The truth of discovery is on mankind's horizon, a Red Horizon.
For nearly four long years, the world's superpowers have mobilized their people and resources in preparation for the next discovery, Mars.
The race against one another pales in comparison to the inherent dangers of travelling through the vastness of the cosmos, going where mankind has never gone before. Facing the hostile and challenging environment of space, and nations ready to do anything it takes to win, Richard, 'Rock' Crandon pulls his team together in an attempt to reach the alien technology on the red planet first, and discover the intent behind the alien species.
Will mankind tear itself apart in the name of discovery, or will the truth reveal something more sinister, the true intent of the aliens?
©2016 Salvador Mercer (P)2017 Podium Publishing
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5 out of 5 stars
By Dunnyseven on 16-02-18

Deadly Ending.

Better than first book
Martian Class could be a great Film.
A very good read

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5 out of 5 stars
By Nautilus on 03-01-18

great story, great narration.

the story is well written and keeps you in the edge of your seat, finished with a cliff hanger so bring on the next chapter.
Mark Boyett is flawless as always.

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4 out of 5 stars
By bswest5 on 05-03-18

Strong ending saves the day

I loved the first book and was ecstatic to see this get an audiobook. It wasn’t quite to the level of Lunar Discovery - it took far too long to get going, and the character development felt much more clunky - but the ending was excellent. I look forward to book 3!

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3 out of 5 stars
By Andrew Sterling Hanenkamp on 01-02-18

Re-listen to book one first

The story is fine. Clearly, this is an epic just getting started. What annoys me though is that it's been a few months since I listened to the first but the author assumes you have a good memory of all the minutiae of his first story in the series. Some authors do a great job reminding you of details so you think, oh yeah, that's why this is important. Some do an even better job and make it so that even if you failed to read the first one, you can still follow it. Mercer does neither of those things here, not even a little bit. So the characters felt completely undeveloped and not compelling because the reader is clearly expected to remember all that stuff from the first book. There's even at least one scene that makes an oblique reference to an event that happens in the first book with no lead in and no explanation and left me completely nonplussed. So, don't do what I did, if you listened or read the first one months ago, give it a fresh skim first before listening to this one or you'll probably be as uninterested in the continuation of this story going forward as I am now.

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