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Agents of Mars

Red Falcon, Book 3
Narrated by: Hillary Huber
Length: 11 hrs and 11 mins
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An enemy hidden in the shadows
A crack in the armor of secrecy
One chance to find an answer

Captain David Rice and the crew of Red Falcon have spent two years infiltrating the arms smuggling underworld of the Protectorate of the Mage-King of Mars. When the co-opted rebellion on Ardennes reveals a supply chain of weapons intended to fight Mars, this makes them the perfect team to investigate.

His new mission brings him across old friends and old enemies alike, but as his suspects start turning up dead, David realizes he isn’t the only one following the loose ends.

As shadowy enemies move to position themselves for civil war, Red Falcon’s crew must chase an ever-shrinking set of clues. If they succeed, they might just buy the Protectorate peace for their lifetime.

But if they fail…

©2018 Glynn Stewart (P)2018 Faolan's Pen Publishing Inc.

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  • Jennifer Baratta
  • 11-12-2018

addicted to glynn stewart.

this book takes place between book 2 of Mage of Mars and book 3. This story is a must listen to.

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  • Cale
  • 06-11-2018

Whole plot seemed convenient and predictable

This whole series is a bit of a stretch. Every thing is just to convenient when it needs to be. You have little investment for the characters because you know Lady Luck will always come through. There is no tension, you are simply waiting for the plot to advance. It’s kind of boring which is sad because the main story of this book is quite good.

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  • BlindAlley
  • 05-12-2018

A Sequel too Far?

hardly a page-turner. it's almost as though Glynn Stewartdecided to start writing a spin-off series, got bored with it and yet decided to write another in the Red Falcon series, anyway. Short on action, long on pointless trivia and probably not the best choice of narrator. Audible has used Ray Porter together with Stewarrt's work (Onset series), to rather better effect and its JUST possible that this combination might work better in this case too. I normally like this author's work… but he seems to have gone the same way as Nathan Lowell… trading on past successes and has slipped into writing stuff that you could easily lose interest in.