Tribe Master by Noah Layton (Tribe Master #1)
English | 2019 | Fantasy | ePUB | 318 Kb
Tribe Master : Build a tribe. Kill monsters. Bed beautiful women. Become a master.
After passing through a portal, test pilot Jack Hawthorne finds himself in the mysterious land of Agraria.
It has everything in abundance – beautiful women, plentiful resources, and more than a few things that want to kill him.
Now Jack must build his own tribe from the ground up if he wants to have a chance at surviving – and begin working towards the creation of his very own empire.
“I checked myself over for injuries. Aside from the bruising the parachute straps had caused around my shoulders I was fine.
I undid the clips and held one side in place before lowering myself down as far as I could. I released and took the drop, landing easily in the undergrowth.
It didn’t take long for me to remember my training – stop, think, observe and plan.
I had no idea where I was in the slightest. Logically I had to be somewhere near the base because there was no way that I could have travelled a thousand miles south and into the Amazon.
The problem was, of course, that I knew what I was seeing. This was a dense, tropical forest. I ain’t in Kansas anymore, Toto.
My plan of action should have been clear – find the wreckage of my jet, locate a signal and set off the emergency beacon. That was off the cards instantly, though; I had no way to find the jet. The smoke would have stopped billowing long ago.
Apart from my flight suit and my boots, I only had two things on my person. The first was the Glock .11 holstered against my left side. There were 13 rounds in the clip – I had only ever pulled the trigger on the firing range.
The other was the chain around my neck and the solid silver locket at the end of it.
The gun would be useful if I ran into anybody unfavourable, but it wouldn’t get me rescued.
I had to find a clearing or running water – or both. Most running bodies of water flow through some civilised area, but before I even sought out rescue I had to find a source of hydration.”