Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Blue Mars

by Kim Stanley Robinson

The third volume of Mr. Robinson's Mars trilogy, Blue Mars is set in the era when terraforming has made some areas of Mars inhabitable by humans without excessive life support equipment. As a society, Mars tries to make its way in tension between Earth and the other, newer human colonies of the solar system. As for the remanants of the First Hundred, the initial colonists of Mars, they're dealing with the challenges of longevity and the effects of their minds and memories.

Very good waiting room material, though it started slow.
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