David Gatesbury's New Book "Walking on Mars II: Returning to the Red Planet" is a Tale of 5 Explorers That Make Unbelievable Discoveries and Struggle to Survive on Mars.

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - New York, NY - Mar 24, 2017 - David Gatesbury, a celebrated author and writer, has completed his most recent book “Walking on Mars II: Returning to the Red Planet”:  a science fiction masterpiece that brings Captain Stan Rhodes back to Mars as he explores the relics and ruins of an ancient civilization. This book is the second in a series and is preceded by “Walking on Mars: A Journey to the Red Planet”.

Published by Fulton Books, David Gatesbury’s book whisks the reader forward to the year 2042, where Captain Stan Rhodes returns to planet Mars with a fresh crew and resumes exploring a region called the Cydonia Complex. Investigating architectural wonders from an ancient civilization, they revisit a magnificent five-sided pyramid discovered on the first mission and survey its subterranean passageways. When searching for the ruins of a city called Gaugamar forever buried in the sand, the team is asked by mission planners to penetrate the outer shell of another monument. This leads to them breaching a burial shrine from an older kingdom built for a monarch named Nemnasu. Within the funerary chamber of this monument, they encounter an extraordinary life force, and a text explains how this entity, comprised of a mass of energy, came to be interned in the tomb. The mission is further threatened when one of the team contracts an ancient disease. Coping with horrifically monstrous changes in this individual’s physiology causes this crewmember to become mentally deranged, and in this altered state, this person is soon no longer recognized as human, but is seen as something entirely different.

Readers who wish to experience this thrilling work can purchase “Walking on Mars II: Returning to the Red Planet” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at gregory@fultonbooks.com or via telephone at 877-210-0816.

Source : Fulton Books
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