• Mars Enigma

  • The Kwan Thillers, Book 3
  • By: Ken Warner
  • Narrated by: Chelsea Stephens
  • Length: 7 hrs and 28 mins
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

An ancient civilization on Mars and a secret organization on Earth seeking global conquest: How are they related?

Immediately following the Malor invasion, Malia and Jaden Kwan have left Earth with the Othali, seeking a habitable planet in the distant reaches of the galaxy. But as they approach Mars, the ship's engines fail. Entering orbit to make repairs, they discover evidence of ancient, technologically advanced life down on the surface. Malia and Jaden join the team going down to investigate.

But there is a traitor in their midst who kidnaps the twins and brings them to a clandestine organization back on Earth. They need the twins' powers to achieve global conquest. Can Malia and Jaden eradicate this group in time to save humanity?

©2020 Kenneth H. Warner, II (P)2021 Tantor

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Painfully dumb twin brother

Overall it's a decent story but I hate that the black guy (alien) named Bomani is a traitorous drug dealer and that Jaden is incredibly dumb and weak power wise. I understand that Jaden is very young but many of the things that he does not know are things that a lot of people know before they are twelve years old. He asks stupid questions most of the time and doesn't seem to understand a lot of things. I really wonder why he is even in the novels. So basically the black man(Bomani) is bad and the black teenage boy(Jaden) is stupid and weak.