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The Martian War
     

The Martian War

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by Kevin J. Anderson
 

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What if the Martian invasion was not entirely the product of H.G. Wells's vivid imagination? What if Wells witnessed something that spurred him to write The War of the Worlds as a warning?

From drafty London flats to the steamy Sahara, to the surface of the moon and beyond, The Martian War takes the reader on an exhilarating journey with Wells and his

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What if the Martian invasion was not entirely the product of H.G. Wells's vivid imagination? What if Wells witnessed something that spurred him to write The War of the Worlds as a warning?

From drafty London flats to the steamy Sahara, to the surface of the moon and beyond, The Martian War takes the reader on an exhilarating journey with Wells and his companions.

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From the Publisher
"An under-the-radar gem ... It's old-fashioned sci-fi adventure fun, written in a style friendly to today's comtemporary readers. I had a blast." – Bookgasm

“A fun adventure novel with a lot of thought put into it.” – Geek News Network

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781781161722
Publisher:
Titan
Publication date:
09/25/2012
Pages:
400
Sales rank:
507,711
Product dimensions:
5.36(w) x 7.84(h) x 0.96(d)

Meet the Author

Kevin J. Anderson is one of the world's bestselling sci-fi authors. He is the author of The Illustrated Star Wars Universe and the highly popular Jedi Academy trilogy of novels: Jedi Search, Dark Apprentice and Champions of the Force. Both his X-Files novels, Ground Zero and Ruins, were New York Times bestsellers and his original series, Terra Incognita, has been highly successful. He is also the author of Captain Nemo, published by Titan Books.

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The Martian War 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The pacing of this Steampunk novel about H.G. Wells' inadvertent campaign against the Martians' invasionary forces is good, and while the novel makes the same point about colonialism as the original War of the Worlds, there is also a strong subplot about a zoological approach to contact with an extraterrestrial.
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