Eva García Sáenz de Urturi (Vitoria) published her first novel, La saga de los longevos (The Immortal Collection), in 2012, which became a sales phenomenon and was translated into English and well received in the United States and the United Kingdom.
In 2014, the second instalment to the saga, Los hijos de Adán (The Sons of Adam) saw the light, and also the historical novel Pasaje a Tahití (Passage to Tahiti). In 2016 she published El Silencio de la ciudad blanca (The Silence of the White City), a passionate thriller set in her hometown, that has been a huge success with the critics and in sales in Spain, and whose rights for translation have already been sold to several countries, as well as being in the process of film adaptation. With El silencio de la ciudad blanca (The Silence of the White City), a trilogy is born of which Los ritos del agua (The water rituals) is the second part, and Los señores del tiempo (The Lords of Time) the third part.
In 2020 she received the prestigious Planeta Award for her novel Aquitania.