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This was a great read - could hardly put it down. It has everything a sci-fi fan could ask for and more!Published on Aug. 12 2005
STORY: As one editorial review nicely put: "a revolution is transforming the formerly passive Earth-colony of Mars. Read morePublished on July 24 2003 by Erik1988
The only thing I did not throughly enjoy while reading this was (at the time) I thought Mr Bear had a pretty dim view of human ethics. Read morePublished on June 4 2003 by "mrmaps7"
The book exemplifies the passion of human spirit for individualism and independence. Great read for the revolutionaries.Published on Dec 23 2002
A desert planet with an ancient history of very un-Earth-like life, a frontier world that mixes social conservatism and radical experimentation, this is Mars in the late 22nd... Read morePublished on Sept. 16 2002 by Michael K. Smith
In a book that starts quickly then settles in for a long buildup before finishing with a rush, Greg Bear tells the story of the political tensions that develop between an Earth... Read morePublished on Sept. 7 2002 by Orrin C. Judd
Fresh after reading Darwin's Radio, I decided to give Moving Mars a try. As many reviewers have mentioned, the first 200-300 pages of the book are slow and sometimes unbearably... Read morePublished on April 20 2002 by "shyambajuice"
Greg Bear's MOVING MARS was nominated for the Hugo Award in 1993, sold well, and was acclaimed by some reviewers. Read morePublished on March 18 2002 by Christopher Culver