Paperback. English. HarperCollins. 1994. In fair condition.
Frozen lakes form, lichen creeps over the dry stone, a thin atmosphere wraps the planet. Man's dream of a new world is underway, but corrupted. The revolution defeated, Earth's transnational corporations set about plundering Mars for profit. Countries are bought and sold by the transnationals, why not planets too? The survivors of the First Hundred know that technology alone won't bring utopia. Boone is dead, Hiroko Ai is venerated by believers in the green way, Sax Russell argues for scientific rationalism; Ann Clayborne opposes all interference - Mars should be preserved absolutely. Do they want bloody revolution or peaceful co-existence?