Description - The Martian War by Gabriel Mesta
The classic science fiction novel THE WAR OF THE WORLDS by H.G. Wells secured a place in history following the notorious 1938 radio adaptation - performed in the style of a news broadcast that panicked the listening public. Arguably Wells' most memorable and compelling novel, THE WAR OF THE WORLDS describes the invasion of Earth by ruthless Martians. Everyone knows the story, but Gabriel Mesta ventures to ask, What if it wasn't just a story? What if it was an account based on actual historical events? In THE MARTIAN WAR, Mesta speculates that Wells was himself a witness to the struggle for control of planet Earth, plunged into an epic battle between Earthlings and Martians as Wells and his companions stand up against the alien menace.
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(210mm x 135mm x 18mm)
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
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Author Biography - Gabriel Mesta
Gabriel Mesta is better known as his alter ego of Kevin J. Anderson. He has over 16 million books in print in 29 languages. Readers are most familiar with his Star Wars and X-Files novels; the Young Jedi Knights series with his wife, Rebecca Moesta; the prequels to Dune with Brian Herbert; and his original SF epic, "The Saga of Seven Suns" -- Hidden Empire, A Forest of Stars, and Horizon Storms (in which "Gabriel Mesta" briefly appears as a fictional character). His previous "fantastic historical" novel, Captain Nemo (written under the not-so-clever pen name of K. J. Anderson), has been optioned for a feature film or a TV miniseries. For more information on his numerous projects, see his website, www.wordfire.com.