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In this third audiobook in the Martian Front series, humanity fights for its existence.

As the Martian force tries to consolidate their position in the US, President Theodore Roosevelt gathers the best scientific minds and industry leaders to meet the Martian challenges. Staking everything on a roll of the dice, a joint army-navy force are in the midst of developing a landship to win the war. The big question is if they can complete it in time.

©2017 Winged Hussar Publishing, LLC (P)2018 Winged Hussar Publishing and Scott Washburn

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The excitement continues!

This book was excellent. It includes several battles, full of action and turmoil. It is a great step toward a conclusion.... however, it does not conclude the story, so I only gave it 4 stars. After some research, I have discovered that at least 2 more stories are planned, but are not necessarily continuously tied to this initial trilogy. This trilogy is being called "America in Flames." The other books coming out (according to Amazon - and these aren't audiobooks yet, either) are The Texas Front (December 2018), and Europe Ablaze (March 2019). Despite the fact that the story has not yet ended, I rather enjoyed this trilogy and do recommend it. Ray Greenley does an excellent job at narration, and I think Scott Washburn is a pretty enticing author. If you've listened to the first 2 books, you'll love this one. I recommend this series with some caution - it may not end, but at least the ride is a good one.

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The storyline and characters development was great. The battles were excellent. It‘s description was fantastic. We’re pushing back the margins and soon the United States and North America shall be liberated. Then on to South America, Europe, Asia and Africa. We are going to win because of the ironclad and the division growing between the earthborn Martians and the ones on Mars. It was great seeing many historical characters contributing to the story. I’m looking for to see what other characters will appear in the next books. It will be interesting to see what others changes are in for them. Onward to victory.

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Nice Ending to Interesting What-if? Historical Fic

Greenley does a great job narrating Washburn's wrap-up of The Great Martian War trilogy...(spoiler: or is it?) It was great to spend time with some well-developed characters and see how they end up in the next stage of the Martian war saga. As I was listening to this book on my daily commute, I could almost see the giant tanks and war machines the military cooked up in this book to fight the Martians. One day, I was so lost in the book I slowly rolled through a stop sign...and got pulled over (whoops.)

Overall, a solid conclusion to what I'll call a "what-if"/Sci-Fi/Historical fiction/War novel. Thanks for the great read/listen!

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Great Trilogy!

This is a great trilogy. Too bad there aren't more. Narrator not the best. Pretty Funny actually. Most of the voices were the same 2 or 3.

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  • Chris Halliday
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Simple but compelling

The Great Martian War novels, inspired by the war game All Quiet On The Martian Front, are written by Scott Washburn with a simple elegance that belies their origin. Ingeniously told from both the human and Martian viewpoints, these stories are full of heroism, tragedy and action. There are stirring battles, reversals of fate, and some fantastic technology - not all of it Martian. Ray Greenley does a fine job of bringing a huge cast of characters to life, giving each a unique voice