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Publisher's Summary

When the first Martian capsule lands, Alex Smith is drawn to the scene out of curiosity and wonder. But soon he must flee, when the great alien striders begin devastating the countryside and harvesting the living bodies of men and women to drain their blood. Smith wanders south, being drafted into the Army, witnessing major battles between the Martians and the American troops, and following the trail of destruction all the way to San Francisco. There he finds a city deserted of human life. Mankind seems doomed, unless... A grand science-fiction adventure, inspired by H. G. Wells' War of the Worlds. War of Two Worlds, Book One.
©2011 Robert Reginald (P)2012 Wildside Press LLC
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2 out of 5 stars
By Dan Christensen on 06-16-15

A bucket of Suck

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

This book should be under young adult books. It's that bad. It should be for those who don't love Sci-fi or war of the worlds. I always wanted a tale to enhance or expand the War of the Worlds tale, maybe even an update. THIS IS NOT THAT BOOK. This takes the story of WotW's and pours a thick coating of cat box all over it.

Would you ever listen to anything by Robert Reginald again?

Only if I was an international terrorist and I was caught and exposed to constant torture I'm sure then I would be forced to listen to more of this guys poor story telling.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

It's hard to know it's it's the words or how they are said that suck so bad. Sorry Mark F. Smith you should not be reading books. Your tones great like the a summer road crew working over time in hot Nevada summer. The way you talk sounds like you are 17 and not a 17 on my way to college but a 17 on my way smoke a bowl.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

It did use Verbs, I found that acceptable.

Any additional comments?

This book fills a necessary void of books that should be turned into movies that star Matt Damon.

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