Green Mars (Mars Trilogy #2) (Paperback)

By Kim Stanley Robinson

Spectra, 9780553572391, 640pp.

Publication Date: May 1, 1995

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Description

Winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel • Kim Stanley Robinson’s classic trilogy depicting the colonization of Mars continues in a thrilling and timeless novel that pits the settlers against their greatest foes: themselves.
 
Nearly a generation has passed since the first pioneers landed on Mars, and its transformation to an Earthlike planet is under way. But not everyone wants to see the process through. The methods are opposed by those who are determined to preserve their home planet’s hostile, barren beauty. Led by the first generation of children born on Mars, these rebels are soon joined by a handful of the original settlers. Against this cosmic backdrop, passions, partnerships, and rivalries explode in a story as spectacular as the planet itself.
 
Praise for Green Mars

“One of the major sagas of the [latest] generation in science fiction.”Chicago Sun-Times
 
“Dense as a diamond and as sharp; it makes even most good novels seem pale and insignificant by comparison.”The Washington Post Book World
 
“Grand in scope, meticulous in detail.”The New York Times Book Review


About the Author

Kim Stanley Robinson is a winner of the Hugo, Nebula, and Locus awards. He is the author of more than twenty books, including the bestselling Mars trilogy and the critically acclaimed Forty Signs of Rain, Fifty Degrees Below, Sixty Days and Counting, The Years of Rice and Salt, and Galileo’s Dream. In 2008 he was named one of Time magazine’s “Heroes of the Environment.” He serves on the board of the Sierra Nevada Research Institute. He lives in Davis, California.


Praise For Green Mars (Mars Trilogy #2)

“One of the major sagas of the [latest] generation in science fiction.”Chicago Sun-Times
 
“Dense as a diamond and as sharp; it makes even most good novels seem pale and insignificant by comparison.”The Washington Post Book World
 
“Grand in scope, meticulous in detail.”The New York Times Book Review