BOOK REVIEW: “The Mars Mystery” by Graham Hancock

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The Mars Mystery by Graham Hancock (Amazon) (Goodreads)

 

  • TitleThe Mars Mystery
  • Author: Graham Hancock
  • Publication: Crown (June 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 344
  • Genre: General, Non-Fiction
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Source: Library
  • Rating: 3/5 stars

Graham Hancock reveals “hidden” information about Mars  in The Mars Mystery. For years, scientists have been intrigued by the red planet with Martian rocks teeming with microscopic organisms and evidence of water found on the planet’s surface. Besides reviewing how Mars became a desolate, inhabitable planet, Hancock investigates the mysterious objects reportedly spotted on Mars.

Giant faces?  Martian pyramids? A Sphinx? What on Earth is going on here?

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The Mars Mystery begins with strong potential until it wraps itself up into accusations of NASA hiding evidence from the public (haha probably) and asteroid dangers for Earth.  Until astronauts explore Mars, we are only left to our imaginations on what has happened on that planet. NASA claims the Face on Mars and the pyramids are only hoaxes thanks to bad satellite camera angles.

Hancock begs to differ. He believes something’s up.

This book sparks many Martian questions. What happened to the oceans and lakes on Mars? Are there really pyramids left behind on Martian soil? If you’re curious about this mysterious planet beyond the obvious speculations, dive into the Martian mysteries yourself.

What do you think about Mars?

Have you read any other books by Graham Hancock?

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