The Man Who Crossed Worlds (Miles Franco #1)



The Man Who Crossed Worlds (Miles Franco #1) Heart Pounding, Stomach Kicking, And Noir Drenched, The Man Who Crossed Worlds Is Urban Fantasy With A Twist Of Pulp And Served In A Dirty Glass.All Freelance Tunneler Miles Franco Wants Is A Bit Of Freedom And A Couple Of Bucks To Rub Together So When The Cops Haul Him Downtown For Illegally Smuggling The Natives Of Another Dimension To Earth, He Ll Take Any Chance He Can Get To Stay Out Of The Pen And Funnily Enough, The Cops Have Just The Job For Him.A Mysterious Interdimensional Drug Smuggler Is Staking His Claim On Miles City, And A Drug War Is About To Kick Off That Will Make The City Look Like The Set Of A Post Apocalyptic Horror Movie As A Tunneler, Miles Knows All About Interdimensional Transport, And The Cops Need His Help Cutting Off The Drug Lord S Supply Before It Reaches Earth.But It Doesn T Take Long Playing Police Lapdog Before Miles Realizes This Ain T No Ordinary Drug He S Dealing With Snooping Around In Gang Business Is A Dangerous Job In A City Where Everyone S On The Take And The Gangsters Play For Keeps.And There Are A Lot Of Ways A Nosy Tunneler Can Disappear.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 280 pages
  • The Man Who Crossed Worlds (Miles Franco #1)
  • Chris Strange
  • English
  • 27 August 2017

10 thoughts on “The Man Who Crossed Worlds (Miles Franco #1)

  1. Michelle, the Bookshelf Stalker Queen of the Undead says:

    Badass Hidden Gem..http badassbookreviews.com badass hCome and read my review athttp badassbookreviews.com review tor below.I am not a Harry Dresden fan There, I said it I don t know why, but Jim Butcher s series never captured my attention Because of my lack of love for Harry, I thought I just didn t like male protagonists in urban fantasy novels I know, it s quite the leap to make but ...

  2. Think says:

    This story is an action packed thrill ride and I loved it from beginning to end For such heavy content, the book is written with a great amount of humor This is supplied mostly by Mr Miles Franco, the main character Miles is a Tunneler with a soft heart, a hard fist and a shit load of bad luck The novel is written in 1st person from the point of view of Miles I liked this very much because I felt I understood himas a character Also, being inside the mind of Miles is sometimes a trip This story is an action packed thrill ride and I loved it from beginning to end For such heavy content, the book is written with a great amount of humor This is supplied mostly by Mr Miles Franco, the main character Miles is a Tunneler with a soft heart, a hard fist and a shit load of bad luck The novel is written in 1st person from the point of view of Miles I liked this very much because I felt I understood himas a character Also, being inside the mind of Miles is sometimes a trippy thing.The writing style of Chris Strange is very fluid Character story lines flow in bits and pieces that join together at just the right times Like waves crashing on a shore, that is how the big A ha moments that come to Miles feel to the reader The descriptions Strange can muster from his mind are simply beautiful and grote...

  3. Nicole says:

    Got this book on special onand was pleasantly surprised by what appears to be the first book or nearly so of this author This book introduces us to Miles Franco, a jaded 30 something in a futuristic setting that, while not exactly post apocalyptic, seems like it might be heading that way The story avoids many of the pitfalls that have caused me to throw down other noir detective books in disgust I don t want to spell these out is there such a thing as anti spoilers but definite Got this book on special onand was pleasantly surprised by what appears to be the first book or nearly so of this author This book introduces us to Miles Franco, a jaded 30 something in a futuristic setting that, while not exactly post apocalyptic, s...

  4. Lori says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The following is my review of both THE MAN WHO CROSSED WORLDS and the very short prequel to to that novel called THE MAN WHO COULDN T BE BOUGHT.I have not read anything under the genre urban fantasy before so I have nothing to compare it to Therefore, this is my first introduction to any urban fantasy novel I have learned, with this novel anyway, that there are no rules to the world s involved This is a novel whereby the main character, Miles Franco, a...

