Red Mars and Green Mars

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Random House Publishing Group, May 27, 2003 - Fiction - 592 pages
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Review: Red Mars (Mars Trilogy #1)

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I enjoy the ideas and the characters but the details bogged me down sometimes. The pace could have been a little faster. Overall a positive experience but it was harder to read than I expected. Read full review

Review: Red Mars (Mars Trilogy #1)

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Red mars is impressive because of it's ability to predict the near future in a believable way. The writing is terse and at times difficult, but very rewarding. This is a book packed with information and conflict, not idle reading, but that is why this book is so great. 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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About the author (2003)

Writer Kim Stanley Robinson was born in Orange County, California in 1952. He earned a B. A. and Ph. D. at the University of California at San Diego and an M. A. at Boston University. His first trilogy of books, concerning a post-nuclear holocaust: Orange County, collectively won a Nebula Award and two Hugos, but he may be better known for his Mars trilogy, which chronicles the colonization of Mars and spans hundreds of years. He has won an Asimov Award, a World Fantasy Award, a Locus Reader's Poll Award, and a John W. Campbell Award.

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