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353-356, don't blink), without much detail about what was actually happening or how it was ended.
I am very interested in climate change and global warming, but there is very little in the three book series which is new from a science perspective.
Little Joe is a minor figure, but he too is left hanging... There are too many loose ends and too much still to do.
kim stanley robinson is one of my favorite contemporary scifi authors. his works like the red mars series are more often than excellent. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Nichols
Clearly written, apparently with a good scientific basis. Characters are alive and realistic. I used this trilogy to introduce several "literary" friends who had never... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Ekdahl
(and didn't renew it is I could finish it). I never got interested in it. I still give it two stars because I think some people might enjoy it and because overall Robinson is a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by janemano
So it's a trilogy.
It's actually one really long novel with stopping places at the ends of each volume. Read more
A novel about environmental catastrophe that ends well. The story is rich and detailed as in all of Kim Stanley Robinson's works, infused with Buddhism and technology. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Steven R. Staton
I loved this series. I didn't have a preference for any of the 3 books so I'm putting the same review on each. Read morePublished 9 months ago by TravelFairy
KSR is my favourite writer. He takes global warming head on and, once again, he delivers. I highly recommend this.Published 16 months ago by Rickey H. Moore
Three books in the series... all promised so much and I kept buyin' em to see what would happen eventually. Not much really.... ho humPublished 18 months ago by Harry Peek
I don't need a bunch of excitement in my science fiction, but this seemed to move a bit slowly even for me. Read morePublished 18 months ago by William R. Bua