Lost Harvest

Lost Harvest

by Joe Pace
Lost Harvest

Lost Harvest

by Joe Pace



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The United Kingdom of Earth is home to thirty million British subjects. According to leading scientists, most of them will starve in the next few years when the global food supply collapses. His Majesty's government refuses to take these dire warnings seriously, choosing instead to believe the more comforting predictions of the bureaucrats.

In a desperate attempt to revitalize the fading master grains that feed humanity, the Science Minister and the First Lord of the Admiralty form a secret alliance and recruit William Pearce, deep-space veteran and former officer of the Royal Navy, to command the HMSS Harvest as it travels to the edge of the known galaxy. There, the remote planet Cygnus holds a possible answer to the coming famine if the Harvest can endure the interstellar voyage, the dangers of a strange world, and the seeds of disaster sown among her own crew.

From the author of Minotaur, the Lost Harvest trilogy reimagines the classic tale of the Mutiny on the Bounty on an Earth with a history divergent from our own, yet with an ominously familiar future.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150977150
Publisher: Reliquary Press
Publication date: 09/03/2015
Series: Harvest Trilogy , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 224
File size: 337 KB

About the Author

Joe Pace is a writer of science fiction, historical fiction, and short stories. He studied political science and history at the University of New Hampshire, and his writing reflects his ongoing academic and practical interest in both. ??Joe has also served in elective office, taught American history, and worked in business banking. His assorted interests include comic books, pickup basketball, Greek mythology, and the occasional marathon.??As a storyteller, he seeks to weave classic science fiction with political intrigue full of memorable characters in the tradition of Isaac Asimov, Piers Anthony, George R.R. Martin, and Gene Roddenberry.??Joe was born and raised in seacoast New Hampshire and still considers it home, even as he wanders around the country with his wife, Sarah, and their two sons, Bobby and Xavier.??His first novel, Minotaur, was published by Reliquary Press in 2012.
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