Mars Maze (Short Story)

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A short, episodic, tongue-in-cheek story based on the Time Meddlers series.

Thirteen-year-old Matt Barnes, while searching for his time-travelling father, stumbles into a canyon maze on Mars, and makes a grisly discovery – not for weak stomachs. Is this a strange twist of evolution - another species colonizing Mars - or a prediction of their fate? More
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About Deborah Jackson

Deborah Jackson received a science degree from the University of Ottawa in 1986, graduated from The Writing School in Ottawa in 2001, and is the author of several critically acclaimed science fiction and historical fiction novels. She gives school presentations throughout North America as well as developing and teaching writing courses at the Shenkman Arts Centre. Deborah is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. Her novels include: Ice Tomb, an adult science fiction thriller and the Time Meddlers series for children, ages 9 – 14: Time Meddlers, Time Meddlers Undercover and Time Meddlers on the Nile. Articles about Deborah and reviews of her books have appeared in The Ottawa Citizen, MORE Magazine, RT BOOKclub Magazine, Canadian Teacher Magazine, SF Site, Neo-opsis Science Fiction Magazine and many more.

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Review by: Dave Burns on Sep. 12, 2012 :
"The Martian’s suit split open down the middle and a torrent of fluid escaped. Fluid that was tinged blue and green, even in the red glow of the dust-smothered sun."
- Episode 3
Mars Maze is a satirical, satisfying romp through the imaginative mind of Deborah Jackson. Involving alternate time lines and evolutionary 'supposels' (a phrase coined by C.S. Lewis), Jackson puts her creativity on display. A good light-hearted sci-fi read.
Dave Burns - Author of:
The Movement: A Children's Story for Grown-ups
The Movement: Revisited
Edem's Flight
The Movement: Concluded - A Complete Anthology of All 3 Works
Upcoming Novel: Pieces of Me
(review of free book)
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