The Fossil 3: Secrets of Mars, Book 3 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
It’s been 20 years since the first manned mission to Mars discovered a human fossil on the Red Planet.
Now, the democracies of the West are buckling under a new crisis emerging from Russia: 10,000 liberated Builders, now fully grown and no longer protected by the UN, are forced to flee. One country is ready to receive the descendants of Xinth: the Special Administrative Region of South Africa, where a lone Builder, Hortat, is running for president. The situation is unprecedented and around the world is giving rise to as much distress as it is hope for a better future for humanity.
Hortat wins but is mysteriously assassinated on election night.
To unravel the mystery, head of the Human Foundation Luther Karlhammer calls in a familiar face: former investigator Pano Hofer. He’s long since walked away from his old life as an investigator, but another name from the past, Agatha Devenworth, lures him out and draws him into a deadly plot.
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|Listening Length||10 hours and 58 minutes|
|Author||Joshua T. Calvert|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||30 November 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 9,420 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
62 in First Contact Science Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
334 in Adventure Science Fiction
543 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction
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Firstly - it's boring. Dull as dishwater.
Secondly - there is too much sermonising and nonsense Alien Lives Matter tosh.
Thirdly - I bought the original after doing a search for 'SCI FI' and 'Archeology'. The first book started off in this direction but by the third book, it was just a cop and secret service "thriller" (I use the term "thriller" loosely).
A common problem with near future dystopias is that they are nearly always the same. The sci fi in this story was mainly just augmented reality, self drive cars and the same old mind control and virus's from the first book. And these were in fairly short supply. Oh, yeah - genetic memory. Yawn.
Back again is the attempt to throw you into confusion about who is the goodie and who is the baddie. The trouble is, it is so badly written I can't believe anyone cares.
I only read it to the end through sheer pig-headedness ignoring every cue to dump the book.
If the CIA want to break the will of a 'extraordinary rendition' prisoner, they should make them read this crud.
This trilogy is definitely one to be enjoyed by every lover of a well written romping good story and I look forward to more from this brilliant young writer