The Iron Harvest (2020)

The Iron Harvest Erik Hanberg The Iron Harvest Hiding is easy Staying alive is the problem Byron Shaw is the focus of a worldwide manhunt Everywhere he turns he finds danger Everyone who helps him risks their own life With the global communication
  • Title: The Iron Harvest
  • Author: Erik Hanberg
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Kindle Edition
The Iron Harvest Erik Hanberg Hiding is easy Staying alive is the problem.Byron Shaw is the focus of a worldwide manhunt Everywhere he turns he finds danger Everyone who helps him risks their own life.With the global communication network that bound society destroyed, Shaw must fight his away across two continents if he ever wants to see his wife again Unfortunately for him, he must navigate bHiding is easy Staying alive is the problem.Byron Shaw is the focus of a worldwide manhunt Everywhere he turns he finds danger Everyone who helps him risks their own life.With the global communication network that bound society destroyed, Shaw must fight his away across two continents if he ever wants to see his wife again Unfortunately for him, he must navigate between those who are trying to rebuild the Lattice and those who are willing to kill to stop that from happening Shaw must choose sides, and the future of world will rest with his decision.
The Iron Harvest Erik Hanberg

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  1. Constance Burris

    Most novels chock full of ideas get weighed down by exposition and overexplaining This series never went overboard Well maybe at the beginning of book one But still, extraordinary writing and a great sequel The audible narration was fantastic, too Didn t much care for the death for some of the awesome characters, but I m a softie like that If I was a patient person, I d reread the series to fully digest all of the ideas and possibilities but I hate reading books twice.Anyway, if you re a John Sc [...]

  2. Julie Duvall

    Like any other free ebook trilogy.The second installation was not as good as the first Book 1 was interesting enough to keep me reading, book two fell flat, with the protagonist a supposed military trained, intelligent strategist becoming wishy washy with no real direction in either sticking to his guns or dedication to the cause His inner turmoil is lackluster and tediously repetitive Secondary characters are severely underdeveloped Time lapses of hours or days in the story run right into each [...]

  3. Bryan Ewert

    Shaw leaves Geneva in an attempt to find his way to his wife.There, I ve just told you everything that happens in the first half of the book Now you can save yourself the time and skip to the middle Plodding does not begin to describe it.The story is salvaged somewhat by some action in the second half Then, as a reward to the reader for sticking with it to the end, view spoiler everything gets put back to exactly the same situation as the start of book 1 hide spoiler I feel as though as I may we [...]

  4. I

    Pretty good continuation of the series The first half was a little slow seeming like a setup but then there were some great surprises and a really logical, awesome ending Well done I can t wait to read the next installment.

  5. Andrew Brown

    Good readThis was a very enjoyable book, just like the first one I m super disappointed the third book isn t done yet I m looking forward to it

  6. Karlyn

    I found this book to be an interesting continuation There was a great deal of exposition that most likely could have been cut but luckily it moved pretty quickly It s a good story, engaging and intriguing Not sure I ll read the next Just not that interested in the lattice and what happens next However if you read the first book, this one is a must to close the story line I admit that the background of the iron harvest and tie in the story was well thought out.

  7. Concetta Phillipps

    This is EXCELLENT Just as amazing as the original Twists, turns, well written and edited Loved it I don t want to put any spoilers, but I particularly enjoyed the close examination of the relationships and their ramifications to the Lattice and its return It was also fun to get to know the sub characters Kuhn, Nosipho, Yang, and Grace Williams Post reading, I was contemplating what this meant in today s world and realized that its almost not fiction If Google, Apple, Samsung Facebook, Twitter, a [...]

  8. Jon Stonecash

    This is the next book after The Lead Cloak I really liked both books Good characters and plot I am looking forward to the next book in the trilogy, The Tin Whistle.

  9. Jaime

    Todo el libro sobre las consecuencias de las acciones desarrolladas en el primero Demasiado personal para mi gusto en una trilog a que parti el primer libro con como cambi el mundo con una nueva tecnolog a.

  10. Bullman

    An astoundingly great bookAnother incredible book by Mr Hanberg I will be starting book 3 as soon as I am finished with this review It has been a long time since I have enjoyed a series as much as The Lattice Trilogy.

  11. Nancy

    Continued awesomeness I loved this one as much as the first This author is GOOD I am eager to find out what happens Is the lattice good or bad

  12. Michael C Wallace

    Love it Story continues to be amazing Can hardly wait for the next installment Hope it has a happy ending Hope its out.

  13. Karsyn

    Nothing happened like I thought wanted it to happen but man was it crazy Enjoyable book, enjoyable series Want another one now

  14. Annie

    Great sequel Excellent book two Not a dull moment through the entire book and you never know what is coming I can t wait for book three.

  15. Sean Hussey

    Very fast paced Picked up right where The Lead Cloak left off and leads us straight into book 3.

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