Icehenge

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Description

Robinson's astonishing Mars sequence -- "Red Mars, Green Mars, " and "Blue Mars" -- won the Nebula Award for the first volume and Hugos for the second and third. "Icehenge" is the Robinson's first novel set on Mars.

Product Details

Price
$21.99  $20.23
Publisher
Orb Books
Publish Date
May 15, 1998
Pages
288
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.4 X 0.7 inches | 0.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780312866099
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About the Author

New York Times bestselling author KIM STANLEY ROBINSON was born in 1952. A native Californian, he is the author of the Nebula and Hugo Award-winning Mars trilogy, as well as the 2016 winner of the Robert A. Heinlein Award bestowed for outstanding published works in science fiction and technical writings that inspire the human exploration of space. This award is in recognition of Mr. Robinson's body of work including more than fifteen novels, including his groundbreaking Mars novels, and over forty short stories.

Reviews

"Unforgettable." --"The Baltimore Sun"
"In a genre not often distinguished by strong characterization, Robinson is a welcome exception. Yet even the memorable community of his "The Wild Shore" did not prepare us for this brilliant triptych in which the monolithic artifact of the title and the events surrounding it are described and examined from widely different points of view. The distinct, personal voices of the narratives, as they construct and deconstruct their elegant theories, are a pleasure rare in SF." --"Publishers Weekly"

"Unforgettable." --"The Baltimore Sun"

"In a genre not often distinguished by strong characterization, Robinson is a welcome exception. Yet even the memorable community of his "The Wild Shore" did not prepare us for this brilliant triptych in which the monolithic artifact of the title and the events surrounding it are described and examined from widely different points of view. The distinct, personal voices of the narratives, as they construct and deconstruct their elegant theories, are a pleasure rare in SF." --"Publishers Weekly"

Unforgettable. "The Baltimore Sun"

In a genre not often distinguished by strong characterization, Robinson is a welcome exception. Yet even the memorable community of his "The Wild Shore" did not prepare us for this brilliant triptych in which the monolithic artifact of the title and the events surrounding it are described and examined from widely different points of view. The distinct, personal voices of the narratives, as they construct and deconstruct their elegant theories, are a pleasure rare in SF. "Publishers Weekly""

Unforgettable. The Baltimore Sun

In a genre not often distinguished by strong characterization, Robinson is a welcome exception. Yet even the memorable community of his The Wild Shore did not prepare us for this brilliant triptych in which the monolithic artifact of the title and the events surrounding it are described and examined from widely different points of view. The distinct, personal voices of the narratives, as they construct and deconstruct their elegant theories, are a pleasure rare in SF. Publishers Weekly

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"Unforgettable." --The Baltimore Sun

"In a genre not often distinguished by strong characterization, Robinson is a welcome exception. Yet even the memorable community of his The Wild Shore did not prepare us for this brilliant triptych in which the monolithic artifact of the title and the events surrounding it are described and examined from widely different points of view. The distinct, personal voices of the narratives, as they construct and deconstruct their elegant theories, are a pleasure rare in SF." --Publishers Weekly