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Books in Project Eden Thriller series

  • Exit 9: A Project Eden Thriller

    Brett Battles

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, March 10, 2012)
    From thriller and suspense master Brett Battles comes Exit 9, the second book in the Project Eden thriller series. Before, it was just a test, a little demonstration to see if the virus worked. It did, and so much better than its creators could have ever hoped. But the testing phase is over. It’s time for Project Eden to take the next step. If its members have their way, humanity is about to get a reboot. It’s up to Daniel Ash and the others in the outnumbered resistance to keep the Project from severely downsizing mankind. But can their small force succeed in the face of a plan decades in the making? The human race had better hope so, because if Ash and his friends can’t… Praise for SICK, the first Project Eden Thriller: “SICK didn’t just hook me. It hit me with a devastating uppercut on every primal level as a parent, a father, and a human being.” — Blake Crouch, author of RUN “SICK is a a gem of an outbreak story that unfolds like a thriller movie and never lets up all the way to the last page. Absolutely my favorite kind of story!” — John Maberry, New York Times bestselling author “SICK not only grabs you by the throat, but by the heart and gut as well, and by the time you finish you feel as if you've just taken a runaway train through dangerous territory. Buy this book now. You won't regret it.”—Robert Browne, author of THE PARADISE PROPHECY. “Like a fever, SICK makes you sweat and keeps you up all night, wondering what the hell is happening. It'll make your heart race like someone shot you with an EpiPen. You think Battles was badass before? He just cranked it up to 500 joules. CLEAR!”— “SICK is Brett Battles at his best, a thriller that also chills, with a secret at its core that's almost too scary to be contained within the covers of a book.” — Tim Hallinan, author of the Edgar nominated THE QUEEN OF PATPONG
  • A Little Guide to Trees

    Charlotte Voake, Kate Petty, Jo Elworthy

    Paperback (Eden Project, June 1, 2011)
    A delicately illustrated and engaging guide to trees for children What sort of tree did Robin Hood's bow come from? What pine tree drops its needles in the winter? How did the "Monkey-puzzle" get its name? These are just some of the wonderful facts to be discovered inside this book. From century-old oaks and hollies to beech trees and willows, beautiful illustrations and simple text help children identify the trees they see every day, whether they live in the country or the city. With a tree scrapbook in the back to fill in and keep, this book is a wonderful way of encouraging a child to interact with their environment, helping them to respect and protect the trees that surround them. This resource teaches that trees give us shade and the oxygen we breathe, like tall green giants that watch over us—and they are beautiful!
  • Down

    Brett Battles

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Nov. 24, 2014)
    From thriller and suspense master Brett Battles comes Down, the final book in the Project Eden saga. Matt Hamilton’s last words have led Daniel Ash and his team to the snow-covered town of Everton, Vermont. On a field just outside city limits sits an unassuming hut. But this is no innocent building. Inside is the entrance to the secret Project Eden base known as Dream Sky, the key to the Project’s success. Or its defeat, as Ash hopes. To give the team the best chance to succeed, Resistance groups have moved into position outside Project installations around the globe. The purpose: to create diversions that will draw Project attention away from Dream Sky. These groups have been waiting for the signal to attack. The wait is over. Down is best read after completing volumes 1-6 (Sick, Exit 9, Pale Horse, Ashes, Eden Rising, and Dream Sky)
  • Pale Horse: A Project Eden Thriller

    Brett Battles

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, June 21, 2012)
    From thriller and suspense master Brett Battles comes Pale Horse, the third book in the Project Eden thriller series. And I looked, and behold a pale horse; and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. —Revelations 6:8 A simple push of a button and the world will never be the same. Martina Gable returns home from college to spend Christmas break with her family, but the relaxing vacation she expects is not even close to what she'll get. Sanjay, a young man in Mumbai who knows more than he should about Project Eden’s plan, will do whatever he can to keep Kusum, the girl he loves, alive and safe. A boy named Brandon Ash runs for his life in the hills of Montana, wanting only to see his family again. But first there is Daniel, the boy’s father, who watches Olivia Silva’s finger hover over the enter key that will decide the fate of humanity. Do you think you’re safe? Pale Horse is part of the Project Eden continuing sage, which is best read after completing volumes 1 and 2 (Sick and Exit 9)
  • The Eden Project: Humanity's Last Chance

    DP Fitzsimons

    (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Jan. 27, 2013)
    There was only one rule: NEVER LEAVE THE DOME. Inside the dome, 117 tube-born kids lived free of contamination. Trained since birth, they were almost ready to launch their ships and leave the dying planet behind. They were humanity's final hope against extinction. Their mission would be to explore the farthest reaches of the galaxy seeking out a habitable world free of the C-1 virus. They tried not to think of conditions outside the dome where the virus had driven the last of the uninfected into the ground, into dark bunkers where they waited to be rooted out by cannibalistic hordes. Streets had become boneyards. Weeds grew inside long-forgotten government buildings. Fifteen-year-old Genevieve Fifthborn was fully aware that the world was coming to an end, but on the island of The Eden Project she had much bigger problems, boy problems. Only her first love might risk far more than a broken heart, it just might bring about the end of our species.