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World of Water (Dev Harmer Mission, #2) The Amazing Sequel To World Of Fire Dev Harmer Has Landed In A New Body On A New Planet He Has Gills And Fins And A Chronic Malfunction In His Genes With OnlyHours To Bring The Settlers And Natives Of A Colonised World To Peace Before His Temporary Body Expires, Murder And Corruption Are The Least Of His WorriesWith The Indigenous Mer Folk On The Seabed And The Human Settlers In Floating Cities On The Ocean Surface Cannibalising The Mer Tech In An Attempt To Force Their Way Into The Eco System, Harmer Is In A Race Against The Clock To Ensure His Mission Doesn T End In Abject Disaster, A Polis Coup Or Genocide

About the Author: James Lovegrove

James Lovegrove is the author of several acclaimed novels and books for children.James was born on Christmas Eve 1965 and, having dabbled in writing at school, first took to it seriously while at university A short story of his won a college competition The prize was 15, and it had cost 18 to get the story professionally typed This taught him a hard but necessary lesson in the harsh economic

10 thoughts on “World of Water (Dev Harmer Mission, #2)

  1. says:

    RebellionPublishing Date March 2016ISBN 9781781083055Genre SciFiRating 3.6 5Publishers Description Special agents like Dev Harmer, grievously injured military veteran whose only hope for salvation is to travel from world to world as a professional troubleshooter, his brain patterns beamed into cloned host bodies, until he has earned enough credit to return home and be restored to full

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    World of Water is the second book in the Dev Harmer Missions series, from English author James Lovegrove In it we follow ISS agent Dev Harmer as he turns up on another new world with some sort of mostly unknown problem to solve, and most things stacked against him In other words, exactly where you want to see a sass talking, ass kicking intelligence operative Picking up ...

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    Bookworm Speaks World of Water Dev Harmer 1 by James LovegroveAcquired Barnes Nobel BooksellersSeries Dev Harmer MissionsPaperback 464 pagesPublisher Solaris August 26, 2014 Language English The Story In this stellar sequel to World of Fire, Dev Harmer has landed in a new body on a new planetDev Harmer, reluctant agent of Interstellar Security Solutions, has travelled to ocean world Robinson D, nicknam

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    Book World of WaterAuthor James LovegroveSeries The Dev Harmer Missions 2Who Might Like This book I would suggest this book to someone who likes action books, without a lot of back story needed in their series It was very easy to follow without having read the first book Anyone who has read authors like James Rollins, Steve Berry, Clive Cussler or has read another James Lovegrove book would probably like this b

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    I enjoyed World of Water, by James Lovegrove I saw that it was the second book in a series, and I requested book one from the publisher Unfortunately, the electronic edition the publisher sent was incompatible with my Kindle app, so I was unable to read it.You don t need to read World of Fire to read World of Water If Fire is as good as Water, then I highly recommend reading them both After finishing Water, I was sad th

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    Another great adventure in the Dev Harmer series This time, as you can guess from the title, the world is all water all the time There is a rebellion going on but who is behind it We have battles with sea creatures and bring out the Marines to save the day Except there is an insider who is actually creating the chaos and Dev is on the job to find out who exactly has the planet on the brink of all out war.CAUTION For some reason

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    When I read my first James Lovegrove bookI became an instant fan.He captures not just exciting storiesthat are reminiscent of classic SF storiesbut the story becomes cleverly modern.His characters are so believableso instantly charming.Dev harmer is an agent sent out into t...

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    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.Without knowing this was part 2 of James Lovegrove s saga, I must say that I read it without feeling I was missing anything Dev Harmer is basically a brain for hire, traveling through the universe in different bodies, using his extensive ...

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    Second in the series, with a lead in to the third Kind of a high tech, spy thriller The hook being that only the protagonist s identity travels from planet to planet, with his consciousness being implanted in a new body at each stop I m enjoying these, but am...

  10. says:

    Fun read inspired from Altered Carbon

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