  5. Mark Lucas-Taylor says:

    If you like Noir and you like Sci Fi then this book is definitely for you.I read this in two consecutive sittings and that only because I started in the early hours and at 0615 told myself No Not just another chapter before I fall asleep.Miles Franco the protagonist is a deeply flawed but basically decent guy who gets in way over his head when encouraged to assist the Bluegate PD, think Sin City mixed with Toon Town crossed with District 9 stirred with mob era Chicago in stopping a dan If you like Noir and you like Sci Fi then this book is definitely for you.I read this in two consecutive sittings and that only because I started in the early hours and at 0615 told myself No Not just another chapter before I fall asleep.Miles Franco the protagonist is a deeply flawed but basically decent guy who gets in way over his head when...

  6. Rachel Clayson says:

    I wanted to like itI really like the author Craig Schafer and so this book was recommended to me because it was similar, but it just simply isn t for me I will probably read the 2nd one just to see if I like the main guythe 2nd time around There ...

  7. Karen says:

    Miles is the opposite of what you might expect from a hero and he is the only good guy in the story I thoroughly enjoyed The Man Who Crossed Worlds I liked the tunneling fantasy, but it was Miles who made the book

  8. Pete says:

    When tunnels opened up between Earth and another dimension, a connection was made with a new race of people, the Vei Trade was established and governments quickly moved to regulate traffic between the two worlds Miles Franco is one of a small group of humans born with the gift of tunneling between the worlds He operates on the fringes, smuggling Vei human like creatures and Vei products to Earth from the other world, colloquially know as Heaven The story follows Miles as he s reluctantly c When tunnels opened up between Earth and another dimension, a connection was made with a new race of people, the Vei Trade was established and governments quickly moved to regulate traffic between the two worlds Miles Franco is one of a small group of humans born with the gift of tunneling between the worlds He operates on the fringes, smuggling Vei human like creatures and Vei products to Earth from the other world, colloquially know as Heaven The story follows Miles as he s reluctantly coopted by the police on Earth to prevent a gang war.Part detective and part science fiction, I had a lot of fun reading The Man Who Crossed Worlds I m a long way from being a fan of noir The breathless rush from one dan...

  9. Charlotte English says:

    These days it seems like the title of Urban Fantasy can be given out to anything that so much as involves a city somewhere This book is Urban with a capital U you can practically smell the stench of Bluegate, a city that s fallen a long, long way from grace There s nothing remotely pretty about this story.Miles Franco is a Tunneler, which means he can do entertaining stuff with reality and pop off to another dimension anytime he feels like it But that isn t too rare a skill in Bluegate What These days it seems like the title of Urban Fantasy can be given out to anything that so much as involves a city somewhere This book is Urban with a capital U you can practically smell the stench of Bluegate, a city that s fallen a long, long way from grace There s nothing remotely pretty about this story.Miles Franco is a Tunneler, which means he can do entertaining stuff with reality and pop off to another dimension anytime he feels like it But that isn t too rare a skill in Bluegate What s unusual about him is that, unlike almost everyone else in the city, he honestly means well He could ve taken a well paid job with one of the many city gangs if he didn t mind too much about incidental things like morality But he does, so he doesn t, and ends up living pretty rough in an apartment barely better than a shed.Being the only decent bloke also gets him into trouble When a dangerous new drug seems set to hit city circulation, Miles is dragg...

  10. Susan Ashcraft says:

    A few years before Miles Franco was born the Bores showed up No one knows for sure what caused them or why they were there, but the governments soon found ways to use them They ve found a way to make tunnels to another dimension The place they call Heaven is anything but Filled with a race of creatures similar to humans but with a much different perception of reality, it is the perfect place to smuggle things from, but there s so muchto it No one really knows the full depth of the t A few years before Miles Franco was born the Bores showed up No one knows for sure what caused them or why they were there, but the governments soon found ways to use them They ve found a way to make tunnels to another dimension The place th...

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