H.E. Wilberson’s The Martian Diaries, Volume 1: The Day of the Martians is an attempt to create a sequel to the famous, and infamous, War of the Worlds, by H.G. Wells.
The Parallels runs several concurrent storylines but the main focus of the book concerns an assasination and the various people tasked with solving the crime
Henry glanced one last time at the broken body in the ruins of the ship. “I’m sorry,” he said, having no idea how he should feel, or what he should say.
Tales comprises 6 short stories, a glossary, and details on the main non-human species the book takes as its focus, the Manderians
“It might be the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen,” Henri said, managing to pull his gaze away from the spectacle and look Winifred in the eyes.
M3GAN had an opportunity to do something great here.
Sleep was no help. He dreamed of being with Angela, having an infinite dinner at a fancy restaurant.
I couldn’t help but have flashbacks when reading it, to the time I was a kid and saw Disney’s Escape to Witch Mountain.
“I am not incompetent!” Ginsein said to himself, unfortunately at precisely the moment when another person walked passed him with a business-like gait.
Jose Soares asked, turning in her seat to give the ship’s junior engineer the stink-eye.