• Voice of Mars

  • Starship's Mage, Book 3
  • By: Glynn Stewart
  • Narrated by: Jeffrey Kafer
  • Length: 8 hrs and 46 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (1,570 ratings)

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Voice of Mars

By: Glynn Stewart
Narrated by: Jeffrey Kafer
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Publisher's Summary

When accusations of piracy and mass murder are laid against his homeworld, Damien Montgomery is sent to resolve the crisis. As counteraccusations fly and an old flame reenters his life, the newest Hand of the Mage-King of Mars finds himself in the midst of a bloody interstellar shadow war. With the death toll mounting, Damien must decide whether he should trust the world he came from - or the world that asked for his help. The wrong choice will trigger a civil war that could shatter human civilization. No pressure.

©2016 Glynn Stewart (P)2016 Tantor

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  • 09-24-16

Just a lot of politics and a dumb plot

I loved the two previous books about the jump mage and his powers. This one was about him corralling a bunch of politicians from starting a war. The plot was so predictable and the politicians were so stupid, in the end you wanted them to just get over it. All of this would be prevented if the politicians would speak to each other. Then there would be no book

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Obvious BUT Intense! When's the next book?

The bad guys were obvious! The solution however was not. I'm looking forward to book 4!

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Worthy but a bit repetitive

I've been waiting for many months and was thrilled when I saw it finally show up in Audible.com. I wasn't disappointed and generally enjoyed the book but I was hoping for something less predictable. There was the usual encounters with other mages challenging Damien's abilities and authority and the subsequent near death encounters along with the political intrigue along the way but most of the characters, including Damien, seemed less interesting than in the previous books. Even the main antagonist was simple to determine very early on.

With that said, the writing was still very fluid and the narration still well recited (except for a nit with Damien sounding demanding and slightly arrogant even when he intended his declarations are meant to sound soft.)

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Boring plot that's not resolved satisfactorily

The plot zooms around without a clear progress and you when you reach the end you feel cheated out of a good b book.

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would be better without the political correctness.

Gripping story with mages, battles, space travel, intrigue, and a main character you can root for. A little too much neo-moralizing.

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Can't put them down

I accidentally discovered this author and after the first book I have not been able to stop I look forward to reading everything from him and highly recommend the author to anybody else who enjoys both space and Magic

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Voice of Mars .

Wow these books get better and better with each new installment as always action packed full of intrigue and mystery . Damien has to figure out who is trying to start a war between two planets and why can't wait for the next book .

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The Starship Mage kicks Butt!

Exciting science fiction that makes my driving fun and interesting. I enjoy the writing of Glynn Stewart. The Narrator is gifted and talented! Great Series.

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addicted to this author

The narrator does an excellent job with the voices of the characters in this audiobook.

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A solid adventure and mystery

I wish audible gave us more granularity than only 5 stars. I liked Voice of Mars more than the 4 star rating I gave the prior Hand of Mars, but still don't feel like it deserves to be in the same 5 star category as my most favorite books. The ongoing mystery of who is behind the ship attacks holds together the overall story between the action better than the more uneven pacing of the prior book. The intensity is down a bit here, but is much more consistent.

The only criticism I have is that nothing truly great stands out. This is just a good enjoyable listen and well worth your credit.