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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Midnight On Mars is a science fiction adventure novel penned by author M. C. Glan. Written for adults due to its explicit language and violence, this short, sharp shock of sci-fi adventure focuses on immediate danger and interpersonal drama with high stakes consequences. Kari travels from a dying Earth, ravaged by natural disasters, to a colony on Mars, considering herself one of the lucky ones as she escapes the literal end of the world. But up at the colony, things are suddenly just as bad when she discovers her former lover and fiancé has created a horde of merciless killers when his cloning experiment goes wrong. What results is a high octane journey where reluctant ex-lovers put their differences aside for the sake of survival.
This is a delightful and dangerous science fiction chase novel that can easily be devoured in a single afternoon at the beach or a coffee shop. The pages flow from one to another with never a dull moment, particularly as Kari and Neil’s situation goes from bad to worse and their fractured relationship threatens to blow apart at the seams. Author M. C. Glan writes with great atmosphere and use of description, painting a blood-red alien world where human mistakes are the ones which put the human race in danger, and the killers who hunt them down are genuinely terrifying because of it. Overall, Midnight On Mars is a punch-packing tale of survival that comes highly recommended for fans of sci-fi action novels.