The Martian Diaries: Vol. 1 The Day Of The Martians – A New War Of The Worlds Begins as Martian Tripods Return To Earth!
Winner of 5 awards in the 2020 Los Angeles Science Fiction Film Awards, Audio Drama category, together with volume 2 Lake On The Moon.
The terror of the coming of the Martians is all but a distant memory, a bad dream that has faded with time.... All George wants is a quiet suburban life but at breakfast one morning his newspaper reports the shocking discovery of a Martian cylinder, found intact and unopened, and carefully transported to London. Could it be from the first alien invasion, and after more than seven years are there Martians still inside – alive?
By teatime George learns even worse news – vengeance seeking Martians and their tripod fighting machines are already on their way back to Earth. The countless numbers of their projectiles have formed a huge green comet and invasion day will be just before Christmas.
The first attack by aliens was enough for any lifetime, but who would expect to be involved with two? How can our planet survive this new invasion and will George and his wife escape a second Martian apocalypse?
The Day Of The Martians continues the iconic Mars novel by H.G. Wells, in this exciting, unmissable action adventure – the first volume of The Martian Diaries science fiction series.
If you're a fan of The War Of The Worlds don't miss this award-winning 3 part continuation. Start the ebook today or check out the action-packed audio version featuring original music and sound effects.
WHAT PEOPLE HAVE SAID ABOUT THE AUDIO VERSION
"...a wonderfully executed tribute to H.G.Wells." Readers Favorite Reviews
"...sometimes in life, amongst all the boring stuff, something comes along to shake up your life and make you grateful for other people's creations." Breakaway Reviews
"A splendid sequel." C.A.Powell, science fiction author of The Last Days Of Thunder Child
"A little diamond from Mars!." Goodreads reviewer
"The Day of the Martians is a nostalgic trip back to bygone days spent reading science fiction classics, and that's quite a compliment indeed." Brandon Scott - SciFi Bloggers