Red Gambit | eBook
Red Gambit | eBook
Book One of the Harvesters Series
They said the meek would inherit the Earth…
As far as Jarek can tell, though, they must've been speaking Dutch or something, because those "meek" aliens sure did make a bloody mess of things. Even so, Jarek wasn't about to make a fuss over the raknoth apocalypse. Not until those red-eyed bastards stole his exosuit.
You don't steal a man's exosuit...
But when Jarek's quest for vengeance runs him straight up against an alien stronghold, and a blonde arcanist who throws around grown men like telekinetic frisbees, he soon learns there's far worse than missing exosuits to worry about. And if he and his fiery new friend don't put a stop to it, they may just be looking at Apocalypse Number Two...
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Great character development and detailed description of plot.
Pulse-pounding action, from a cocky hero. Great teamwork, and problem-solving, neck-biting alien creatures, spaceships and cool body armor. Pretty gory, but it keeps your interest.
Soldier of Charity was my first read from author Luke R. Mitchell and was in every sense of the word, a thriller. Well-written with well-developed characters and a storyline that continually develops throughout the length of the book. Red Gambit (The Harvesters #1) is even better! Set 9 years after Soldier of Charity this was a very good read that I couldn't put down (futuristic settings, mutant-like powers) I look forward Mitchell‚Äôs next book.
It's Iron Man meets Falling Skies -- sort of.Red Gambit starts off a bit slow in that the character of Jared is just irreverent enough to seem snarky at first; it is not a good sign when I am shaking my head at one of the "hero's" antics. But then he sort of grew on me. Mr. Mitchell creates an interesting world populated by people who, after I got past some of their antics, are real enough to also hold my interest.I received Red Gambit as a Kindle Book of the Month, and liked it enough that I not only signed up for Mr. Mitchell's mailing list (which nets you a free prequel), but also bought book #2.I look forward to the next book in this series!