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10 results found for "The New Mars" books

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book by John L. Manning Jr. (view book)
This book, like its predecessor, is very predictable. There is not really any mystery, and the whole story is expounding on what Mars is like. There is some Pod racing, but not as much as there was in the previous novel in the series. Most of the ...read more
Genres: Adventure, Science Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by John L. Manning Jr. (view book)
This novel does not go much further beyond what the back of the book suggests. The workers races as described on the back is detailed and mentioned over and over. The story then gets a little boring and redundant, only inserting a bit of suspense in ...read more
Genres: Science Fiction
Ages: 8 - 12
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book by Jennifer Lynn Barnes (view book)
Interview: Jennifer Lynn Barnes ...read more
Genres: Fiction, Juvenile Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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by John L. Manning Jr.
The CityDome goes up fast with many workers and Nano-tech. Some of the workers are staying at the CityDome and bring their families there to find work. The workers bring their children with them and find that the schools aren't ready, some people do ...read more
Genres: Adventure, Science Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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by John Manning
A family of four goes Mars for vacation. At Mars there are new domes with hotels, an amusement park and other fun activities that are used by vacationers at Mars. The story starts with the family landing on the moon to transfer to a Space Jet that ...read more
Genres: Adventure, Science Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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by John L. Manning Jr.
The story starts out with an introduction of investors investing into a project of turning Mars into a vacation spot with a retirement community. The workers of this project are looking for more to do during their off hours besides eat and sleep. ...read more
Genres: Science Fiction
Ages: 8 - 12
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book by David Lee Summers (view book)
I liked this book. I wouldn't say that it's the best book ever but it kept my attention. To be honest it was rather cliche as far as science fiction goes. The whole thing with the whales made me think of Star Trek IV The Voyage Home because ...read more
Genres: Science Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Annette Couch-Jareb (view book)
This book was interesting in some parts, but I felt that it was lacking in others. The setting, a small town on the Porpotank River, is beautifully described and came off as very real. However, the same cannot be said for some of the characters. ...read more
Genres: Fantasy
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Chad T. Douglas (view book)
First of all, I'd like to applaud Douglas for the jaw-dropping amount of cultural detail he weaves into Earthshine. Not only does he craft entire religions, political controversies, and class warfare for his fictional world, he also envisions ...read more
Genres: Science Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by James Valentine (view book)
This was a great book. It was real sci-fi, which made some things confusing because all of the new technology discussed in the story. The plot was pretty good, except there was no real rush of time at the end. But when Gen was trapped on Pompeii, it ...read more
Genres: Adventure, Fantasy, Fiction, Science Fiction, Series
Ages: 12 and up


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