|Martian War, the (2005) [Novel]|
by Gabriel Mesta
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(From the publisher):
Classic science fiction author H. G. Wells’s most memorable and compelling novel was arguably The War of the Worlds, made even more famous by the notorious Mercury Theater radio production starring Orson Welles that became the “Night That Panicked America.” But what if the Martian invasion was not entirely the product of H. G. Wells’s vivid imagination? What if Wells witnessed something that spurred him to write The War of the Worlds not as entertainment but as a warning to the complacent people of Earth?
International bestselling author Kevin J. Anderson, writing here as Gabriel Mesta. explores that tantalizing theory in this unique, thrilling novel that expertly evokes the Victorian era. From drafty London flats to the steamy Sahara, to the surface of the moon and beyond, The Martian War takes the reader on an exhilarating journey with Wells and his companions—and is pure delight from start to finish.
Original title: The Martian War
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Alien Beings→ Alien Invasion & Post-occupation
Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Alien Beings→ First Contact
Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Adventure→ Space Travel & Exploration