updated: Mar 24, 2017
New York, NY, March 24, 2017 (Newswire.com)
David Gatesbury, a gifted author and lifelong resident of St. Louis, has completed his most recent book “Walking on Mars: A Journey to the Red Planet”: a gripping and vividly detailed journey into the unknown, and a quest for answers among the ruins of an alien civilization. This book is the first in a series and is followed by “Walking on Mars II: Returning to the Red Planet”.
Published by Fulton Books, David Gatesbury’s book begins in the year 2037 and Stan Rhodes is the American captain of Endurance III, a V-shaped spacecraft on the last leg of a 56-million-kilometer journey to Mars. It’s crucial to the success of the Mars mission that Rhodes and his crew land their ship within ten kilometers of an emergency ascent vehicle and a cargo ship that had previously landed on the surface of the Red Planet.
They succeed in landing at the designated site. But when they reach the cargo ship, they discover unknown architectural wonders from an ancient civilization. Rhodes and his crew breach a magnificent pyramid, finding statues and cryptic writing that chronicle the life of a revered Martian king. Inscriptions tell how the monarch played a major role in ridding the region of monstrous, predatory beasts, and a statue depicts him bravely facing off with one. The text also foretells the coming of distant travelers from afar and threatens the lives of those who dare disturb the eternal resting place of this legendary ruler.
Join this team of explorers as they go Walking on Mars; venturing deep into the subterranean passageways of a shrine from a lost world and encountering things they never imagined possible.
Readers who wish to experience this mesmerizing work can purchase “Walking on Mars: A Journey to the Red Planet” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books