Waking Mars

by H. P. Kabir



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/11/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 272
ISBN : 9781546244912
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 272
ISBN : 9781546244899
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 272
ISBN : 9781546244905

About the Book

Waking Mars is the third book in the series after The Medallion and The Rescue. In Waking Mars, the aliens, whose planet had accidently became part of the solar system, saw the potential in vitalizing Mars to a livable level. They were lucky to encounter another alien race that helped them to achieve that goal. Meanwhile, on Earth, a nuclear war had erupted and led the way for the extinction of life.

About the Author

Hasan Parvez Kabir son of a diplomat, as a consequence travelled widely as a young boy and later in his professional capacity, to the Middle East, Europe, North American and Africa. Early career was with an International Oil Company, due to personal reasons moved to Saudi Arabia where he served in a senior capacity with a commercial organization which lasted for forty one years. His hobbies are philately, photography and reading. At the University he contributed short stories, mainly fiction. Living in Saudi Arabia, the desert atmosphere enkindled his first sci-fi novel, The Fatal Flaw, published in Britain in 1987. On his retirement in 2013, moved to Vancouver, Canada with his wife where his daughters are, spends his time writing. Published, his autobiography and two sci-fi novels. Waking Mars is a trilogy to the last two. Mr. Kabir sincerely believes, humans are perhaps exclusive in the Milky Way, though there must be other lifeforms perhaps more technologically advanced and may have a different concept of a social order. We humans have our own, but sadly we have not understood the meaning of love for one another. When we do, only then we will radiate its presence by imparting its true nature. Love being alive and share this wonderful world of ours with all mankind like one big family. World leaders, rich or poor, collectively can make it happen. It is not a dream, it can be done.