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Mars Craves Men: A Gay Time Travel Sci-Fi Adventure

Narrated by: Ken Solin
Length: 3 hrs and 22 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)

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A gay time travel adventure that doesn't hold anything back.

It's 2899. After the destruction of Earth, the remnants of humanity struggle to survive on Mars. People still mate to reproduce the species, but the concept of pleasure has been lost. To the Martians, it's a forgotten luxury. Until....

The galactic overlord who destroyed Earth is returning. And he expects tribute. Specifically, a highly trained gay harem including the hottest men alive. If he's displeased by clumsy or untrained tributes, he'll finish the job of exterminating the human race. But how can men who've forgotten pleasure provide pleasure to anyone else? There's only one answer. Travel back into the past to recruit a famous authority to teach them all his secrets.

It's 2019. Clark is an underemployed film journalist. On a whim, he invents a fake degree and writes a book about how to convert straight men into hard-partying gays. The book is total satire. Anybody in the 21st century has to know that.

Trouble is, the men who use a time machine to scoop Clark into 2899 have never heard of satire. They need an honest-to-God expert on gay sensuality, and they think Clark is their man. Now he's got to save the human race or admit he's a total fake. Awkward.

This steamy 33,000-word novella includes encounters between consenting polyamorous adult males. This book is not a traditional gay romance with a traditional romance ending. Everybody's having fun saving the world in this story, and this hero really gets around as he moves between Earth and Mars, and between the 21st and the 29th centuries. Intended for open-minded listeners over the age of 18 with a sense of fun.

©2018 Bronson Biggs (P)2018 Bronson Biggs

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Earth Moved to Mars and Forgot How to Have Sex

A really silly, filthy premise, short at 3 hours. Designed to give you something silly and filthy to take your mind off the day, I guess! And it does just that. At least I hope this wasn't meant to be serious!

So, two men from Mars future come to 2018 and kidnap a man from Earth. They explain to him that Earth died and those who could be saved moved to Mars and established a colony there. Sex was regulated as procreation only, so over the centuries, they forgot how to have sex for fun. So their mission was to bring a homosexual man (because they are uninhibited) to their present who would teach them how to have gay sex. Let the Martian orgies begin!

Nothing deep, nothing meant to be serious literature. So just sit back and enjoy for a few hours of silly fun!

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Entertaining sexcapades in space

Entertaining science-fiction, time travel m/m story. I wouldn’t call it a romance or erotica. There was really nothing sensual about it. It seemed to me more of a tongue-in-cheek farce. There was a lot of sex, but really not enough depth to really care about the characters. There were some good laughs, and mostly it seemed a comedy of the absurd to me. The time shifts back and forth were a little confusing, and it was challenging to keep the sequence of events straight. I can imagine how the characters in the story felt! LOL The narration was ok. Since there were several characters, and all male, it was hard to give each a distinctive voice, but their mannerisms made it pretty easy to tell them apart. The delivery was smooth and casual...very easy on the ears.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • DianaP
  • Stow, OH USA
  • 11-28-18

Silly, filthy and fun

This book is an amusing time travel romp, raunchy and not for the easily offended.


I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

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Fun sci fi...

I had fun listening to Mars craves Men. It’s quite entertaining and the time travel keeps you on your toes. There’s lots of naked adventures and sex wonderment. It’s easy to listen and the narration is quite smooth.

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  • Cassi
  • ScrolMates Blog
  • 11-09-18

ok story but fell short for me

I grabbed this book because I was expecting it to just be a hot mashup up of orgies everywhere. Which it was but it fell short for me.

Clark is a little to into all the sex in a way that he feels like that leering guy at work that won’t stop staring at you and imagining you naked, so it was hard for my to find any of the interactions with him all that sexy. Also all of the sex scenes were told just a little to matter of factly for the steaminess to really grab onto me. And considering that the premise of most of the book I just didn't really get into it.

The plot line behind the sex wasn't all that bad though and was clever, I found the twist at the end and the surprising connection between Clark and another character a nice twist as well. The one character I did really like turned out to be a little backstabbing and unloyal so i was really disappointed in that and it kinda jumped around a little to abruptly from the past to future for me to be able to keep up with where I was a few times.

The Narration was good and probably the best part of the whole book.

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Space Sex R Us

If you like sci fi space sex then here you go. Gang bangs and juicy hot men. It was interesting. I didn’t love the narrator but he did a good job

This is an unbiased review with a credit from audiobookboom

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ok. Fun.

Humorous Sci fi diversion with a mash up hot M/M sex scenes in outer space .

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this is pretty good

If you like to listen or read about a gay gangbang then you will like this one

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  • Vince Marsters
  • 11-25-18

Steamy gay sex on Mars... To help save humankind

I'm not usually one for sci-fi romance but was entertained by this audiobook. It covers a bizarre encounter that leads to teleporting between earth now and Mars in the distant future (after the Earth is destroyed), with a heavy dose of gay sex thrown in for good measure.
I will admit that I felt the story was a bit meandering at times and was never seeking to reach its climax but towards the end there is a glimmer of hope for earth in the future.... If the plan to save humans in Mars succeeds.