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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Dragon’s Harvest is a work of action, adventure and science fiction written by author Jason F Boggs. Featuring the young military cadet Nelson Jones as our central hero, this near-future sci-fi novel forms the second book in the Dragon Trilogy, but can be read without having read the prequel, The Devil’s Dragon. In this volume, the fallout of Nelson’s previous discoveries causes his arch nemesis, the fearsome Ira Bills, to up her game and find new allies and ways of putting the terrifying New Era regime back in place. With the fate of two races resting on his shoulders, Nelson and his chums have limited time to take down this new threat, and the whole of the regime in the process.
Mixing action, science fiction and dystopia with a little alien flavor, this rip-roaring romp of a book is sure to entertain its readers well. I followed the plot easily without having read book one, and I’d certainly be keen to go back and see how Nelson came to be the hero we see in this adventure. His rivalry with Ira was well created; I felt like she was a powerful female villain straight out of a comic book, but in a really entertaining way, and there were smatterings of things reminiscent of The X Files and James Bond, which kept giving me this excellent blockbuster atmosphere throughout. Overall, Jason F Boggs has done a great job with The Dragon’s Harvest and I’d certainly recommend the trilogy as a high-energy read.