The final novel in Kim Stanley Robinson’s massively successful and lavishly praised Mars trilogy. ‘The ultimate in future history’ Daily Mail
Mars has grown up
It is fully terraformed – genetically engineered plants and animals live by newly built canals and young but stormy seas.
It is politically independent. A brave and buzzing new world. Most of the First Hundred have died. Those that remain are like walking myths to Martian youth.
Earth has grown too much
Chronic overpopulation, bitter nationalism, scarce resources. For too many Terrans, Mars is a mocking utopia. A dream to live for, fight for… perhaps even die for.
‘One of the finest working novelists in any genre’GUARDIAN -
'If I had to choose one writer whose work will set the standard for science fiction in the future, it would be Kim Stanley Robinson’NEW YORK TIMES -
Praise for The Mars Trilogy: -
‘One of the finest works of American SF’TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT -
‘The ultimate in future history’DAILY MAIL -
‘Absorbing, impressive, fascinating… Utterly plausible’FINANCIAL TIMES -
‘A staggering book. The best novel on the colonization of Mars that has ever been written’Arthur C. Clarke -
‘Red Mars may simply be the best novel ever written about Mars’INTERZONE -