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Old 03-04-2011, 11:25 PM   #22
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More praise for Heirs of Mars from wonderful reader people:

"I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The characters are well defined and the reader is able to get a picture of the environment through the eyes of various characters as the story unfolds.

For some reason this story kept reminding me of Heinlein's "The Moon is a Harsh Mistress". There's no direct parallels, the characters and environment are unique, but that story still stuck in my mind as I read this one. Possibly something to do with conflict on a different planet while dealing with social biases not found elsewhere? I have no idea, but the thought was there.

The writing was clear, the story unfolded naturally and the pace of the story made me want to keep reading, even when I couldn't. The only disappointment was that the ending seemed to be too abrupt. Who knows? Maybe the author has plans to bring some of the characters back in a sequel.

This book is worth adding to your library. "
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