Anastasia, Queen of Mars

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Princess Anavasavsta was only a girl when the Earthmen came in 1889. When her family was killed they sent her to Earth, and she was forced to adapt. Now she is being sent back to retake her family's throne, and she is caught between two worlds, and two peoples. Will she return to the strange race she was born to, or will she be a pawn of the Earthmen who cannot even call her by her name? More
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  • Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
  • Words: 102,080
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780463131541
About Paul Batteiger

I have been making up stories since I was old enough to know what they were. It is all I have ever really cared about and probably all I ever will. I write fantasy, pulp adventure, horror, superhero stories, erotica, and sword & sorcery. My stuff always seems to have some element to it that makes it unmarketable, so here I can let loose all these stories and see if anyone likes them. Readers can message me at sargon999AThotmailDOTcom.

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Mike Baird reviewed on Oct. 30, 2018

OK, Edgar Rice Burroughs fans, Paul Batteiger has a Sword and Planet story you will enjoy! Set in Victorian times, Princess Anastasia is taken back to Mars to regain her throne and an epic clash between Martians and Earthmen ensues. Batteiger has created a realistic and life-like Mars and set it in a world where artillery mounted on wooden wheels exists side-by-side with interplanetary travel and it isn't in the slightest bit incongruous. The settings have been well-researched and vividly described as has been the Martians and their culture. The story is a classic tale with a few twists to keep it moving along. If you like Princess of Mars, Game of Thrones and high adventure, Anastasia is well-worth the investment.
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)
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