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Red Hope

An Adventure Thriller (Book 1)
Autor: John Dreese
Sprecher: Bob Reed
Serie: Red Hope, Titel 1
Spieldauer: 5 Std. und 58 Min.
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Aliens exist, and the Mars Curiosity rover just discovered their bones.

The first manned mission is rushed. Corners are cut.

Adventure. Betrayal. Disaster. Surprise.

Retired astronaut Adam Alston can't support his family. When NASA comes knocking for a mission leader, it's a match made in heaven - especially since their A-list team declined the haphazard mission.

And so did their B-list. But Adam doesn't know that. And neither does his family.

Ride along as four modern-day astronauts prepare and launch a quickly assembled adventure to discover what the Mars Curiosity Rover found right before it died. With time running out, the fate of humanity rests in the hands of four doomed travelers.

Who will make it back... and why won't the others?

About Red Hope: 

Red Hope is the first book of a fast-paced two-novel series. It has an entertaining ending with a mild cliff-hanger leading into the final book, called Blue Hope. Red Hope is intended for a general audience - you won't need a calculator or a slide rule to enjoy this adventure! 

©2014 John J. Dreese (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Good story if you ignore the science

This book tells a interesting story with lots of logical problems and flat characters. It feels like a first or second draft of a book that could be very good at some point.