The Harvest War

The Harvest War

by Martin Davis


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I feel that my novel provides a unique plot that crosses the common lines of science and religion. I wanted to make the reader stop and think about the possibilities of our world and the nature of mankind. I knew that I had to have an especially unique idea because science fiction is such a flooded field.

Alex Shepherd is a promising young marine with a dream of excelling in his career and marrying the love of his life, Kate. All hope for this ideal life is lost when the earth is invaded by a hostile alien force that mysteriously has the same name as the biblical, highest order of angels: the Seraphim.

Coming in at just over 60,000 words, The Harvest War is an action-packed, science fiction thriller with religious themes. The novel takes the reader on a sprawling journey through an apocalyptic America, with fascinating discoveries about the evolution of humankind.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781642373578
Publisher: Price World Publishing
Publication date: 02/09/2019
Pages: 290
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.65(d)

About the Author

I am 38 years old and married with two kids. I work in medical sales, so I've only recently started writing in my free time. Family has always been my first priority because I lost my father and brother at a young age. With that in mind, I wanted to bring each of my family members into my novel through characters, names, and personalities.
From a young age, I have always loved a great story. My dream was to write my own, and ultimately take it to film. My ideas started with bedtime stories for my two children, and after some time, I have finally developed them into my first novel. As a young teenager, I watched my father sacrifice so much for our family as he struggled through a war with cancer. I wanted to represent those same qualities in my writing, and he quickly became the inspiration for my lead character, fighting in his own war.

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