What do a wayward mercenary and a vexed arcanist have in common?
Neither of them signed up for this crap . . .
It’s been fifteen years since the raknoth made a smoldering heap of Earth. But for some survivors, the problems are just getting started.
Jarek Slater is a sword-slinging nomad with a powerful exosuit and a mean vigilante streak—or was until his exosuit was stolen. He wants it back.
Rachel Cross is an energy-bending arcanist who wants nothing more than to find her brother and bring him home safely.
When their paths collide, Jarek and Rachel are reluctantly pulled into a race across the nuclear wasteland to reclaim his suit and save her brother. All that stands between them and their goals is a vicious alien warlord, some grating interpersonal tension, and a whole bunch of violent marauders. Oh, and a mysterious alien device that may bring on the second apocalypse.
Together, they might just be strong enough to pull it off. Assuming they don’t kill each other first . . .
Red Gambit is the first book of the Harvesters Series, a post-apocalyptic sci-fi adventure complete with blood-sucking aliens, power armor, and energy-bending arcanists. If you like Star Wars, Halo, or the likes of Neal Asher, E.E. Knight, and Michael Anderle, you’ll love this series for its epic conflicts, lovable characters, and (occasional) wit.
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Luke is an SFF author whose dreams include being a PAID SFF author and also one day growing up. And lots of zombies. Don’t ask.
Also, the “growing up” bit was a lie.
After studying engineering science at Penn State and neuroengineering at Drexel, Luke finally decided to throw in the towel on actually building a working Iron Man suit, opting instead to simply make things up and write them down. Boy, is he having more fun now.
When he’s not holed up in his cave trying to string words together, he can often be found powerlifting, video-gaming, reading, and/or drinking the darkest, most roasty beers he can get his mitts on.
You know what? Enough about Luke. He’s not that interesting. But if you’d like to say hi to him for whatever reason, he’d probably be glad to hear from you.