by T.A. Uner
My rating: 5 stars
Series: Mindcop Dossiers- Book 2
Publication Date: December 3, 2014
Publisher: T.A. Uner
Genre: Sci-fi | Fantasy |YA on up
Print Length: 79 pages
Available from: Amazon
Still haunted by the
tragic death of her boyfriend, Cal Murray, Mindcop Liberty Rise and the
Mars Colonial Police Force must now deal with another threat to Martian
security orchestrated by their archenemy Slow Fly, a deranged mutant who
has taken control of a mining outpost located on Mars's larger moon,
But the stakes get higher when Liberty uncovers new data
regarding her deceased boyfriend Cal. Will the truth tear her apart? And
leave Mars in ruins?
I, Mars by T. A. Uner
Literally out of this world! I, Mars T. A. Uner’s second book of his Mindcop Dossier Series, breaks out of the gate at warp speed, grabbing the baton from book one and stepping up both the pace and the energy level.
In the future, Mars is inhabited, “mutants” with special abilities are part of society and evil, the lust for power, control and greed still lives on. The Mindcop Division’s job is to maintain safety and enforce laws, but when the very fabric of Mars’ existence is threatened and the leader of the Mindcops is killed, things don’t move fast enough for Liberty. Cal has been presumed dead for a while, but Liberty won’t be satisfied until she has proof. Going against all orders, she and her partner, an abrasive, yet endearing human undertake their own probe into the computers of Probos, one of Mars’ moons where the vile Slow Fly is planning his takeover.
A message comes from Probos, encoded and meant only for Liberty, from one of the most powerful mutants ever. What can this mean? Will the MCPF finally get the upperhand on Slow Fly or is this a trick, a trap meant to bring Mars to its knees??
Not sure what T. A. Uner had for breakfast, but whatever it was, he has raised his own bar in the sci-fi fantasy world! Tight plotting, fabulous dialogue and a cast of characters that can amuse and repulse, the heroes stand out as a force to be reckoned with and the villains, well, let’s just say a super FLY swatter may be in order. Great reading for all ages, quick, to the point and filled with an energy and intensity that flies off the pages.
I received this copy from T. A. Uner in exchange for my honest review.