Mars by Ben Bova


Science Fiction

Mars MarsBen Bova; Bantam Spectra 1993WorldCatMars…to a science fiction fan, that planet conjures up visions. Those visions could include alien invaders, life, death, castles, or rocks. The Red Planet draws us as the next logical place for Man to explore.

Dr. Jamie Waterman, a Native American geologist, is part of the multinational, multicultural, first team to land on and explore Mars. Jamie is overwhelmed and excited about this reaching out by humankind. He is determined to ensure this will not be man’s last visit to Mars.

This novel works with the current knowledge we have of Mars. It is scientifically sound in its depiction.

An insightful, exciting tale is spun here. This sounds like it could be a history of mankind’s first Mars landing. The people are believable, and the Earth politics and media are insightfully shown. Plus, it is a story to hold your attention.

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