Last Day On Mars Blog Tour + Giveaway

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Last Day on Mars

Chronicle of the Dark Star #1

Author: Kevin Emerson


Book Description:

It is Earth year 2213—but, of course, there is no Earth anymore. Not since it was burned to a cinder by the sun, which has mysteriously begun the process of going supernova. The human race has fled to Mars, but this was only a temporary solution while we prepare for a second trip: a one-hundred-fifty-year journey to a distant star, our best guess at where we might find a new home.

Liam Saunders-Chang is one of the last humans left on Mars. The son of two scientists who have been racing against time to create technology vital to humanity’s survival, Liam, along with his friend Phoebe, will be on the very last starliner to depart before Mars, like Earth before it, is destroyed.

Or so he thinks. Because before this day is over, Liam and Phoebe will make a series of profound discoveries about the nature of time and space, and find out that the human race is just one of many in our universe locked in a desperate struggle for survival.

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Praise for LAST DAY ON MARS
“Emerson’s writing explodes off the page in this irresistible space adventure, filled with startling plot twists, diabolical aliens, and (my favorite!) courageous young heroes faced with an impossible task.” –Lisa McMann, New York Times bestselling author of The Unwanteds series

“Last Day on Mars is thrillingly ambitious and imaginative, a rousing space opera for any age, meticulously researched and relentlessly paced. A fantastic start to an epic new series.” –Soman Chainani, New York Times bestselling author of The School for Good and Evil

“This is perfect science fiction: a terrifying yet very cool vision of the future, lots of technological awesomeness, mind-bending alien mysteries, a mission to save the human race—and two funny, resourceful, very real kid heroes who I’d follow to the edges of the universe.” –Tui Sutherland, New York Times bestselling author of the Wings of Fire series

“A hugely enjoyable blend of adventure, humor, science, and kids trying to find their place when humanity itself doesn’t have one.” –Emma Trevayne, author of The Accidental Afterlife of Thomas Marsden

“Action-packed science-fiction adventure.” —Brightly.com


Ten List: 

Ten reasons to read Last Day on Mars


You like sci-fi stories that feel grounded and real, including recent movies like Gravity and The Martian.

You want to read something that the author once referred to as “Battlestar Galactica for kids.”

Present day reality is getting you down. Spending some time two hundred years from now on another planet sounds much more pleasant, even if the sun is about to explode.

You like android sidekicks, especially if they are shaped like grinning pandas and are 2% creepy.

You like mysterious aliens and sinister plots.

You have imagined traveling to the far reaches of our solar system and beyond.

You remember what it was like to move to a new home, especially when you were a kid, and how it felt to leave a place you knew so well.

You like your science fiction heavier on the big ideas, lighter on slime. 

You love finding very small, PURELY ACCIDENTAL Star Wars references.

You are eager to sink into an adventure through space and time. 

About the Author

Author of the EXILE series, THE ATLANTEANS series, THE FELLOWSHIP FOR ALIEN DETECTION, the OLIVER NOCTURNE series and CARLOS IS GONNA GET IT. Musician in THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. Former K-8 science teacher, currently teaching with Richard Hugo House and Writers in the Schools. Originally from Cheshire, CT, now living in Seattle, by way of Boston.

Author Links:

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***GIVEAWAY***

7 Copies of Last Day on Mars (Chronicle of the Dark Star #1) by Kevin Emerson.
Giveaway is open to International. Must be 13+ to Enter.

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