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Sheik of Mars, Ben Wheeler

Sheik of Mars

Can a man save his true love from the tyrant of Mars?
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The Giant's Walk, David Skinner

The Giant’s Walk

An astronaut seeks the miraculous intervention of a beatified priest, who a century before had pursued a giant to Mars.
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The Fifth Man: Writers’ Journey Edition

Valkerie Jansen is tough, beautiful, and soon to be the most envied woman on earth — she’s just discovered life on Mars.
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Oxygen: Writers’ Journey Edition

Valkerie Jansen is tough, beautiful, and has an uncanny knack for survival. But does that explain why NASA picks her to be part of a crew to Mars?
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Offworld

Nothing could prepare the astronaut crew for what they discover when they step foot back on planet Earth. Everyone … everywhere … is gone.
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The Return

Rear Admiral John Wells didn’t hesitate to lead a third NASA team to Mars, but he never dreamed that one day they’d look out their laboratory module into the lights of a slow-moving vehicle not their own. Book 3 of the Mars Hills Classified series by Austin Boyd.
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The Proof

Captain John Wells and his NASA colleagues undertake an aggressive mission to the Red Planet, hoping to discover not only whether there is life on Mars but whether it is advanced and imperialistic. Book 2 in the Mars Hills Classified series by Austin Boyd.
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The Evidence

Terrorists cripple the nation’s capital and security systems. While the world looks to the Middle East for blame, sudden images off the plains of Mars offer a staggering alternative. Book 1 in the Mars Hills Classified trilogy by Austin Boyd.
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The Fifth Man

During the first manned mission to Mars, Valkerie Jansen has made the discovery of a lifetime — evidence of past life on Mars. But who — or what — is Valkerie’s “fifth man”? And why is it trying to keep them from going home? By John Olson and Randall Ingermanson.
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Mission 5: Sole Survivor

When Tyce’s best friend, Director Rawling McTigre, and three other scientists are buried alive on Mars, Tyce doesn’t think things can get any worse. But he is sorely mistaken. Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
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Mission 4: Hammerhead

A deadly comet catapults toward Mars. Only one thing can break up the comet before it does damage: the new Hammerhead torpedo. Tyce Sanders only has two weeks to master it … and someone’s trying to stop him. Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
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Oxygen

In the year 2012, Valkerie Jansen’s life dream becomes a reality when she joins NASA’s first manned mission to Mars. But dreams turn suddenly to nightmares as an explosion cripples the spacecraft on the outward voyage.
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Mission 3: Time Bomb

As Tyce approaches the strange black boxes on the Martian landscape, he makes a startling discovery: one that could change life for everyone in the universe. That is, if he lives to uncover the truth. Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
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Mission 2: Alien Pursuit

A tekkie is found unconscious in the plant lab. Worse, it looks like teeth and claws have ripped his space suit! Fourteen-year-old Tyce Sanders does not believe aliens exist, but this may force him to rethink this view. Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
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Mission 1: Oxygen Level Zero

Oxygen is leaking out of the dome, and the scientists and tekkies are stumped. The next supply ship from Earth isn’t due for days. Will fourteen-year-old Tyce Sanders solve the mystery in time? Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
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That Hideous Strength

A sinister technocratic organization is gaining power throughout Europe, and it is up to Dr. Elwin Ransom and his friends to squelch this threat by applying age-old wisdom to a new universe dominated by science.
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Out Of The Silent Planet

Dr. Elwin Ransom is abducted by a megalomaniacal physicist and his accomplice and taken via spaceship to the red planet of Malacandra. There he eludes his captors, risking his life and his chances of returning to Earth.
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