Soldier of Fortune: A Gideon Quinn Adventure - Kathleen McClure

Soldier of Fortune: A Gideon Quinn Adventure

By Kathleen McClure

  • Release Date: 2017-08-22
  • Genre: Science Fiction
Soldier of Fortune: A Gideon Quinn Adventure book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 72 Ratings)

Soldier of Fortune: A Gideon Quinn Adventure Kathleen McClure Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Gideon Quinn has been an orphan, a dodger, a soldier, and a convict. The last thing he expected to be was a hero.

Wrongly convicted of treason, Gideon Quinn has spent six years harvesting crystal under the killing suns of the Morton Barrens, until the day a general of the Colonial Corps arrives with an offer of freedom—and a chance to clear his name.

Gideon doesn't have to think twice. He takes the offer, and with Elvis, his pet draco, on his shoulder, takes 'ship for the city of Nike in search of revenge… and justice (but mostly revenge).

What he finds is a dodger named Mia, a city steeped in corruption, and a menace buried deep at the heart of the Colonial Corps.

Now Gideon only has to survive long enough to uncover the real traitors, before they can bring Fortune's new and fragile peace to an explosive end.

Soldier of Fortune is the first standalone novel in the science-fantasy series, The Fortune Chronicles. If you like down-at-heels heroes, comic banter, and roller-coaster action, you'll love this genre-mashing thrill ride to the brave new world of Fortune.

Buy Soldier of Fortune today and learn why readers love Gideon Quinn!

Soldier of Fortune: A Gideon Quinn Adventure book review; book recommendations; Science Fiction books;.

User reviews about this book

  • Soldier of Fortune

    By Caught Dead in Wyoming
    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Well written. Nice twists to storyline. Great mix of personalities.
  • Soldier of Fortune: A Gideon Quin Adventure

    By Chrisrudd1
    Liked it enough to leave my first review. This is superb escapist fantasy, light and wity with enough clever historical and modern cultural references to force any least a few grins from anyone. Fans of Neal Stephenson and more genearally of witty sci-fi, fantasy and steam-punk will love it.
  • Excellent

    By seekerbee
    Great likable characters. Good story line and it builds into future episodes without leaving you hanging. I want to read more and get to know the characters and world of Fortune better.
  • Soldier of Fortune

    By Scott11024
    Great book. Action and great plot. Characters with depth. Smart reading.

Comments/Review section is closed