by Kim Stanley Robinson
- Paperback, 535 pages
- Published by Bantam Books
- Publication date: April, 1994
- ISBN: 0553373358
Kim Stanley Robinson has earned a reputation as the master of Mars fiction, writing books that are scientific, sociological and, best yet, fantastic. Green Mars continues the story of humans settling the planet in a process called "terraforming."
In Red Mars, the initial work in the trilogy, the first 100 scientists chosen to explore the planet disintegrated in disagreement--in part because of pressures from forces on Earth. Some of the scientists formed a loose network underground.
Green Mars, which won the 1994 Hugo Award, follows the development of the underground and the problems endemic to forming a new society.
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