Blood Red Dust (Generation Mars #1)

Blood Red Dust (Generation Mars #1) By Stuart Aken, Blood Red Dust Generation Mars As people struggle to survive in an increasingly hostile climate on Earth plans are afoot for the preservation of the human race Mars already occupied by commercial mining interests is the only via
  • Title: Blood Red Dust (Generation Mars #1)
  • Author: Stuart Aken
  • ISBN: 9781909163638
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
  • Blood Red Dust (Generation Mars #1) By Stuart Aken, As people struggle to survive in an increasingly hostile climate on Earth, plans are afoot for the preservation of the human race Mars, already occupied by commercial mining interests, is the only viable option The Chosen are sent to colonise the new world and germinate the seeds of their new Utopia But dark forces not only want to halt the plan, they want to see the enAs people struggle to survive in an increasingly hostile climate on Earth, plans are afoot for the preservation of the human race Mars, already occupied by commercial mining interests, is the only viable option The Chosen are sent to colonise the new world and germinate the seeds of their new Utopia But dark forces not only want to halt the plan, they want to see the end of all human life, everywhere If mankind survives the divinely inspired crusade of death from dogma driven martyrs, will The Chosen s new Utopia be the real route to salvation
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    1. Stuart Aken

      Reading from infancy Writing stories since I could hold a pencil Always fascinated by the power of words to entertain, illuminate, transform, educate, and influence Stories are fundamental to our psyche we all love them It s an honour to be privileged to tell my own versions of tales that have abounded for millennia.Fantasy fascinates me that ability to enter an imagined world and witness events not always shackled by Earthen rules Science Fiction allows speculation on our future what will happen if we carry on in certain directions, and what will occur if we allow developments that might actually threaten our very existence Romance is fundamental human relationships and love, with its opposite, hate, forms the roots of most stories.As I say to all my readers Enjoy the read

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    1. Science, Sex and Death Cults Brilliant hot women, talented men Blood Red Dust is a very different and innovative kind of book The story is told in a kind of Big Brother Diary Room style of record, only instead of seeing and hearing the video clips we read a description of who is speaking and how they sound and then their words and what happens in the clip.The year is 2074 and humanity has begun to settle the solar system with colonies on the moon, the asteroid belt and Mars Earth is dying and th [...]


    2. Move over Isaac Asimov.Stand aside Arthur C Clarke.Tip your hat Frank Herbert.There s a new voice and a quite robust imagination lighting up the sci fi literary cosmos and one that speaks with a mythically crisp British accent.Throughout much of 2016, novelist Stuart Aken has documented the word count progress on what would become BLOOD RED DUST to his 17 000 plus website followers This utterly absorbing magnum opus from the English author delivers a master class in world building a complex, ful [...]


    3. The trick to writing a good science fiction novel set in the future is to avoid getting so lost in describing how civilization arrived at the present point in your world s history that the actual story and character development take a secondary role to countless pages of backwriting and detailing future gadgetry and technology Happily, that is not the case here In Blood Red Dust, Stuart Aken skillfully creates a sobering view of Earth s last days, as reported by the first colonists of Mars His O [...]



    4. It is the year 2074 and humanity on earth is all but over Life now rests on the shoulders of 12 of the Chosen, 8 woman 4 men who are the elite of the elite Selected for their high intelligence, physical prowess, of course, their impressive libido They are in the midst of establishing a new colony on the desolate planet of Mars, preparing to rebuild humanity from the ground up in this dangerous foreign environment The narrative of the book is told from each individual s video diary entries, simil [...]


    5. TLDR 4 5 if you re a fan of science fiction or like playing games where you discover the story through reading lore and finding pages you ll like it If not, then you will still probably like it, but the formatting may take some getting used to.Review Blood Red Dust Generations Mars Volume 1 is a science fiction novel written as though it were a documentary or really like a reality television show in which different cameras are used to document different characters known collectively as The Chose [...]


    6. Blood Red Dust by Stuart Aken is a SF story about twelfe chosen ones to create a new community on Mars.SF is not my favorite genre hereby I was happily surprised that there was no written extensively about technical details, because I definitely would have lost my attention The most eye catching of this book is the chosen narrative style The story is told by means of reports diaries of the characters involved in the story Characters in the first person written, telling the complications from the [...]


    7. The first of Stuart Aken s Generation Mars books takes three major contemporary social drivers capitalism, religious fundamentalism and liberalism and transplants them to Mars following economic and environmental collapse on Earth The story takes the innovative form of a study based on recordings made by representatives of all three drivers with the most positive spin given to utopian liberals The Chosen.The Chosen make a good case for social and sexual advantages gained by removing the other tw [...]


    8. This is a good sci fi read It tells of a calamity on Earth that reflects some of the concerns and troubles of modern times, and of the resultant efforts to save some of humanity by colonising Mars It s told as a series of historical records, but despite the fragmentary style is does feel like a coherent style.I wasn t a big fan of the Chosen, the superior smugness is a bit grating over time To an extent all of the characters feel like they represent different aspects of humanity, which gives it [...]


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