Five Things You Can Expect From AURORA: EDEN

Book 5 in the Aurora series will be unleashed worldwide on September 10th. So what’s in store for readers? Here’s five things you can expect:


ONE:
I had privately dubbed Centralis the ‘Book of Revelations’ thanks to the explosive secrets that were exposed within. The biggest of these was the truth behind UNFASP. In Eden you will find out more about what is behind that truth, and of what our heroes will have to face in the last three books of the series. Buckle up, dear readers, they have a mighty battle ahead…

TWO: Given what is to take place in these last three books, the team have to go through certain things in order to be ready for it. In some ways Eden is a transitory book, in that what occurs within is necessary in order to hit the next and final challenges for the Aurora team. Like all my books, there is substantial character development, but as my readers know, that character development always feeds into the grand finale. So, in other words, the action-packed climax of Eden will be worth the wait, and as usual, it promises some shocks too…

THREE: Do we have any McKinley fans out there? Well, looking at the survey results I have, the answer to that would be a big YES. So if you’re a McKinley fan, then I think you’re going to like Eden. A lot. Up until now McKinley has remained a relative mystery. With each book I’ve revealed a little bit about him, but in Eden readers will learn a lot more about his past and his family. The man behind the soldier will finally be revealed…

FOUR: And what of Captain Saul Harris? Well at the end of Centralis we left Harris in a place where he had decided to open himself up to his gift. Eden sees Harris exploring this gift and his ancestry, which only leads to more explosive revelations. As with McKinley, Eden is a bit of a transformation book for this character. Harris has dual issues he must work to resolve: figuring out his gift, and figuring out what to do with the truth behind UNFASP. More to the point, he needs to figure out if he is going to be strong enough to handle both. Eden sees Harris begin to evolve…

FIVE: And how about Sergeant Carrie Welles? We left poor Carrie in a very bad way at the end of Centralis. She’s hit the lowest of the low, rock bottom. So where can she go from there? Well, there’s only one place to go, isn’t there? The only way is up… Carrie has a mighty battle ahead of her, and she, like Harris, like McKinley, has a
very important transition to make in Eden. She must find the strength to get back on her feet because her children’s lives depend on it. In order to face the challenges posed in last three books of this series, Carrie simply cannot afford to be a victim anymore – she’s going to need to be one hell of a strong heroine…

That is, if Professor Sharley’s rogue henchman, Drazen, doesn’t stop her before she gets the chance…

In AURORA: EDEN our three heroes must evolve into who they need to be, in order to face the future that awaits them.

In AURORA: EDEN, the future starts now . . .

Launching worldwide on September 10th, where all good books are sold.

 

About Amanda Bridgeman

Amanda is an author and screenwriter. She is Tin Duck Award winner, an Aurealis and Ditmar Awards finalist and author of several science fiction novels, including THE SUBJUGATE which has been optioned for TV. She is also a two-time pitch finalist for Universal (AU) and AACTA.