Already, several readers asked about a sequel to The Music of Mars. I will write another, and I’m actively considering events to challenge Frank, Gretchen, and the Earth archaeologists working in the Bvindu city named The Vault of Ages.
A GoodReads reader left this comment in part:
It was very accessible and didn’t have a lot of technical language that went over my head. The characters were likeable, and I really enjoyed the imagination of what it would take to build an entire city on Mars.
An Amazon reader commented in part:
It has everything you look for in sci-fi, adventure, betrayal, aliens, and so much more.
Another Amazon reader left this message in part:
…this book had me hooked from page 1.
One last Amazon review in part:
I’m so glad I came across this book and decided to take a chance on a new author.
And I’m pleased beyond words that people are enjoying the story. Thank you for taking a chance on a debut novel.
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I’m an author living in northern Virginia with a wife and a cat. In the late ’80s, I worked on the International Space Station project. I recently retired from managing a group of software engineers to focus on writing science fiction and speculative fiction. Learn more.