As the story goes…
Every kid wanted to be a REV, but very few ever would.
Gunnery Sergeant Zac Murphy was the most-badass REV warrior in the Corps. He’d gone on more Runs and killed more aliens than any single Human alive. He’d been one of the early volunteers for the NT-4 Program, which used a powerful performance-enhancing drug to turn ordinary Marines into super killing machines. Affectionately called REV, the drug wasn’t for everyone. Few made it through the screening process, and fewer still into the Fleet.
Zac was the most-senior REV alive, a miracle of science and a legend in the Corps. His job was to be the battering ram for the Marines, the first in while revved up on NT-4. During a Run he was a mindless killing machine, dangerous to both foe and friend alike. That’s why his fellow Marines gave him a wide berth until he could be put down by the Twilight drug. At that point he was somewhat manageable.
But something was happening to Zac. Long after most other REVs were dead, burned out or ‘retired,’ Zac was growing stronger, more powerful.
He was also doing something no REV has ever done during a Run. He was beginning to think.
The REV Series has been designed for fans of my Human Chronicles Saga, featuring everyone’s larger-than-life hero Adam Cain. If you like stories about super Humans, large scale military operations against deadly aliens, mech warriors and just plain old shoot-em-up science fiction adventure, then REV is for you.
FORCE of GRAVITY (The Human Chronicles Saga #22) Available on Amazon.com
The evil Klin have been eating up large chunks of the Milky Way galaxy in their quest for total domination. No one has been been able to even slow them down, let alone eliminate the threat. Now Adam Cain and his team have summoned up the dual super-mutants Panur and Lila in a last-ditch effort to save the galaxy. But something’s not right. The five-thousand-year-old immortal alien genius Panur is…dying. So much for being ‘immortal.’ Now Adam must sacrifice a part of himself to save the alien so his genius can be used against the Klin. Will it work? And if it does, what becomes of Adam and his ‘inherited’ super-powers he’s just now learning to use?
Hey, it’s only a galaxy they have to save–again. Normally it wouldn’t be a problem. But with these new complications…who knows what could happen?
IN OTHER NEWS:
There comes a time in every writer’s life when…no!
Adam Cain is NOT ending. But the sequential nature of the stories is. The lineal story line of The Human Chronicles comes to an end with Force of Gravity, to be replaced by The Human Chronicles Saga: Continuum, an on-going series of military space opera adventures featuring Adam Cain and his friends battling evil forces throughout the galaxy. Sound familiar? Because it is.
What sets these new series of adventures apart is that each book (or two) will be complete stories unto themselves. Whereas the main series was essentially one LONG story, these new books will be more self-contained adventures. By doing so, new readers can enter the series without skipping a beat. And my long-term loyal fans? Nothing changes. Just more challenges, more evil doers, more rip-roaring thrills and sarcastic humor. Just in more bite-size portions.
Adam Cain isn’t going away….he’s just getting started.
The War with the Klin is going full steam ahead in the latest Human Chronicles novel, Invasion Force by T.R. Harris. Adam Cain and his team have come up with a very rational and realistic plan to defeat the invading Klin forces, but it’s their own leadership who gives them the cold shoulder. “Yeah, go ahead,” they say. “But don’t expect any help from us.” It’s an unbelievable situation that leads Adam to resort to desperate measures, which turns him and his team into a band outlaws.
This latest novel in The Human Chronicles Saga is full of twists and turns and unexpected revelations. Old names reemerge, friends become enemies, and Adam Cain becomes more of a superhero. It’s a whirlwind hunt for an answer, a way to defeat the unbeatable. But if anyone can do it, it’s the new and improved Adam Cain.
Invasion Force is now available for immediate download on Amazon.com and available free to members of Kindle Unlimited. Pick up your copy today. Click here to be taken to Amazon.com.
A bundle of the first five Human Chronicles books is also available (click here). This is five complete novels…for only $5.99. Not only have these books been re-edited for the bundle, they’ve also been uploaded as individual books in their cleaner, re-edited forms.
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Thanks everyone. Rest assured…more books are coming!
Tom (T.R.) Harris (Jan. 2, 2018)
T.R. (Tom) Harris is the author The Human Chronicles Saga series of books, an exciting tale of space adventure which has been one of the bestselling science fiction series on Amazon since October, 2011.
The series is up to 22 books now, with #23 in the works and scheduled for release on February 27, 2018.
What sets The Human Chronicles apart from other science fiction books on the market is the unique aspect of the story line — namely that HUMANS are the Supermen in the galaxy.
As the hero of the series — ex-Navy SEAL Adam Cain — ventures farther into the galaxy and jumps from one adventure to the next, he finds that he’s stronger, faster and more coordinated than just about every alien he encounters. And the fact that he’s been abducted from Earth has put Adam in a very bad mood. Now imagine Superman with a bad attitude, and you have some idea what Adam Cain can do to an unsuspecting universe. As the tagline for the series goes … Adam Cain is an Alien with an Attitude … and throughout his adventures, he makes the aliens pay for putting him in such a bad mood.
Definitely not for the faint-at-heart or the squeamish, The Human Chronicles Saga is a gritty look at the tougher side of Humanity. We are the dominate killers on our own planet — and out in space we’re just as deadly. Political correctness has no place in The Human Chronicles — even though a down-to-earth sense of humor does. This series will have you laughing and fist-pumping all the way through — and often crying out, “I can’t believe he just did that!”
Check out the entire series. It’s definitely a different take on the whole Aliens vs Humans theme. Don’t mess with the Humans!