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Losing Mars

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  • Posted August 31, 2013

    (Source: Purchased on kindle from Amazon.co.uk) This is the thir

    (Source: Purchased on kindle from Amazon.co.uk)
    This is the third book in the ‘Saving Mars’ series, and kicks off a few days after the end of book 2 ‘Defying Mars’.
    **Warning – some unavoidable spoilers for books 1 and 2 ‘Saving Mars’, and ‘Defying Mars’.**
    Having stolen and ultimately destroyed her planets only ship capable of travelling from Mars to Earth, and stranded herself on Earth in the meantime, Jessamyn is left trying to solve several problems. The main one being how will she get back to Mars?

    Add to that the problems of staying out of the Chancellor’s way, and trying to rescue her captain Kipper who is currently in a coma, and Jess has got her hands full.
    Can Jess procure another ship? Can she rescue her captain? And how long until Chancellor Lucca Brezhnaya catches up with her?


    This was a brilliant third book in this sci-fi dystopian series.

    Jessamyn once again was the Jessamyn I’ve grown to love. She stayed strong, even in the face of betrayal and upheaval. Even dealing with the loss of her planets only interplanetary transport, the loss of her captain, and having her brother re-bodied, never mind being on the wrong planet, she still manages to plan, to make crucial decisions, and to always think about what is right. I love her spunk, I love her determination, and I love the way she loves her family and friends.

    The storyline in this book was great. We once again got tension, we got threats, we got explosions, and even though Jess wasn’t flying quite the way she was in the first two books, she still managed to cause mayhem, and wreck/lose multiple vehicles! Although she doesn’t crash everything she flies, she somehow manages to get through vehicles rather quickly!

    There was a bit of romance in this one, it wasn’t the main storyline at all, but it was nice to see the relationship that Jessamyn and Pavel have managed to build. The small snippets of romance that we got were great though, and I really hope that Jess and Pavel will find a way to stay together against the odds.

    The ending to this one was once again pretty spectacular, edge-of-your-seat, nail-biting stuff, and I loved every moment of it! Cidney – you have once again produced another spectacular book! Thank you so much!!
    Overall; a brilliant third book in this sci-fi dystopian series.
    9.25 out of 10.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 26, 2013

    A great read. I have enjoyed the whole series and would highly r

    A great read. I have enjoyed the whole series and would highly recommend. it. Quite a joy ride into space . 

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  • Posted May 1, 2013

    In Losing Mars, Cidney Swanson presents the third book of the Sa

    In Losing Mars, Cidney Swanson presents the third book of the Saving Mars series and tells of Jess, a Marsian Raider, who is stuck on Earth with seemingly no way to accomplish her mission of saving her planet.

    Why to buy this book: Once again, the writing is extremely solid. I blew through the book, and, in general, enjoyed it.

    Why not to buy the book: A flaw that crept up in the previous book really became apparent in this one. The protagonist comes across as being weak and whiny to an extent that it ventures into the territory of being annoying.

    Bottom Line: I don’t feel that the presentation of the character in this book is enough of a flaw to keep you from enjoying it if you liked the previous books, and I do plan on buying the next one when released. However, for me, it was definitely the weakest book in the series. 3 stars.

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    Posted August 5, 2013

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