Set in an experimental community on Mars in the year 2039, The Robot Wars series features 14-year-old virtual reality specialist Tyce Sanders. Life on the red planet is not always easy, but it is definitely exciting. Tyce finds that the mysteries of the planet point to his greatest discovery—a new relationship with God. He talks about his growing faith and curiosity in a manner that kids can relate to as they are probably wondering some of the same things. Each book contains two exciting adventures. In the first adventure, the Mars project is in trouble and only Tyce holds the key. In the second adventure, Tyce has discovered there may be killer aliens on the loose.
Robot Wars is a repackaged and updated version of Mars Diaries. There are now five books in the series; each book contains two stories. These new books contain a foreword about how far science has brought us.
Fairly good scifi, barely Christian
The science fiction is fairly good teenage fare. It's exciting and believable. The hero is marvelous. The stories are fun. The bad guys are the leadership which may be the truth in the world today, but it certainly does not help youth aspire to leadership.
But it was presented as Christian and it's not. There is a baseline mainline belief in God which is presented as an obvious, necessary belief, but there's no personal relationship or savior.