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If alien beings had conquered the Earth, would you feel justified in using terrorism to drive them out? This question confronts the teenage protagonists of Heroes of Earth. Close to half a century after starfish-like creatures from the Gliese 581 star system 20 light-years away short-circuited Apollo 11's mission to the Moon, Alison Grossbard, her brother Arnold, and his girlfriend Kayleigh Scott struggle with this impossible moral dilemma and the trials of growing up in Chincoteague Island, Virginia. Their actions will change their world forever.

Praise for Martin Berman-Gorvine's Work

"Dare I say that I saw aspects of Heinlein’s beautiful imaginative prose in Gorvine’s writing? Yes I do say it."

Classic Book Reader on Heroes of Earth


"If you love thought-provoking, intellectual and alternative reality mash-ups then this story will probably be right up your alley."

Cellar Door Lit Rants & Reviews on Heroes of Earth


"Read 36 as a well-written, scarily plausible if-this-goes-on novel. Or read it as a highly intelligent philosophical meditation. But whatever you do, read it."

Harry Turtledove


"Seven Against Mars had me hooked from the first page, and it never let me go. ... Adults should share this with the young readers they know but be certain to keep a copy for themselves."

Amy Sturgis, Ph.D., award-winning genre scholar, StarShipSofa and Mythgard Institute at Signum University

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