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As the war between Earth and Mars heats up, threatening the potential destruction of both parties, Alex Smith and his Martian friend, Big Guy, are caught right in the middle--between the humans and the aliens, between various factions of their own people, between the inherent difficulty of establishing communication between two such dissimilar intelligences. Unless Alex can find some way of bridging the gulf between the worlds, both sides will be left vulnerable to the threat posed by a third, much more dangerous alien race that's targeting both worlds. The stunning conclusion to the War of Two Worlds Trilogy!
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ISBN: 9781434443557
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The concluding book in the trilogy of the author's modern retelling of Wells's War of the Worlds. Like the middle volume, this is also more original and contains more modern science fiction ideas. Indeed, it is probably the best of the three, though that isn't saying overmuch in my view; much of the dialogue is banal and fairly dull, though a number of the human characters are better developed here than in the earlier books. The development of the alien way of thinking of the Martians is again well handled. 3.5/5more

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The concluding book in the trilogy of the author's modern retelling of Wells's War of the Worlds. Like the middle volume, this is also more original and contains more modern science fiction ideas. Indeed, it is probably the best of the three, though that isn't saying overmuch in my view; much of the dialogue is banal and fairly dull, though a number of the human characters are better developed here than in the earlier books. The development of the alien way of thinking of the Martians is again well handled. 3.5/5more
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