Voyager, May 28, 1997 - 262 pages
It stands at Pluto’s north pole - a mesmerising icehenge. Slabs of ice frozen harder than stone, towering two hundred feet above the crater pocked surface. The central slab bears an inscription in Sanskrit. A message from an alien race? Or the mark of a human powered voyage that might have passed this way? There were vague rumours of such a ship, forgotten decades ago. But could the crew have survived? Did the ship exist at all?
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - auntmarge64 - LibraryThing
Three connected stories spread over 400 years as humans explore the solar system from the Martian settlements and discover a Stonehenge-like monument on Pluto. Humans who can afford the treatments ... Read full review
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The best of the Mars books, Icehenge is a surprisingly philosophical look at the nature of memory and the meaning of history. Read full review