by Lori Turner, Tracey Johnson
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Harvester by Lori Turner, Tracey Johnson

The year is 2312.  As a Ward, all my life, I have had everything that I need and the Federation has been my provider.  Now that I am eighteen it is my turn to give back by serving. During my time in service I am fearful that I may no longer be the same. I have been asked to give a portion of myself to the United Earth Federation but is that all they really want? I find myself wondering if my body belongs to me or am I a tool to be used at the whim of the Federation? Do I have a choice in the matter and will my voice be heard?
Harvester, book one of this trilogy. This captivating story follows the life of Ward Tressa.  She lives in a world that has long since touted itself as a Global Utopia but Tressa is finding it difficult accepting the greater good. She is forced to cope with rules and heart wrenching results.  Take this first step of three by reading book one in the Harvester Series.
Lori Turner & Tracey Johnson
Copyright © 2012

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045054126
Publisher: Lori Turner
Publication date: 10/27/2012
Series: Harvester , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 239 KB
Age Range: 13 Years

About the Author

Lori Turner websites: http://www.shadowromancebooks.com http://www.harvesterseries.com genres: Fiction, Multicultural Romance, Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, Scifi Contemporary Romance about this author: Lori Turner is an author of romance in many genres. She lives in the mid-south with her incredibly supportive husband, wonderful sons and a spunky Boxer. After graduating from nursing school, she began working in the healthcare profession but writing has always been her passion. Her idea of heaven is an entire day uninterrupted with her computer, creating interesting characters, a brief mediative hiatus in her greenhouse for inspiration and a pot of steaming hot coffee. contact: email her at sashacombsbooks@aol.com harvesterseries@gmail.com Other pseudonyms: Sasha Combs Tracey Johnson website: http://www.harvesterseries.com genres: Fiction, Fantasy, Scifi about this author: Tracey L. Johnson has always enjoyed writing about as much as she enjoys the escape and pleasure that reading brings. The Harvester is her first published work of fiction. At the time that she ventured into this project with her well-established co-writer and sister Lori Turner she had several unfinished works of fiction. After spending many years in private practice as a Licensed Professional Counselor she would only write in her spare time. Tracey is married with two elementary school aged children so that did not leave a lot of time to focus on this passion. However, she knew this project was the right one to launch her writing career. Therefore, she stopped taking new patients and made writing her primary focus and her private practice is on hold indefinitely. contact email her at harvesterseries@gmail.com

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Harvester 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fantastic writing, lovely premise, and characters you can*t help but love. However, I wish the author had a better editor- the novel was rife with misplaced commas, missing or unnecessary apostrophes, incorrect terms (to/too, there/their, "mines", its/it*s, etc), and improper dialogue techniqus. I find that these seemingly small mistakes really detract from my reading experience, and lessen the impact of the story. If it wasn*t such an interesting read, I wouldn*t have finished it for all the errors.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The plot and main character pull you into a futuristic world where emotions are controlled and males and females are kept separated. An older teen read because of mature content. I recommend this thought provoking look at what might happen if earth's population was greatly diminished and controlled genetics became the norm rather than parents and family units. A good read.
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Was free though
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is an interesting futuristic book it could b abit confussing at times but it gives the book alittle mistery usualy when i get close to the end of a book i start cointinf down the pages till the end but with this book i was so griped by the that i was shocked when o realized that it was over the oy bad thin is that it doesnt realy have an ending ud have to bey the sequal