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Summary

The Martians is an in-depth study of the theory that Mars was once a world that teemed with life. Perhaps, even, life not too dissimilar to ours. Incredibly, the Martians may still be there. Alive. The questions that this book asks and answers include the following:

  • What kind of society did the Martians have?
  • What caused their world to become harsh and desert-like?
  • Did global warming or nuclear war ensure the extinction of the Martians?
  • Are Martian artifacts strewn about the surface, just waiting to be found by the likes of NASA?
  • Has NASA already found such evidence, but chosen to withhold such monumental finds from the public and the media?
  • Could some form of the Martians still exist, deeply below the surface of the planet, in secure installations that allow them to ensure their civilization continues?
  • What do we know about the Martian environment, its atmosphere, and its landscape?

The Martians explores the CIA's top-secret search for the Martians, multiple photos of strange anomalies, and the latest revelations about the environment and water on Mars. And most tantalizing of all: Did an ailing Martian race come to Earth in past eons and were they confused with gods? The questions concerning life on Mars - then and now - are many. The answers are astounding.

©2020 Nick Redfern (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Unsuitable Narrator

Sounds like the narrator is doing a voice over for a 1960’s detective series. Possibly a decent book but read in such a way as to make it a boring listen. I gave up after chapter 2.

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  • 19-09-21

BRILLIANT BOOK

This is by far the best audiobook I have ever engaged. The content is erudite and answers may questions or addresses them concerning a supposed Race of Beings alien or modified in some way co-inhabiting this world.
The narration is smooth and emotive in a correct way. It feels as though the speaker is talking to you which he is but but he it feels natural and expressed correctly. Very rare!

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Well worth a listen.....

Well worth a listen and I'm pleased that I decided to purchase. Nick Redfern provides a comprehensive well thought through book here. Having been fascinated since the first pictures of cydonia emerged and Graham Hancock 's book, I found that this added much to the topic. The narration was good although I'd have personally preferred an English accent but that really is picky on a book I thoroughly enjoyed. Don't be put off by any negative reviews. Thank you Nick for another good book.

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  • 04-11-20

Will Exchange

Normally, I like N. Redfern’s material, but not this particular work. If the reader knows anything about the topic, there’s little new information to discover here.

The performance was dull.

The sound editor seemed to even get bored with the material. In Chapter 24, there’s an audio paragraph about “12,000 Olympic size swimming pools of organic matter” that’s repeated three times. Ooops.

I will be exchanging this title unfortunately.

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