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The author of the book: Kim Stanley Robinson
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An independent Mars but not a peaceful one, Blue Mars, blue skies, a great , stormy, huge , Martian North Sea, of the same color, turning salty, fish swimming below, birds flying above, animals roaming around the land, majestic trees growing on beautiful hills, sparkling rivers gently flowing by, magnificent green vegetation everywhere on shore, dark clouds that cause showers to pour down, howling winds over 150 miles a hour, making powerful waves crash on pretty little fishing villages and resorts, gorgeous beaches full of Martians playing, boats tossed high in the breathable air, dazzling islands in the Sun, the mythical great canal built here, towering mountains twice the size of Everest, curious tourists from distant Earth arrive, yes a paradise, if no people lived on the 4th planet. The struggle always continues between crippled, crowded, desperate, over populated Earth and an almost empty Mars. Terra, needs to send millions, or billions to the former red planet. Nevertheless the Martian government resists this, treaty or no treaty, in the 23rd century, pressure from their population, both native and immigrant, who believe that already enough millions are there, and the Reds still actively blowing up things they feel are hurting their world, but you can not return to the pristine deserts, with a toxic, thin atmosphere, blinding, choking, dust storms, that last years, and circled the globe, brutal, sub zero temperatures, of past days, ( no more pink skies), only read or see ancient pictures, about them. After the second revolution succeeded, the reds tried to destroy the invaluable, ingenious, space elevator, controlled by Earth still, a threat but the green government, stopped it in a brief civil war, yet very destructive one ... The first hundred ( 101, in fact, there was a stowaway, Coyote), are fewer, even with the Treatment , less than twenty now, living to a ridicules age , over 220, some older but their minds are going, a new drug is needed or Sax, Maya, Ann, Michel , Coyote, etc., will be no more, sudden deaths will wipe them out . Nevertheless how can you relate to natives that are seven feet tall, and think you are a museum piece, from a history book (they still exist ! ) ? And what about Hiroko ? Is the great, enigmatic biologist, who could grow anything on the formerly desolate surface, here, alive. Sightings from Earth to every part of Blue Mars, are constantly reported, she has vanished, either killed in the rebellion against the UN, or hiding with her followers, the mystery has become a sort of joke...The Solar System is being inhabited everywhere, from steamy Mercury, cloudy Venus (in the future), to deep inside small asteroids, weirdly shaped, to the frigid moons of Uranus ... Neptune and Pluto are next, and they will not stop there, crossing to the nearest stars, with Goldilocks planets (not too hot, not too cold, just right), new technology is opening up the heavens , limits are falling, the human race feels that they can do anything, and solve every problem, overcome all, Manifest Destiny, in Outer Space. The Universe will be conquered, humanity needs elbow room ...
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Read information about the authorKim Stanley Robinson is an American science fiction writer, probably best known for his award-winning Mars trilogy.
His work delves into ecological and sociological themes regularly, and many of his novels appear to be the direct result of his own scientific fascinations, such as the 15 years of research and lifelong fascination with Mars which culminated in his most famous work. He has, due to his fascination with Mars, become a member of the Mars Society.
Robinson's work has been labeled by reviewers as "literary science fiction".
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