In his most ambitious project to date, award-winning author Robinson utilizes years of research and cutting-edge science in the first of three novels that will chronicle the colonization of Mars. For some, Mars will become a passion driving them to daring acts of courage and madness; for others... show more
In his most ambitious project to date, award-winning author Robinson utilizes years of research and cutting-edge science in the first of three novels that will chronicle the colonization of Mars. For some, Mars will become a passion driving them to daring acts of courage and madness; for others it offers an opportunity to strip the planet of its riches; and for the genetic "alchemists, " it presents a chance to create a biomedical miracle.
Publish date: May 27th 2003
Pages no: 584
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Space Opera
, Speculative Fiction
, Hard Science Fiction
Series: Mars Trilogy .5 (#1)
Es ist so weit. Die Menschheit ist dabei, den Mars für sich zu erobern. Nach den ersten Marsmissionen soll nun eine menschliche Kolonie geschaffen werden. Dazu treten 100 Frauen und Männer die Reise zum roten Planeten an und eine neue Art des menschlichen Seins beginnt.2026 stellen sich 50 Frauen un...
Red Mars is no mere romp across the red planet, nor is it a simple story of survival. It's an epic of colonization, chronicling in painstaking detail and moving lyricism the lives of its first colonists as they travel to Mars, study the planet, and lay the foundations for a new world. The scope is...
I had mixed feelings about this book. Although it took me forever to get through it, that had more to do with my schedule than my interest. This is a very descriptive book, and sometimes I get bogged down with descriptive books, but I didn’t have too much trouble with this one because the descriptio...
Red Mars is a book that has great strengths and weaknesses. Its srengths are the process of the colonization of Mars itself. The Mars of the book is the real Mars and not a fantasy Mars and the book is steeped in its geology and geography. The time frame of the book is epic spanning several decad...
"It always seemed to him that sunset more than any other time of day made it clear that they stood on an alien planet; something in the slant and redness of the light was fundamentally wrong, upsetting expectations wired into the savannah brain over millions of years." KSR is a marmite kind of au...
Share this Book