Go back to Mars and view the first years of the Presidency.
4 out of 5 stars
The Red Planet President picks up where The Red Planet Trilogy left off, and into the first years of the new Mars President. Follow different characters around her as her presidency is challenged, taken over, and then fought for in the end.
The narration, like the trilogy; done by Richard Wilson was great. Almost perfect. His voice really lends a hand to this story, and I found myself wishing that the story was longer so I could listen to him some more. It is definitely studio quality work done by an excellent narrator. I will be looking for more books by Mr. Wilson in the future.
This novella was good, it was great, but it was damn good. If you are a fan of political issues and political fights for power, this book is for you. I would recommend reading the trilogy first before reading because you will be missing some bigger pieces of the story (the murder case, the company, and a few other smaller details).
When read in order, these stories told a jumpy view (sometimes skipping lots of years) of the Martian planet colonies existence from early creation to full-blown independence. Overall, I would rate the story 4 stars, just as I did with the Red Planet Trilogy. I enjoyed the series, and will read more if more become available, but it just felt like it was missing something.
I received a free copy of this book from AudiobookReviewer.com in return for my honest review.
In this continuation of the story line of “The Red Planet Trilogy” (5-star reviewed), author William Graham weaves a compelling tale of political intrigue as Dr. Jane Starling, the first president of the newly formed Martian Republic, takes office. Her political foes at the corporations that had founded the colonies on Mars are aligned against her and devise ways to sabotage per political agenda. Against this highly charged political drama, the common citizens on Mars must make decisions about their own lives. This fast-paced drama not only takes us into the future but casts a bright light on many contemporary events. It’s a story with universal appeal and meaning. (The book is also available on audio format on Audible.com.)