home. Now part of the team sent to monitor the indigenous aliens on Exilon 5, the investigator hopes to find a clue to explain her disappearance. But when official reports on the mysterious race clash with Bill's findings, he wonders just how many secrets the terraformed planet holds.
As tensions run high between Bill's team and the aliens, a woman hoping to transfer to Exilon 5 uncovers a dark government conspiracy. With time running out, she and Bill must team up to reveal the truth before humankind suffers devastating consequences.
With a new world falling apart around him, will Bill discover the terrifying secret about his missing wife and salvage humanity's last chance of survival?
Genesis Code is the first novel in the captivating dystopian sci-fi series GENESIS. If you like incredible world building, thrilling characters, and disturbing secrets, then you'll love Eliza Green's intricately woven, post-apocalyptic series.
Buy Genesis Code to travel to a brave new dystopian world today!
This book was previously published as Becoming Human.
GENESIS READING ORDER
Genesis #0 (Get this for free when you sign up to my newsletter at www.elizagreenbooks.com)
Genesis Code #1
Genesis Lie #2
Genesis War #3
Genesis Pact #4
Genesis Trade #5
Genesis Variant #6
STANDALONE SERIES (Sci-fi mystery)
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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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