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Jim Marlowe’s Martian pet, Willis, seems like nothing more than an adorable ball of fur with an uncanny ability to imitate the human voice. But Jim’s devotion to the little creature will soon lead Jim and his pal Frank into a death-defying trek across Mars. Their journey of wonders including an encounter with the mysterious ancients of Mars ends when they are plunged into the midst of a dangerous rebellion.
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ROBERT A. HEINLEIN (1907-1988) was the first recipient of the Grand Master Award for lifetime achievement from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. A four-time Hugo Award winner, he is best remembered for the sensational bestseller Stranger in Strange Land.From Publishers Weekly:
Heinlein's 1949 novel of a space frontier culture is brought to life with Full Cast Audio's signature quality of talented voices and an evocative musical score. The colonists live a fragile existence on Mars as they try to survive without offending the native Martians—while satisfying the Corporation's hunger for profit. But greed throws this delicate balance off, and young Jim and Frank with their Martian friend, Willis, must negotiate their way among the opposing groups in order to keep their families safe and the Martians content. The masterful William Dufris, director and main narrator, pulls listeners into the stories with his deep, smooth voice. The energetic cast provides colorful voices for the quirky characters without overacting. The musical score helps with transitions as well as setting the mood and declaratively ending a scene. A Del Rey paperback. (Feb.)
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Book Description Full Cast Audio, 2008. Audio CD. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111934180262