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No Way

S.J. Morden

7 Reviews

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Adventure, Science fiction

The explosive sequel to 2018's ONE WAY. Eight astronauts were set to Mars to build NASA's Mars base, and only one survived. Now all he needs to do is get home. . .

In the sequel to the science fiction thriller, ONE WAY, returning home from Mars may mean striking a deal with the very people who abandoned him.

Frank Kitteridge is alone on Mars. But XO, the corporate architects of the first Mars base, made a costly mistake when they left him there: they left him alive. Using his skills and his wits, he's going to find a way back home even if it kills him.

But there are dangers on Mars even Frank isn't prepared for, and a mystery he has to solve in order to survive.

If there's anything in Frank's favour, it's this: he's always been prepared to go to the extremes to get the job done. That's how he ended up on Mars in the first place. It just might be his ticket back.

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Praise for No Way

  • A rip-roaring thriller of a book that hits the ground running and doesn't stop until the final chapter - John Marrs, author of the bestselling/Radio 2 Book Club choice THE ONE

  • One Way is a tense and dramatic thriller that entertains from beginning to end - SFBook Reviews

  • One Way is what would happen if the crime and sci-fi genres got together and had a baby. Deeply immersive, chilling and atmospheric enough that you will believe yourself under a cold Martian sky. An utterly fabulous book! - Emma Kavanagh, bestselling author of FALLING and HIDDEN

  • If Orange is the New Black was to meet The Martian. - TOR.COM

  • One Way is a tense and dramatic thriller that entertains from beginning to end - SFBook Reviews

  • A cracking read. A compelling vision of the near future inhabited by well motivated characters. It's a thrilling tale that grabs you and whips along to the very last breathless page. - Adam Hamdy, author of PENDULUM

  • Twisty and gripping. - FINANCIAL TIMES

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S.J. Morden

Dr S. J. Morden has won the Philip K. Dick Award and been a judge on the Arthur C. Clarke Award. He is a bona fide rocket scientist with degrees in Geology and Planetary Geophysics. ONE WAY is the perfect fusion of his incredible breadth of knowledge and ability to write award-winning, razor-sharp science fiction.

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