You Are What You Eat...
At a genetics lab where a revolutionary strain of corn is being developed, FBI Special Agent Jack Dawson's best friend and fellow agent is brutally murdered, his body torn apart. Jack is convinced that Naomi Perrault, a beautiful geneticist and suspected terrorist, is behind the murder. But when Jack is framed for setting off a bomb that devastates the FBI lab in Quantico, Naomi becomes Jack's only hope of survival.
Confronted by the terrifying truth of what the genetically engineered seeds stolen by his friend are truly for and who is really behind them, Jack joins Naomi in a desperate fight across half the globe to save humanity from extermination....
©2011 Imperial Guard Publishing, LLC (P)2013 Imperial Guard Publishing, LLC
There are few things better than a good story well told!
The story is X-Files meets Invasion of the Body Snatchers with The Thing thrown in for good measure. Nothing good can come from Big Pharma and Big Agro in cahoots with desperate, ruthless aliens. And when the aliens exist among us undetected in strategic government and law enforcement positions... what can stop them? Season of Harvest has an interesting premise centering on the real life explosion of genetically modified food. There is action and some suspense but the story is somewhat weakened by the "romance" of the two main characters which seems forced. There are other parts that also did not feel genuine to me, like the missile silo/research stations. And I did not ‘feel’ the cat angle either. It was well worth my time and credit but it left me feeling it could have been better. Overall a 3.7.
Love PNR's, Sci-Fi, and fantasy, but will listen to stories outside my comfort zone. ~ Books, and dogs make the best companions!
Not what I thought the book would be and that was refreshing, even if it was a little scary.
The FBI agent, Jack and the cats. I'm a cat lover so I enjoyed the author giving cats an important role in the story.
No, but he was good. He kinda added to the "errie" tone of the story.
Yes, I will never look at food and what we can do with it, the same. It gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "You are what you eat!"
I was shocked at how much I really enjoyed this book and the storyline is something everyone would enjoy. Buy the book, I am sure you will enjoy too!!
No, just more convenient .
Love his voice, his inflections where spot on making the book much more enjoyable.
Hard time turning it off, which is not good for work.
This audio recording had me riveted from the opening sentence until the very end. It is a work of well written science fiction, yet aside from the whole alien theory, there is a kernel of truth to it that eating GMO's can be fatal to the planet.
I recommend this book.
very well written and keeps you interested the entire time. the government conspiracy with alien and GMO twist the Great put together.
Who says, "Money can't buy happiness? It buys Books & Yarn....I'm happy! 💜
So well written and read...hard to remember it is only a story & not fact!
Fav authors: D. Preston & L. Child, Edgar R Buroughs, J. McDevitt, James Rollins, Jack Campbell, BV Larson, JR Tolkoin, George McDonald.
I listened to 2 of the 3 books & read the third one. Note: only books 1 & 2 are on audible; you have to finish the series by reading the third book. My wife & I both listened to the books together and really enjoyed them. Then I read the third, finding it difficult to put down.
Possibly the Relic by Preston & Child, where the story starts out as a mystery and develops into a battle with a monstrosity by interesting characters. Once the action gets rolling, the story keeps you wanting more.
This book will make you think about our current food supply, which forms the basis for the plot.
I found the book to have great characters and character interaction as they work to discover what is happening and how to deal with it.
I must admit at first I didn't think I liked this book. I then figured I may as well listen to it as I had bought it. I am glad I did I was drawn in and I hated to see it end. I thought this was a very good book and a excellent wake up call on GMO's
I really hated to see one of the main characters die at the end but it was very heart warming what he did to help her through her disease when she was dying
Fantastic , very good with the whole book!
The end was sad and good in finding what happened
and then book two is coming with the end left the way it was.
The way The narrator made the characters come alive. and the tone and inflection he gave the voices for the characters.
The research that went into it. The way Michael meshed reality with science fiction. And the cats.
The dream scene with Jack and Sheldon where the music and talking were everywhere. The affection between the two gave me insights into both the characters that made them relatable and real. (It's hard to pick one. The scene where Alexander lands on Jack's chest eliciting the quote, "Hello you big dummy," Is pretty grin worthy, too.)
The scene with Monica Ripley and Carl Richards in the hospital where he read to her while she died. Such strength and compassion in that scene, I nearly cried.
This book was awesome-so much so that we nearly got in trouble at work for reading it. It was very hard to pick our favorite scenes because there were more than a few that stood out for usWe're definitely looking forward to the next one, and the third after that. :)
That's easy Top 5 but I have just got started on Audible...
Obviously the main character the hero, but also Richards.... as best supporting actor
The scene with the 3 FBI agents knocking on our heros door, a fellow agent, and he allows them in for questioning
I did listen in one sitting
actually really really enjoyed this story, so much so that I immediately looked for the sequel on audible. Unfortunately that wasn't available but enough with my problems. The story opens with an intense scene I will not spoil for you. The narration is fantastic truly, I listened to another audiobook right after this one and didn't know how fortunate I was. The story isn't bad either, but the pace of that story is what makes it special. I deeply cared for the hero in the story so Hicks did his job there and I'm very much into fringe topics and conspiracy so I didn't have a problem with the plot. If you're not into fringe, conspiracy etc... this isn't a book for you.
I did have some issues delving deeper into the book in respect to the antagonists. I would have liked more back story and explanation on them. You are just left with the you know what the characters have found out about them motif. I expect a little more than that, a fairly large gripe on my part and the antagonists themselves weren't that well thought out. Certain attributes they possess and talents they use don't seem to work without an explanation that you aren't given. Basically you just have to accept them for what they are and what little are known about them. Also there are major major world events taking place here that are far fetched.
The good news is that the pace of the story and the telling of it is really so good that I came out of this more than satisfied with the listen. Quite entertaining and the story gets in and gets moving.
"shme, full of rubber stamped phrases "
one of those books that you have heard a million times, but with a slightly innovative storyline. oddly feels like the book has been written on the basis of a film, it is full of Hollywood rubber stamps and clinches
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