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New Origin: A Dystopian Post Apocalyptic Novel (Prequel to the Exilon 5 Series Book 2) by [Green, Eliza]
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I enjoyed reading this, It was a good prequel to the Exilon 5 series which I have read and thoroughly enjoyed and it shows the initial story of the Indigenes ( who were sent genetically modified) to that planet. Its a worthwhile book in the series ( you may wish to get the boxset as the two stories New Origin and Echoes of Earth are related prequels) Overall well written and easy to read.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review
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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars 17 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Great stand-alone story. Also a nice bit of back story for those who read the Exilon 5 series. 4 July 2016
By Kat - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Great stand-alone story. Also a nice bit of back story for those who read the Exilon 5 series. If you've already read the series, this is a fantastic "fleshing out" of Stephan and Anton. The author does an excellent job developing both characters, but it's always a little sad when you reach the end of a really good trilogy. The reader wishes it wasn't over and wants more. "New Origin" is a bit better than just "more." If you haven't read the series, this is a nice place to start. Again, the story does stand on its own, but I predict you will be intrigued and end up ordering the trilogy. Highly recommended.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WOW. PLEASE DON'T STOP WRITING 18 May 2016
By Betty55 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I always wanted to know how it all began and this gave me what I needed and wanted. I would advise you read the other books to get the full understanding, however this explains so much it could stand alone. But be warned it will make you get ALL the rest. Sent to fight a war against the so called aliens, Isla finds herself as a go between and a willing negotiator for them. It's a short story, yet well written. It follows the plot and had me rereading the original books again. The members are like old friends I want to keep up with. Well worth the price, just buy them all at once in the box form, it's cheaper. You'll thank me later.🤓
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4.0 out of 5 stars More, please--I want more! 26 Jun. 2016
By Gerri - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
**I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review**

I read these prequels AFTER I had read and thoroughly enjoyed the Exilon 5 Trilogy, so my perspective is going to be from a person who hungered for a thoroughly fleshed out and lengthy account of Stephen and Anton, our beloved Indigenes, who have been forced with their entire race underground due to invasion of their world by Earthlings. These characters are quite complex, and I think you get more of that from reading the Exilon 5 series although this prequel does well to add a little bit of history.

I am not giving this short story a full 5 stars because it was too short and it was not quite a seamless transition into the Exilon 5 series. My expectation going into the read was also not that it was a short story, and perhaps this negatively colors my opinions a bit. I'm more of the type of girl who likes to really get into a nice long read.

That said, I think Eliza Green is a fabulous writer and my main disappointment is simply that I wanted MORE!! I feel like she could have written an entire novel and I would have read it avidly (I did read this prequel avidly, but it was gone in a flash!). Perhaps (hint hint) in a future rendition Ms. Green will elongate this prequel.

For those who have read this and have NOT yet read Exilon 5, I would highly encourage you to do so. Buy the boxed set or if you are dubious or a slow reader, buy them one at a time. But I bet you will end up reading them all, if you like the first one. The series is exceptional, you will really experience the pathos and sadness of Stephen, Anton and the other Indigenes, as well as the darkness and corruption of the humans still on Earth. Bill and Isla are good humans, who get caught up into the ethical struggles of unraveling the mystery around what happens when the best of intentions coupled with genius intellect and then become warped with greed for more power and dominance. Oddly but familiarly, this author identifies and addresses issues that apply to our real lives in the 21st Century world. The description of Ms. Green's characters is vivid and I felt like I could touch them, and I knew exactly what they looked like, how their living environments looked and smelled. As someone who works in a scientific field, I also found this world believable with roots that connect to our current understanding of genetics and technologies.

I would also say that to the reader who begins with this prequel, this will likely be a different experience. The novice reader of this prequel to the Exilon 5 series will feel that they have had an "amuse bouche" to wet their appetite, and they will be ready to consume the main courses with relish and STILL be wanting their dessert.
I wait with excitement any sequels beyond the Exilon 5 series, and am hooked in general as an Eliza Green fan. Can't wait for whatever comes next!

Thanks for giving me the chance to both read and review for you Ms. Green :-)
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4.0 out of 5 stars This series is guaranteed to keep you up all night reading! 9 Jan. 2017
By Dingy Deb - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I received this prequel free in exchange for an honest review. As with her other writings, I found the story sound and enjoyable. Ms. Green has a way of writhing that takes you straight into the story. Her characters are full and believable enough for the reader to choose favorites. There is nothing wrong with anything in her writing style. Read it and get wrapped up in the story for yourself.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Aliens on Exilon 5 are Us. 22 April 2016
By JoanneG - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

This is a prequel to the Exilon 5 series, which I have not read, so my review may be different because of that. I don't have the knowledge readers of the series already have. That's ok.

I really enjoyed this book. In contrast to the first prequel, this one takes place on Exilon 5 and we start to learn about the consequences of people from Earth moving to this planet.

This story is told from the point of view of the Indogenes--the original inhabitants of Exilon 5. They have some abilities humans don't, but also some shortcomings. They are portrayed in detail, so they are not just aliens--they are people from another planet with problems, hopes, abilities, and lives that were disrupted by the arrival of the Earthlings.

Some of them are not happy with the new occupants and others are more patient. It will be interesting to see how the relationship between the two races progresses. Will they be able to get along or are they headed for conflict? I can't wait to find out.
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