The Red Planet President : Detective Ace Sloan

  • by William Graham
  • Narrated by Richard Wilson
  • Series: Detective Ace Sloan
  • 1 hrs and 37 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In this continuation of the story line of The Red Planet Trilogy, 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, which founded the colonies on Mars, are aligned against her and devise ways to sabotage her political agenda. Against this highly charged political drama, the common citizens of 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.


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"Mars need strong women ..."

Continuing the story of the development of Mars. The new President starts her term of office with the introduction of new policies to bring prosperity to everyone, but many conservatives think the measures invade and will stop at nothing to reverse them.
Written almost as a news record, this is an interesting vision of two opposing ideals. The narration is excellent, fast but clearly delivered, with the voicings of the protagonists, especially those of the women, captured perfectly by Richard Wilson.
A must for anyone who heard the earlier Red Planet Trilogy.
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- Norma Miles

Continuation of the Trilogy

Would you recommend The Red Planet President to your friends? Why or why not?

I have a mars junky friend who likes to read anything and everything related to mars. I would recommend this to him.

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I was voluntarily provided a free copy of this book by the author / narrator / publisher and I'm leaving an unbiased review.

I had read "The Red Planet Trilogy" from the same author earlier. I had found that book to be more of a political dram than a sci-fi book. Compared to that one, this novella is definitely better. But since this one has just one short length story, I was left wanting more. Imo, the story could've been fleshed out more. But, if you are looking for a quick read, this book will meet your needs.

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- Bikram Agarwal

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-09-2015
  • Publisher: William Graham