Altered Reality

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Being different is accepted. Being special could get you killed.

Stephen is haunted by a series of disturbing dreams.
Anton is trapped in a medical facility on Earth.
Bill Taggart is searching for Anton.
What Bill discovers forces him to change course.
He must warn the Indigenes.

Book 2 in the Exilon 5 series. More

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About Eliza Green

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.

Becoming Human, Altered Reality and Crimson Dawn make up the Exilon 5 series so far. Derailed Conscience is her interesting foray into psychological thrillers with a sci fi twist.

Coming November 2016: Feeder, book one in the Feeder series. Brand new young adult sci-fi.

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Review by: Thomas G. Fairbairn on Feb. 07, 2015 :
Here's an unapologetic endorsement! Having just finished the first - Becoming Human - in this trilogy, I can't wait to enter and get lost in Eliza Green's icredibly hopeful projections for human survival. Not one to seek, download, or buy from the cloudy Ethernet, I jumped in blindly to find out what would happen to Anton, to Stephen (Is Isla still alive?) . . . to me! It took some doing (buying an iPAD, discerning subtleties between Kindle and iBooks), but when I commit, I commit! Go Eliza!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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