WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
I found it hard to put the book down because of how well the story is put together. I think the book illustrates the orbital debris issues better than the movie "Gravity."
Donald Kessler, Retired NASA Senior Scientist for Orbital Debris Research
I found this to be a compelling story which I did not want to end!...
Jones does a fantastic job of not only telling the story, but also describing the challenges and logistics of the quest to establish a colony on Mars... I highly recommend it!
World Traveler and
It was quite the thriller - tremendously engaging. In fact, it consumed me for a full day. I just could not put it down until I finished it. I expect big things from this novel - the top ten best-seller list or even a movie.
Paul F. Curcio
Retired Senior Law Enforcement Officer
Tesla Owners Online talk about Mars Mission I
Christopher Lee Jones grew up in Southern Michigan, attended Jackson High School and Michigan State University. He moved to South Florida just before hurricane Andrew. He obtained his Advanced Scuba Diver certification and his USCG Captains license working in the Merchant Mariner industry and helping with many deliveries of sail boats and power boats around the Caribbean. He has been fortunate enough to take his personal boats to many of the islands of the Bahamas. He obtained his Fire Certification and Paramedic and EMT certificates and worked for Miami-Dade Fire Rescue for many years, retiring in 2019. He has always been a self-admitted space nut in hibernation.
After watching one of the first Falcon 9 launches where the booster returned and landed safely and then watching first Falcon Heavy in person where both boosters landed safely back at Kennedy Space Center, he knew he needed to pursue his love of Space again. He has since traveled to many NASA destinations including the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama and he has toured the Marshall Space Flight Center and the Redstone Arsenal, where the staff patiently answered all of his numerous questions.
Today he still resides in South Florida and continues his search for anything Space related.