The Prairie Martian (2020)

The Prairie Martian JonathanEaton The Prairie Martian The little town of New Halchita is surrounded by enemies The Scavenger Hordes claim the land the town sits on as their own Giant mutated ticks await the unwary one careless step could mean a slow de
  • Title: The Prairie Martian
  • Author: JonathanEaton
  • ISBN: 9781535359900
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Paperback
The Prairie Martian JonathanEaton The little town of New Halchita is surrounded by enemies The Scavenger Hordes claim the land the town sits on as their own Giant, mutated ticks await the unwary one careless step could mean a slow, delightful death wrapped in their sticky palps And in the skies above, artificially intelligent killing machines look down upon the survivors of the Great Inadvertent War, reThe little town of New Halchita is surrounded by enemies The Scavenger Hordes claim the land the town sits on as their own Giant, mutated ticks await the unwary one careless step could mean a slow, delightful death wrapped in their sticky palps And in the skies above, artificially intelligent killing machines look down upon the survivors of the Great Inadvertent War, ready to obliterate any settlement they judge guilty of inappropriate technological advancement But Sheriff Frank Westfall s biggest concern is the beautiful and mysterious stranger in the lockup Nancy claims to be a visitor from Mars a descendant of an experimental colony abandoned by Earth when the war broke out When Frank discovers that Nancy is not what she appears to be, his duty is clear the problem is, he s never had to kill anything with such a pretty face before.
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  1. Ginger Bensman

    The Prairie Martian by Jonathan Eaton is an entertaining, often whimsical, yarn about Earth in a distant future when Martians, descendants of long ago Earthlings sent to create settlements on Mars, send a space ship back to begin the process of taking over the Earth The novel blends genres part western, part dystopian, part science fiction The landscape is western themed and post apocalyptic, with characters that might have emerged straight out of a 1950 s western and they are uniformly well dev [...]

  2. Kathleen Garlock

    You can almost hear the narrator s drawl as he spins a very tall tale involving a very tall sheriff who might be his post apocalyptic town s best defense against roving bands of scavengers, mutated ticks, and a visitor from the planet Mars who goes by the name of Nancy.The story begins with the after the fact arrival of an insect shaped vessel captained by a young woman who claims to be a descendant of humans sent to colonize the planet Mars She comes in peace, or so she claims, but it s up to S [...]

  3. Michael Gardner

    Overall I thought The Prairie Martian was a fun read I never thought I d describe a post apocalyptic western as fun one tends to expect a tense, grim, edgy, dirty, desperate drama from the post apocalyptic genre but The Prairie Martian sways to the side of Neal Stephenson s Snow Crash than Cormac McCarthy s The Road It might seem a small thing to mention in a review, but I particularly appreciate that the setup for why the world is the way it is was done in about three sentences.Jonathan Eaton [...]

  4. Valerie Albemarle

    I do not usually read books in this genre, and was therefore blessed with freedom from expectations I was pleasantly surprised on all counts The writing is delightful and flawless, wistfully funny without trying to be so, with moments of profound wisdom and beauty all the better appreciated for their unexpectedness This is of course very subjective, but this book reminded me of J.K.Rowling s The Casual Vacancy in its masterful reflection of the human condition The setting is closer to the 19th c [...]

  5. Hester Maree

    Reading sci fi post apocalyptic dystopian genres places me way out of my comfort zone so I approached this book with than a little trepidation I needn t have worried Despite the giant ticks, lagamachies, Scabs in their inhospitable Scablands, Scavengers and packs of lobos, there was no obvious spilling of human entrails or grey matter There were, instead, in depth explanations like the art of milking juice from ticks for medicinal purposes, a practice involving considerable skill from a juicer [...]

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