Reddened Wasteland

Reddened Wasteland

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R May 25, 2016
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Kyle Perkins
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For over two hundred years, the last of humanity has lived on Mars under
 the all-seeing eye of The Union. Life on Mars is bleak, nothing like 
the Utopia that was promised to the people before the great migration 
from Earth. Generations have been forced into backbreaking labor with 
little reward, and the masses live in constant fear of those in power.

Unrest is rising. Change is inevitable.

A revolution is on the horizon. Alerik and his team find themselves 
in the eye of the storm, pulled between opposing factions as they search
 for the truths that have been buried deep beneath the Martian soil. 
Time is running out and they will all have to pick a side. As they 
uncover the mysteries surrounding the settlement, they begin to realize 
that nothing is what it seems, and sometimes working with the enemy is 
the only way to save what matters most.

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Dystopian story of miners on Mars in the middle of a revolution

I finished reading this dystopian book set on Mars over a month ago and am just getting around to the review. The book is by Kyle Perkins who is a young author that I teamed up with on a free book promotion a few months ago. 
This book is about a man and a woman that both work as miners on Mars. Their world is headed towards a revolution as there are three different factions that have very different views of how life on Mars should be.
The book continues to build as the factions head toward a huge battle that will decide all of their futures.
I liked the world and characters but questioned some of their actions. More specifically the main characters were uninformed about the other factions until they ran straight into situations they were unprepared for.
Also, the ending of the book left me hanging. Basically the story ends with a cliffhanger. It felt like book one in a series but there aren't any future books in this world that I know of.  
It rate it four out of five stars since the world and characters had some really potential as a great dystopian story but the ending did not live up to my expectations.
For those that have read this review and are interested in reading the book I have one free copy of the book that I will give out as a gift.  There is only one copy so the first person that wants it gets it.
I was not in any way paid for this review and I purchased the book and am providing my honest review.

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