Lynette M. Burrows reviews how NASA has been exploring Mars in preparation for a review of her popular Going to Mars Word by Word blog series.
Nominated for the Nebula in 1986 and the Hugo and Locus in 1988, The Forge of God by Greg Bear is our next stop in this series Going to Mars: Word by Word. It is a grim, relentless examination of what might happen if an alien society of machines wanted to destroy the earth without…… Continue reading Going to Mars: Word-by-Word Bear Style
The next stop on our Going to Mars, Word-by-Word tour is the Nebula award-winning novel, Man Plus by Fredrik Pohl, published in 1976.
Jioin me for the next book review, Going to Mars Word by Word via a Time Slip. Martian Time Slip by Phillip K. Dick is a dark, moody story.
We’re going to Mars today via Sir Arthur C. Clarke’s story, The Sands of Mars. It’s a about the early days of colonizing Mars, a story of an Optimistic Knight.