Marooned!

  • Title: Marooned!
  • Author: Brad Strickland Thomas E. Fuller
  • ISBN: 9780689864001
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Paperback
  • Marooned There s no turning back The year is and a new teen has arrived at Mars Experimental Station One a colony built to test humans ability to live self sufficiently in an alien and hostile environme
    There s no turning back The year is 2085, and a new teen has arrived at Mars Experimental Station One, a colony built to test humans ability to live self sufficiently in an alien and hostile environment Already in existence for ten years, Marsport is a functioning city of two thousand people with only twenty teenagers These teens, part of the controversial AsimovThere s no turning back The year is 2085, and a new teen has arrived at Mars Experimental Station One, a colony built to test humans ability to live self sufficiently in an alien and hostile environment Already in existence for ten years, Marsport is a functioning city of two thousand people with only twenty teenagers These teens, part of the controversial Asimov Project, were hand selected from the billions on Earth and are always under the watchful eyes of the adults The newcomer, Sean, is a fifteen year old orphan who acts tough but secretly thinks he can t measure up to the others His companions are Jenny, also fifteen, an ethereal blond whose frail looks belie her fierce intelligence, and Alex, a fourteen year old pilot in training who doesn t always know his boundaries They each have reasons to doubt themselvesd distrust each other But one thing is certain Mars offers them something Earth never could When the existence of Marsport is suddenly threatened, the group must overcome their fears and join forces, for their survival depends on nothing less.

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    About Brad Strickland Thomas E. Fuller


    1. William Bradley Strickland b 1947 is the author or co author of over 60 novels and over 60 pieces of short fiction and poetry.Born in New Hollard, Strickland earned his Ph.D in American literature from the University of Georgia He has taught English courses at the University of Georgia, Oglethorpe University, Truett McConnell College, and, since 1987, at Gainesville State College.His first novel was 1986 s To Stand Beneath the Sun, followed quickly by the books in the Jeremy Moon trilogy.Strickland has shared co author credit on many of his books with his wife, Barbara, on stories in the Star Trek and Are You Afraid of the Dark properties and with the late author Thomas Fuller, books in the Wishbone series, involving the popular Jack Russell Terrier from the Public Television series of the same name Strickland and Fuller also collaborated on numerous original works, including the Pirate Hunter series, the Mars Year One series, and the comedic mystery for adults, The Ghost Finds a Body.After the death of John Bellairs, Strickland was approached by John s son, Frank, to complete the two books his father had already started these unfinished manuscripts became The Ghost in the Mirror and The Vengeance of the Witch Finder Strickland also wrote two books based on brief plot outlines left by Bellairs The Drum, the Doll and the Zombie and The Doom of the Haunted Opera Beginning in 1996, Strickland has kept Bellairs legacy alive by writing the further adventures of Johnny Dixon and Lewis Barnavelt Books in the corpus include The Hand of the Necromancer 1996 The Tower at the End of the World 2001 The House Where Nobody Lived 2006 and his most recent title, The Sign of the Sinister Sorcerer 2008.In 2001, Strickland won received the Georgia Author of the Year Award, Children s Young Adult Division, for When Mack Came Back, set in WWII era Georgia Strickland says the story is based on the farm owned by his grandfather, where I often visited when I was a child Kong King of Skull Island was released in 2005, an illustrated tale by Strickland, author John Michlig, and fantasy artist Joe DeVito that serves as both a prequel and sequel to the epic story of the legendary ape.Strickland is an active member of the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company, where he writes and performs in numerous audio drama projects He was awarded the ARTC Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006 He is married to the former Barabara Justus and has two grown children.


    970 Comments


    1. This book is terribly boring. I was hoping to find some decent sci-fi to read with my kids, but unless the next two are much better I'll have to pass on these.

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    2. Highly entertaining. It reminds me of Heinlein's juvenile novels. In this story, a group of scientists and teenagers are living in a colony on Mars. The purpose is to prove that such a colony can be self-sustaining. That becomes especially important when the economy on Earth collapses and the entire planet becomes involved in war and political upheavals.

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    3. THIS BOOK WAS REALLY GOOD . BRAD STRICKLAND'S BOOK ARE THE BEST . HE IS A REALLY GOOD WRITER . THIS BOOK WAS OUTSTANDING . THE BOOK " MAROONED " IS SUSPICIOUS I'M GOING TO TELL APART OF THE STORY . IN THE YEAR 2085 A NEW TEEN ARRIVES AT MARS EXPERIMENTAL STATION ONE , WHICH IS A COLONY CREATED TO TEST THE HUMAN'S ABILITY IN AN ALIEN ENVIROMENT. ALREADY , IN EXISTENCE FOR TEN YEARS , MARSPORT IS A FUNCTIONING CITY . IT IS ACITY OF TWO THOUSAND PEOPLEWITH ONLY 20 TEENAGERS . THESE TEENS ARE APART [...]

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    4. Its not a very big book, but I still liked it a lot. There are teo other books after this one. All of them were very good! Guys will love these as well as girls

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    5. I've resorted to Youth books. Not really desperate just in the mood for a change.

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    6. It was ok

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