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Crimson Dawn: A Dystopian Post Apocalyptic Novel (Exilon 5 Book 3) by [Green, Eliza]
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4.5 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
Book 3 of 4 in Exilon 5 (4 Book Series)

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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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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 342 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00N58S0ZG
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #51,613 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Only started reading the series as the first book was free but its a good enough read that got me to buy the rest of the series. The whole series is a good read and can help pass a few hours. In the cinematic world it would be a made for TV movie so if you don't mind those..enjoy.
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fairly good book but not one I would re read
fells more like a prelude to something but 3 books is too long to set the scene
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The colonization of the planet Exilon 5 by the World Government is now only a matter of time. But opinions differ largely on this matter. It's also not clear how to deal with the indigenous people of the planet. And although the Indigens face a possible destruction of their society, they are also struggling with different problems.

In general, this book is loaded with numerous conflicts. And that's what has made it well worth reading for me. I find it remarkable that the "good guys" are not only good in this book, and the "bad guys" are not 100% evil. Who is on which side is not entirely clear to the reader, not even for the characters involved. I can even comprehend the selfish motives of the über-evil guy, although I cannot approve of his means. From this perspective, the question arises, what actually constitutes being good or evil?

I think Eliza Green has created a sound conclusion to the Exilon 5 trilogy. The ending is satisfactory, although it's not one of the they-lived-happliy-ever-after kind. I appreciate this, because there's is no such thing in real life. Severe social problems can only be solved by finding compromises.
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After reading Becoming Human and Altered Reality, I was eagerly awaiting the final book in the trilogy and Crimson Dawn didn't disappoint. I think I will definitely read all three again as I had forgotten a few things from the first two - although that might have to wait until I get a holiday!
The main characters in each sub-plot are nicely handled and they come to life in your imagination, eliciting sympathy for the "good guys" and revulsion for the baddy.
Despite there being so many books on the subject of humankind's future, Eliza has produced a nice twist which, together with flair for story-telling, keeps the reader eager to find out what happens next. The trouble is that I now want her to write another book telling us what happens in the future, which I suppose is the secret of being a good author!
It's also very refreshing to read a self-published book that has been well edited and proofread. There is nothing more distracting than reading a book with obvious discrepancies in the plot and numerous spelling errors - I usually give up on them.
I thoroughly recommend this trilogy to anyone who loves good science fiction.
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The final installment in The Exilon 5 Trilogy. What a fabulous set, highly recommended scifi page turner - and it's not often you can say that!! Very refreshing read, thank-you Eliza. I'm now going to read them all back to back!
I thought this final installment was a bit short, however like the Jane Austin quote "but for my own part, if a book is well written, I always find it too short".
I look forward to more books from Eliza Green, definitely my new Favourite!
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A good conclusion to a very enjoyable trilogy. The conflict between 'new' and 'old' humans is well told with good characterisation and a strong story line. I find it interestingly topical that the 'good guys' and the 'almost bad guys' (and gals) are more shades of grey stemming from different points of view, whereas the downright evil ones are exactly that. Well worth reading.
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Loved all of this trilogy, well written, draws you in from the very first moment, the characters are real and its easy to imagine how they fit into this story of a future earth. The idea of humans genetically changing themselves is real and I have no doubt will happen one day mankind has no future otherwise.
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The story was well written and did develop the characters I have enjoyed the series, which is a near future style book so there are no big space battles with highly developed humans and aliens.
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