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  1. Bit& Bit& says:

    It’s the future and the Red Planet has been colonised covered with huge interconnecting domes filled with oxygen and with an artificial gravity system to mimic that of Earth at least it’s enough for Earth’s inhabitants to travel there for a whileOn Mars mining is or was the planet’s main moneymaker In its heyday an ore was discovered beneath the surface Extremely valuable it created a gold rush type scenario resulting in rapid terraforming and mass mining operations but like gold the ore became harder and harder to find and the mines deeper and dangerousFar beneath the surface a miner is digging his own tunnel He doesn’t know why only that he feels compelled to dig Above ground the miners are becoming increasingly violent maybe it’s because they’re overworked and underpaid Maybe it’s because the Delta Dig isn’t producing ‘live’ ore Maybe it’s because their tools and euipment are old outdated and inadeuateor maybe it’s something malicious in natureWith a megalomaniac planning to assume control of the planet by any means possible the people of Mars must band together against a never before seen threat after a mining disaster has unexpected conseuences EXCERPT from the personal log of Edgar LourdesThe miners’ helmets were pierced by drilling euipment wielded by human hands I say it was human hands because shrapnel wouldn’t have broken the glass in the way I observed I have seen exposure accidents a few times but this was an absolute nightmare The drill had managed to break through the glass and into the men’s faces The depressurization process sucked out anything that was looseZombies? On Mars? Why the hell not? It certainly adds another dimension to the run of the mill zombie survival story especially when the survivors have to worry about airlocks and depressurisation But this isn’t just a story about zombies it’s about a revolution about people with a common goal or at least a shared enemy working together to help each otherI really enjoyed The Dawn of Mars it’s well paced kept my attention and delivered a satisfying conclusion The good guys are likeable and the baddies are delightfully villainous The lack of contractions used in speech between characters made the dialogue seem a tad too formal at times and there's some word repetition easily fixable stuff35Reviewed for Bit'N Book Promoters web | facebook | twitter


  2. AudioBookReviewer AudioBookReviewer says:

    ABR's original The Dawn of Mars audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook ReviewerIn the not too distant future Mars has become the bastard child of Earth ignored and abused The thousands of inhabitants living and working in the several large domes are beholden to the corrupt and abusive mining corporation Everyone mines for the energy rich mineral earth will pay dearly for or die trying not much else mattersBecause of its distance from earth the corporate leadership has devolved into a dictatorship drunk with its own power They devise a plot to release a mind control virus into the air system so they can use the workers to mine the energy rich ore faster and cost effectively Unfortunately the virus is released prematurely and life devolves into a zombie apocalypse on a Martian scaleZombie plots are always ridiculous dead or dying humans who eat brains defying physics and physiology But that doesn’t mean we don’t love reading listening and watching them They are just fun So as Mars crumbles into a civil war the zombies are eating everyone’s brains and all is mayhem That’s the good partDawn of Mars isn’t a bad book but it is kind of cringe worthy at times Many of the characters are two dimensional such as the evil hit man with no redeeming ualities who just loves killing and torture; or the corporate leader who wants to destroy everyone and everything so he can be in power There isn’t much logic in being king of a junk pile but that seems to be his goal On the other side the good guys continually get out of impossible jams while simultaneously forming a new government fighting overwhelmingly superior fire power beating back hungry zombies and devising a cure for the pandemicThe story is read by Roberto Scarlato He has a good clear voice but tends to read somewhat slowly and with strange inflections getting in the way of the story never uite transparent so that you always know he’s thereOK the plot and science aren’t exactly plausible but it is a fun story none the less If you go in knowing what you are getting you’ll enjoy the rideAudiobook provided for review by the author


  3. Kathryn Theulen dailey Kathryn Theulen dailey says:

    A New world for us to exploreWould you consider the audio edition of The Dawn of Mars to be better than the print version?Yes I like to cook drive clean and sometimes listen while I'm at work With a book I'd have to put it down to get anything done Plus a good narrator can bring a book to life that I might not have been able to get into otherwiseWhat was one of the most memorable moments of The Dawn of Mars?When the star ships showed up and were threatening to start a war on the planet Mars if the major didn't give up command of the planet That was pretty intense I was glad the author decided to go with the reasonable solution for the captain of the ship in the leadWhich character – as performed by Roberto Scarlato – was your favorite?All the main characters were pretty intense Max Lupine was the bad guy trying to take over He was a believable character I can imagine a top official doing what ever it takes to be 1# and take control of everythingWas this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?No only because it was a little long for that But I did enjoy the book and would listen to a book 2 when it comes outAny additional comments?I was provided this audio book at no charge by the author publisher andor narrator in exchange for an unbiased review


