Sci-fi Novel 'The 1st Gunman' Released
The novel takes place in outer space on newly colonized planets, Mars, New Harvest and on the planet Sooule. The story begins when mankind left earth. Humanity had lost almost all of its will to fight but they still needed protection. It would take Joshua Garvie, leader of the Gunman's Element to help the Sooul. Garvie is always ready to defend humanity. The Sooul were being harvested and were about to become extinct. Garvie has his mission and the Sooul will survive if he has his say.
The author hopes that the internal struggles of Garvie to hold himself to conflicting standards and the contrast of his strong focus and purpose against his kindness and humor will appear to readers.
"We all have roles in our lives that from time to time we must step out of," Harvey shares. "The difficulty in having many roles in life and each one of them being important is relevant to most people lives and careers."
"The 1st Gunman"
By Don Harvey
Softcover | 5x8in | 662 pages | ISBN 9781524693725
E-Book | 662 pages | ISBN 9781524693718
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Don Harvey is a long time resident of Picton, Ontario, in Canada. Harvey lives with his wife Teresa. They have two children, Ashley and Joshua, who are young adults. He is an avid hunter who enjoys yearly trips to northern Ontario. When not working, he is in his shop conversing with friends and stepping around Lily, his German shepherd, as they work on any projects. He is a proud mason in Prince Edward lodge number 18.
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