Red Mars and Green Mars

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Random House Publishing Group, May 27, 2003 - Fiction - 592 pages
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About 100 people, mostly Russian and American scientists, have been sent on a mission to Mars -- they are to establish a community for humans. But conflicts among the colonists have divided them into the Reds and the Greens. The Reds want to leave the planet in its virgin state, but the Greens want to transform it. In the perilous and hostile landscape, the settlers act out many human emotions -- love, hate, envy and ambition.
 

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Leafed through it at the library, but couldn't bring myself to check it out. I don't know what seemed so bad about it, I was enjoying the idea of a hard science novel about the colonization of Mars ... Read full review

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I've had this Mars trilogy on my TBR pile for a while & have had the books waiting for me so it being summer, I decided to get to the first. I enjoyed following the main characters from the first 100 ... Read full review

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Contents

Festival Night
11
Part Z The Voyage Out
25
The Crucible 93
95
Homesick
201
Falling into History
231
Guns Under the Table 379
341
Senzeni Na
467
Shikata Ga Nai
531
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