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[PDF] ↠ The Gilded Harvest  Author Richard Myerscough – Gasengineersinglasgow.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 261 pages
  • The Gilded Harvest
  • Richard Myerscough
  • English
  • 01 June 2017

The Gilded Harvest Repeated Global Crop Failures Caused Man S Ideals To Fade In Less Than A Decade His Gilded Prize Switched From Monetary To Human FleshAfter The Ice From A Mini Global Freeze Melted, People Began To Emerge From Their Underground Complexes Unprepared For A Harsh Surface Life, The Na Ve Were Butchered While The Shrewd Adapted Reduced To Using Crude Black Powder, Rival Clans Hunted Each Other For MeatSarah Was Brutally Hobbled After Her Family Was Butchered Her Foreign Beliefs Made Her Baulk The Laws Governing Her Captures Curious About The Fate Of The Rest Of Her Clan, She Joined Some Of Her Capturers In Their Bloody Quest To SurviveAmidst The Battling Hordes Of Cannibals And Cunning Opportunists, No Was Safe As The Species Fed Upon Itself, Even Man S Future Was Bleak


About the Author: Richard Myerscough

Richard presently lives in Sydney Forks, Nova ScotiaFor information about the author, his books and his upcoming novels, go to


14 thoughts on “The Gilded Harvest

  1. says:

    Not something that I would normally read Despite gory, cannibalistic scenes that will take your breath away, this post apocalyptic SciFi is a complex, suspenceful thriller that will make you wonder what life would be like in a barren world, without electricity, technology or even the primers to reload outdated spent bullets.The fact that I wanted to read on, was a testimony to how well it was written It was a far cry from the murder mysteries that I normally read.

  2. says:

    As with Richard Myerscough s previous works, this novel was an edge of the seat gut twister His futuristic world pulled no punches about the extent man will go to secure his next meal In the book he also delves into the problems different cultures develop when isolated from the rest of mankind.Overall, a great book for those how like a dark read.

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