Books

Eliot writes fast-paced, deeply-researched novels with diverse casts that explore the intersection of technology and society. His books have been praised by award-winning authors like David Brin and Ramez Naam, tech luminaries like Tim O'Reilly and Brad Feld, and publications like The VergePopular Science, Businessweek, Tech.coSan Francisco Magazine, Huffington PostTechCrunch, GeekDadio9, and Ars Technica.

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“A smart techno-thriller that plays out the near future of data immersion, the digital divide, and climate change with mind-expanding effectiveness.”
-Malka Older, author of Infomocracy

"Spectacular near-term science fiction. Game upon game upon game."
-Brad Feld, Managing Director at Foundry Group

“An all-too-plausible thriller of power, morality, and global consequences. What would you do to wield influence? How far would you go to wield it for good?”
-Ramez Naam, award-winning author of Nexus
"Peper's talent for provocative thought experiment and world building is on full display in this gem of a short story. If the eyes are the window to the soul, then True Blue is a window into the soul of our society."
-Nick Farmer, author of The Survivors and linguist for SyFy's The Expanse

"Peper has managed to pack a compelling storyline, emotional suspense, intrigue, and incredible tenderness into a story about love, discrimination and courage that's only a few pages long. As a lifelong blue myself, I'm not even mad. That's amazing."
-Berit Anderson, Editor-in-Chief at Scout

"A tightly-woven tale of espionage and self-realization. Do yourself a favor and check out Neon Fever Dream."
-Popular Science

"Eliot Peper writes up a cast of unique characters to pull you through something that might be a dream, or might be a nightmare."
-D.J. Molles, NYT bestselling author of The Remaining Series and Wolves

"An amazing blend of international espionage, underground journalism, and martial arts that makes for a fast, fun, and intriguing read."
-Tim Chang, Managing Director at Mayfield Fund

"Cumulus is your new favorite surveillance-fueled dystopian novel. It's a future we can all recognize - and one that we should all be genuinely afraid of."
-Ars Technica

"An intriguing, fast-paced thriller that looks closely at the most pressing issues facing the nation: a growing wealth gap, corrupt governments and an ever-increasing surveillance apparatus that threatens the country's very character. Cumulus holds up a mirror to ourselves, and shows just how scary the world could be right around the corner."
-io9
"Eliot Peper has masterfully created a three-part thriller set against the backdrop of the startup world. You're going to go on a hell of a wrenching journey and I promise that it will enrich you for long after you've reached the end."
-Tech.co Books

"The perfect ending to a riveting trilogy. What Grisham is to the legal thriller, Peper is to the world of tech."
-Bob Holmen, Managing Director at Miramar Venture Partners
"I read Power Play in one sitting. Shady venture capitalists? Desperate founders? World-changing technology? I highly recommend it."
-Huffington Post Books

"An awesome blend of thriller and tech startup novel. I couldn't put it down."
-William Hertling, award-winning author of Kill Process and the Singularity Series

"The perfect book for anyone who wants a thrill ride through the world of tech startups."
-David Cohen, Founder and Managing Partner at Techstars
"Offers readers a special lens into a unique and compelling world packed with intrigue and adventure. A must-read trilogy."
-Huffington Post Books

"Insanely cool... a gripping roller coaster ride through the world of tech entrepreneurship. Watch out, it will hijack your free time through to the last word. More, please?"
-Brad Feld, Managing Director at Foundry Group

"Relentlessly readable. Be warned, if you start, you probably won't stop."
-San Francisco Magazine








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Literary representation: DongWon Song at Howard Morhaim (dongwon@morhaimliterary.com).

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