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In this third audiobook in the Martian Front series, humanity fights for its existence.

As the Martian force tries to consolidate their position in the US, President Theodore Roosevelt gathers the best scientific minds and industry leaders to meet the Martian challenges. Staking everything on a roll of the dice, a joint army-navy force are in the midst of developing a landship to win the war. The big question is if they can complete it in time.

©2017 Winged Hussar Publishing, LLC (P)2018 Winged Hussar Publishing and Scott Washburn

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Simple but compelling

The Great Martian War novels, inspired by the war game All Quiet On The Martian Front, are written by Scott Washburn with a simple elegance that belies their origin. Ingeniously told from both the human and Martian viewpoints, these stories are full of heroism, tragedy and action. There are stirring battles, reversals of fate, and some fantastic technology - not all of it Martian. Ray Greenley does a fine job of bringing a huge cast of characters to life, giving each a unique voice

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  • 26-07-18

Great Trilogy!

This is a great trilogy. Too bad there aren't more. Narrator not the best. Pretty Funny actually. Most of the voices were the same 2 or 3.