  4. Annie Annie says:

    I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Its ok as far as a zombie story goesinteresting twistthought it was going to be excitingbut it wasn'tRoberto's narration was goodand overall a decent bookjust not going into my fave listBasically a virus was manufactured to make mine workers productive and it goes terribly wrongthe man who does this is the head representative of Mars Max Lupine decides to try and cover his tracks by cutting off all communication with earth and starting a warhe then decides just to demolish most of Marswell a group of people including scientists and military get involved and save the dayThank you Audiobookblastdotcom


  5. Hellvis Hellvis says:

    It’s the future and the Red Planet has been colonised covered with huge interconnecting domes filled with oxygen and with an artificial gravity system to mimic that of Earth at least it’s enough for Earth’s inhabitants to travel there for a whileOn Mars mining is or was the planet’s main moneymaker In its heyday an ore was discovered beneath the surface Extremely valuable it created a gold rush type scenario resulting in rapid terraforming and mass mining operations but like gold the ore became harder and harder to find and the mines deeper and dangerousFar beneath the surface a miner is digging his own tunnel He doesn’t know why only that he feels compelled to dig Above ground the miners are becoming increasingly violent maybe it’s because they’re overworked and underpaid Maybe it’s because the Delta Dig isn’t producing ‘live’ ore Maybe it’s because their tools and euipment are old outdated and inadeuateor maybe it’s something malicious in natureWith a megalomaniac planning to assume control of the planet by any means possible the people of Mars must band together against a never before seen threat after a mining disaster has unexpected conseuencesEXCERPT from the personal log of Edgar LourdesThe miners’ helmets were pierced by drilling euipment wielded by human hands I say it was human hands because shrapnel wouldn’t have broken the glass in the way I observed I have seen exposure accidents a few times but this was an absolute nightmare The drill had managed to break through the glass and into the men’s faces The depressurization process sucked out anything that was looseZombies? On Mars? Why the hell not? It certainly adds another dimension to the run of the mill zombie survival story especially when the survivors have to worry about airlocks and depressurisation But this isn’t just a story about zombies it’s about a revolution about people with a common goal or at least a shared enemy working together to help each otherI really enjoyed The Dawn of Mars it’s well paced kept my attention and delivered a satisfying conclusion The good guys are likeable and the baddies are delightfully villainous The lack of contractions used in speech between characters made the dialogue seem a tad too formal at times and there's some word repetition easily fixable stuff35Reviewed for Bit'N Book Promoters


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The Dawn of Mars [KINDLE] ❄ The Dawn of Mars By Jeff Ferry – Thomashillier.co.uk Revolution has come to Mars Max Lupine has been secretly creating a virus to pacify and enslave the populace However a mining accident triggers a premature release of the virus and sets off a pandemic Revolution has come to Mars Max Lupine has been secretly creating a virus to pacify and enslave the populace However The Dawn PDF/EPUB or a mining accident triggers a premature release of the virus and sets off a pandemic that causes the majority of the populace to become mindless killers Beverly Gibson lead scientist of the Delta Dig tries to rally a resistance not only to battle the infected that roam the populated living domes of Mars but to stop Max Lupine from consolidating his despotic power Beverly is assisted by Edgar Lourdes who is the only man on the planet with the ability to diagnose and combat the virus He must discover how the virus was created and how to save the millions of people living on Mars Recently arrived Thomas Stargell must battle across the Martian landscape to find Beverly's resistance group and help them break Max Lupine's control of the communications on Mars He must attempt to contact Earth and hope they will come to the aid of the beleaguered Martians When Lupine discovers how to control the infected the stage is set for a final showdown to find out who will control the future of Mars Beverly's rebels and Lupine's forces meet in a climactic planet wide showdown that will cost many their lives and force the people of Mars to become revolutionaries or find themselves under the control of a madman.

  • Paperback
  • 298 pages
  • The Dawn of Mars
  • Jeff Ferry
  • English
  • 11 June 2015
  • 9781492776826

About the Author: Jeff Ferry

I live in New Jersey with my wife and daughter where I work as a mailman and a member of The Dawn PDF/EPUB or the United States Air Force I host the award winning podcast Jay and Silent Bob Minute and I also co host a podcast that celebrates the career of Sylvester Stallone aptly titled Slycast Both of these are available on all streaming platformsI've been writing for years and have recently published my first boo.