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Season Of The Harvest (Harvest Trilogy, Book 1) by [Hicks, Michael R.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1072 KB
  • Print Length: 388 pages
  • Publisher: Imperial Guard Publishing, LLC (6 Feb. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004MME1RU
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 172 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,915 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Another great book from Michael R. Hicks. This should be made into a film. It would be a best seller.

I would recommend this book to anyone. You don't have to be into SciFi to enjoy. Well written and keeps you wanting to read more. Can't put it down until it's finished. Just like all his other books. Keep them coming Michael.
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A little bit of a build up which took a while to get the story going but was well worth waiting for. Great story idea almost like an old horror film, playing on fears you don't realise you have.
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I'll be honest up front and say that I really enjoy the writing of Michael R Hicks. Amazing given the fact that until about a year ago I had never even heard of him. So thanks to the Kindle for bringing the worlds created by this author to my eyes.

I started this book after reading the first six books about those pesky Kreelans, I still have more of those books to read but decided that I wanted to take a look at a different story.

So what's it all about. A group of Aliens (harvesters) hidden away in society trying to manipulate the crops we are growing to enable them to create more of there kind and basically take over the earth.

Okay there's a bit more too it but you get the gist.

Then there's the good guys, the Earth Defense Society, doing there best to stop the Aliens but basically being blamed for all the bad things that the aliens are doing to take over the world.

Then there are those who are fooled into thinking the aliens are actually helping the human population and get manipulated into assisting.

Still with me, okay then buy the book, in fact download it as it's probably still free.

It's a good story, with some good engaging characters, and it's the start of another trilogy by an author who seems able to spin a good yarn.

I enjoyed it, and have already started on book 2.

You won't be disappointed, but if you are remember this, it probably didnt cost you any real money just time, and this was a good way of spending my time.
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I quite enjoyed this book, particularly for the Monsanto reference - I was amused that he confessed they inspired him to write the book!

But for me the book doesn't quite hit the mark - the military references seem more designed to show the author has been in the forces than actually realistic, and I found the fight scenes hard to follow and unrealistic. I thought it a cliche the missing scientist would be young and beautiful and then fall for a man whose IQ would be about 50 less than hers. Too few people involved in decision making for the world, foreigners are terribly American, politics far too streamlined and simplistic.

But hey! It doesn't matter, the story is fast paced enough that only occasionally does this jar. And I can revel in the idea that Monsanto is run by aliens. Makes sense!
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Forced myself to finish this book, take away the thin layer of sci-fi and you have a cast of shiney people. The constant imagery explaining exactly which gun, type of bullet is being used and Afghanistan references became a bore the sci-fi could have been so much more in-depth but as easily could have been switched to well anything from a Buddhist monk to a terrorist nut job. Will not recommend nor read the next.
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Excellent book. I give it two stars for the total implausibility of the plot material, and five stars for the writing skill. Michael Hicks writes brilliantly, and I just cannot stop reading once started. I bought all three of the trilogy together, knowing in advance that if Hicks wrote them, then I'd enjoy them. is characters are real and likeable. Of course, why advanced aliens look like insects and don't wear clothes always beats me. What about some aliens in appropriate clothing with appropriate equipment Michael?
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My first reading of a Michael Hicks novel and if this is his standard it will not be my last, thank you Kindle for the introduction. To be honest it took a little while to get into the story but I was picked up and encouraged to read on and on. I am not a sci-fi fanatic but this is a good yarn, a few cliches but worth sticking with. I gave it four stars just because I did not realise that Americans ruled the world.
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Remember the days of English exams. Where you got asked to write a summary and a review.
I would struggle to do this here. There is just far to much going on. with a great plot and story line.
This would have made a great stand alone story with a different cliff hanger ending.
So read and enjoy. But watch what you eat.
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