Edited in September, the prequel to the Mars Frontier series, tells the story of the first manned mission to Mars.
Falcon is carrying humanity’s first manned mission to Mars in 2028. Four courageous astronauts are putting their lives on the line as the world eagerly watches.
As the astronauts struggle to survive isolation, insecurities, and each other, can they set mankind on the path to the stars?
For veteran Flight Director Douglas Schmidt, something doesn’t feel right. He’s been in NASA long enough to know when critical information is being withheld. Can he lay his fears to rest before the astronauts reach Mars? Little does he know that the NASA Administrator is hiding a secret. A secret that began when Falcon was built. A secret that could ultimately doom Falcon and its crew.
Deception is the prequel to the highly anticipated sci-fi human colonization series, Mars Frontier. If you like The Expanse or The Martian Chronicles, then you’ll love Paul Rix’s brand new human adventure to Mars.
Buy Deception to discover the astronauts’ fate today!
Edited in August, Discovery, the first in the Mars Frontier Series is full of intrigue.
Mars! Mankind’s next step in space exploration and colonization. Landing is the easy part. Survival? Well that’s another matter.
Mission specialist Georgia Pyke came to Mars with grand ideas to establish a legacy. Instead, she must face her personal demons and rely on Captain Winter to survive from one day to the next. Has she condemned herself to a lingering death on Mars?
As if inhospitable Mars isn’t a sufficient adversary for the astronauts, one of their own has been holding a grudge for six years. How far is that person prepared to go to exact their revenge?
The mission quickly becomes a matter of life and death for the twelve astronauts. As they struggle to establish a foothold on Mars, something is lurking out of sight. Something that will change them forever.
Discovery is the first book in the highly anticipated sci-fi human colonization series, Mars Frontier. If you like The Expanse or The Martian Chronicles, then you’ll love Paul Rix’s brand new human adventure to Mars.
If you’re looking for a fast-paced action adventure, get your copy of Discovery today!
Another busy month (703,000 words) with a wonderful variety of novels and lots of second in series, began with the second in the new Eva and Dan series by Solomon Carter followed by Federation and Earth, the second in this brilliant sci-fi trilogy by Tony Harmsworth. A complete change of pace next with an Anglo-Saxon murder mystery, Synnove: The King’s Cup Bearer by Caroline Goldsworthy and then it was back to science fiction for the final novel in the Starship Renegades series by S. J. Bryant.
Next was Buzzard House, the second in the Jonah Greene series by Graham H Miller followed by another second in series, Return from the Future by Gail P Griffiths, to be published shortly.
Read as a standalone story or, as Book 5 in the Guesthouse on the Green series
Two Christmases, two second chances. A heart-warming and laugh out loud O’Mara family Christmas story.
Roisin O’Mara has already suffered through a pre-Christmas, Christmas in London with her insufferable soon to be ex-mother-in-law and husband. Now with her son, Noah, and an unexpected extra guest in tow she’s arrived in Dublin for her second Christmas. It’s not just her family Roisin’s looking forward to seeing though. She hasn’t been able to stop thinking about Shay, the man she met on her last visit home.
But the timing was wrong. It still is and she’s not sure he’s someone she should let get close. Everybody deserves a second chance at love though, or so her mammy says, but will Roisin miss out on hers?
Cliona Whelan was a woman born before her time. She put her career before love in the days when a woman couldn’t have both and success came at a cost. Then, a Christmas card arrives offering her a second chance, but is it too late?
This year come and spend Christmas with the O’Maras. There’ll be laughter, and tears, a roaring fire to curl up in front of, mulled wine and cake, lots of cake.
A quick but emotional read - reading about the cruelty to the dog was heartbreaking but this was a lovely tale of the love and healing that animals can bring to our lives.
I would have given five stars but for the missed typos - a few t...
I get the impression that this could be a nice story but I've had to give up after forcing myself to go as far as 15% of the way through. If this novel has ever been near a remotely professional editor then the author was conned.
Another very enjoyable story but with a few niggles, hence the four stars rather than five. Maybe it's because I was tired but the editing issues grated on me more than in the first story and, do people really generally believe that 'ear...
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