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Rebels of the Red Planet

By Charles L. Fontenay

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First published by Ace Books in 1961. This reading is from the text available through the Project Gutenberg. MARS FOR THE MARTIANS! Dark Kensington had been dead for twenty-five years. It was a fact; everyone knew it. Then suddenly he reappeared, youthful, brilliant, ready to take over the Phoenix, the rebel group that worked to overthrow the tyranny that gripped the settlers on Mars. The Phoenix had been destroyed not once, not twice, but three times! But this time the resurrected Dark had new plans, plans which involved dangerous experiments in mutation and psionics. And now the rebels realized they were in double jeopardy. Not only from the government's desperate hatred of their movement, but also from the growing possibility that the new breed of mutated monsters would get out of hand and bring terrors never before known to man. Produced as part of the 2nd Annual SFFAudio Challenge. Read by Paul W. Campbell Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 UK: Scotland License.

Customer Reviews

Good story, but hard to understand

The reader's accent makes the book hard to understand. Had to give up on it, shame.

Difficult to understand

Realized I was spending the majority of my time rewinding so that I could catch what he just read or what the characters just said. I, too, gave up. I don't understand using this narrator. Choosing someone with an accent, who won't be understood by all, was a risky choice for reading a podiobook.