Green Mars

Kim Stanley Robinson
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Free Mars? You Can Never Go Back


Green Mars is an incredibly dense, thorough, and slow-paced continuation from the Mars colonization story that began in Red Mars. Green Mars features the development of a Martian ecology and society, and it is filled with many debates between disparate groups about how each of these things should develop. Many familiar faces show up as viewpoint characters, such as Nadia, Maya, and Sax, as well as a few new characters, such as the Martian Nirgal and the Earthman Art. For me, the story picked up interest significantly in the second half of the novel, and it came together in the end to a very satisfying conclusion. I don’t think I enjoyed this quite as much as Red Mars, but I still think it was an impressive work of science fiction.

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