From the Author
Today we see the real Mars, the only planet in our solar system inhabited entirely by robots. From NASA to Mars One and SpaceX, we're planning human expeditions or permanent settlements to its plains and mountains.
I imagined what the first settlers might find - physical and psychological dangers as well as exploration and adventure - in the first On Mars book- Glory on Mars. How a young Martian struggles to make a life for himself and his failing colony in Born on Mars. If a middle-aged roboticist in a mid-life crisis could save his mother's home and renew his joy in life in Hermit on Mars. I wonder what dangers anew-adult as the Martian society evolves in Water on Mars.
The Red Planet is almost within our grasp. Until explorers land on Mars, join science fiction settlers in a colony vivid enough to be real.
From the Back Cover
Yes, it's the best time to be Mars-born. What could possibly go wrong?
Note that the Back Cover applies only to the print edition.