Life on Mars is in danger of becoming boring.
Fame is fleeting so, following the Martian uprising and Jodi’s abduction, a little time has seen life return to relative normality. At least that’s the way it seems on the surface. Jodi battles with the memories of Jules while Astrid remains the arse-kicking hero she’s always been.
But life on Mars is never what it seems.
There are tensions: both personal and political. Two young women who need little more than each other are always going to set people on edge. Perhaps that’s why they imported two noobs.
Akira and Amos have come to learn. One about life, the other about Jodi and what kind of life she has now. Little do they know, what lies beneath the surface will set the media talking and the rest of two worlds thinking, and that’s good because
Life on Mars is dangerously becoming …
Rebecca Bloomer is a Melbourne-based adventuress with a keen interest in everything. Rebecca’s favourite writing aids are:
*long walks (often in someone else’s shoes)
*big dreams (day, night and especially in meetings)
*a decent sense of humour (her own or someone else’s, it doesn’t make too much difference)
*curiosity (ever wondered why cats look so smug?)
*observational skills (thus the contact lenses)
*quiet determination (the loud kind causes headaches)
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