“Red Desert - Back Home” now in paperback!

The end of the adventure on Mars is here. And it is now available in paperback, too.
A few days after the publication of “Red Desert - Back Home” as ebook, the final book in the Red Desert series is available in paperback on Amazon and CreateSpace eStore. It’ll be available soon on Barnes & Noble and other book online retailers around the world (ISBN 978-1515305682).

The price of the book is $15.99 (€12.99 and £10.99) and it includes 432 pages. If you bought, or gave as a gift, the paperback edition of “Red Desert-Point of No Return”, “Red Desert - People of Mars” and “Red Desert - Invisible Enemy”, you or your friends can finally read the end of this story.

This book is also available to libraries and academic institutions through Baker & Taylor and to resellers, at a special price, through CreateSpace Direct.

And here is again the book blurb.

Earth.
It’s their home, they were born and raised there, but at the same time they’ve never set foot there. And so the deep feelings that Anna and Hassan have as they return to their own planet, after almost five years, are mixed with the marvel of the foreign entity they bring with them, as it lands on a new world.
The two survivors of the Isis mission are welcomed as heroes, but they can’t enjoy the adulation. The intent they are pursuing has priority over everything else.
Besides the internal battle between the new Anna and the old, two more conflicts consume her: the one against the hidden dangers brought by Earth itself, not to mention its inhabitants, and a more complex one involving her own feelings, which will force her to make an important choice affecting her future. In the meantime, on the Red Planet, Melissa finds herself deepening her exploration of human nature, torn between dread and disdain against it, and a growing sense of belonging.
But someone, intrigued by the sudden acceleration of the whole Isis program, is beginning to have suspicions.
Now that the adventure on Mars is over, what will Anna’s choice be? What will become of Earth?