Friday, May 8, 2009

Win a copy of Richard G. Risch’s novel Beyond Mars - Crimson Fleet

The blog Brummet's Conscious Discussions is offering a chance to win a copy of Beyond Mars - Crimson Fleet (2008), a science fiction novel written by Richard G. Risch. The deadline for entering the contest is Sunday morning, May 10, 2009.

If you're not familiar with Beyond Mars - Crimson Fleet, here's a detailed description:

The year is 2152. Martian colonists are faced with a drastic choice, remain on a slowly dying Mars or frantically fight their way out of the solar system in an escalating battle against the forces of their hated overlord, the Earth. The grim reality leaves most colonists reeling in a state of shock as they board waiting vessels to take them elsewhere into uncertainty. This is the opening of R.G. Risch’s Beyond Mars - Crimson Fleet, a whirlwind of a science fiction novel.

Throughout Beyond Mars - Crimson Fleet, readers follow the harrowing exploits of the Martian space destroyer Crazy Horse, commanded by an audacious naval captain, Richard Wakinyan, and his friend, First Lieutenant James Randall. Together with other Martian ships, the Crazy Horse battles against the most powerful and feared Earth armada in existence, the Crimson Fleet, seeking to destroy their evil pursuer, Admiral Selena Darius. But the outcome hangs in the balance as Admiral Darius proves herself to be a most ruthless and cunning opponent; one who has no problem in obliterating any obstacle that stands in her way.

Beyond Mars - Crimson Fleet is based on actual historic naval clashes with accurate visions of tomorrow’s technology. By any standard, it is one of the best action-packed and explosive science fiction thrillers, which deals with the never ending conflict between good and evil as well as man’s will to survive. Beyond Mars - Crimson Fleet by any standard, it is sure to be considered one of the best science fiction books of 2008, if not of all time!

While I haven't read this novel, I have read a sample chapter and selected reader reviews.

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