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"One of the most thrilling writers working today. Miss him at your peril." - Blake Crouch, Wayward Pines


When an alien entity lands in the remote Appalachian Mountains, clairvoyant psychology professor Tamara Leon senses a disturbance long before anyone else notices subtle changes in the environment.

Then a few people are infected, falling under the influence of the otherworldly invader. With Windshake's annual spring festival coming, the town is full of visitors, unaware of the otherworldly menace creeping toward them from the woods.

Tamara teams up with a drunken dirt farmer and a disillusioned tycoon to take on the entity before a biological mutation takes root and destroys the world. But will her telepathic link with the alien destroy her first?


"Fast paced and always creepy, this is one author that aims to kill and never misses.” – Jeremy Robinson, author of INSTINCT and THRESHOLD

"Hold onto your pants, because Nicholson is about to scare them off."- J.A. Konrath, ORIGIN

"Always surprises and always entertains."- Jonathan Maberry, PATIENT ZERO and ROT & RUIN

"A fresh and true voice that will affect you, disturb you, enrage you, or make you laugh. He will not, however, leave you cold."--Kevin J. Anderson, co-author of the Dune series


Author's preferred and DRM-free edition of the 2003 paperback. From the bestselling author of 20 thrillers, including THE RED CHURCH, ZOMBIE BITS, the SOLOM supernatural series, and the AFTER post-apocalyptic thriller series. Visit him at


The Harvest
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The harvesr
May 28th, 2015
Not very good writing. The story just was not very interesting. This alien invaion stuff has been done better.
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March 2nd, 2015
This is an easty read with a few twits....First time I have read a book by Scott - I just purchased Creative Spirit and can't wait to start it.
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April 12th, 2014
As a gardener I can tell you that there is nothing more contagious than a weed - and this book - THE HARVEST - is crammed FULL of an invading species that is basically a virulent weed. So right off the bat THE HARVEST creeps me out. THE HARVEST is old-school novel of space invasions - not the "OH MY GOLLY THEY ARE SHOOTING DOWN THE AIR FORCE" Independence Day style military space invasions - but more along the lines of the creeping paranoia of John Carpenter's THE THING - or better yet, John W. Campbell's "Who Goes There". Think THE TOMMYKNOCKERS with a little bit more sense of continuity. In fact, that last comparison is maybe the best of all. THE HARVEST reads like an old-school Stephen King novel - the kind of book where you KNOW that there is something go on in the woods just outside of town - something that is creeping like a case of galloping fungi into town - and only a handful of determined and stalwart redneck heroes stand in the way of the complete and total subjugation of the human race. I've got to tell you that I really enjoy that whole scenario and I really enjoyed the heck out of Scott Nicholson's THE HARVEST. You will too. yours in storytelling, Steve Vernon
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