Climbing Olympus (2020)

Climbing Olympus Kevin J. Anderson Climbing Olympus They were prisoners exiles pawns of a corrupt government Now they are Dr Rachel Dycek s adin surgically transformed beings who can survive new lives on the surface of Mars But they are still exiles
  • Title: Climbing Olympus
  • Author: Kevin J. Anderson
  • ISBN: 9781614750673
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Paperback
Climbing Olympus Kevin J. Anderson They were prisoners, exiles, pawns of a corrupt government Now they are Dr Rachel Dycek s adin, surgically transformed beings who can survive new lives on the surface of Mars But they are still exiles, unable ever again to breathe Earth s air And they are still pawns For the adin exist to terraform Mars for human colonists, not for themselves Creating a new Earth, thThey were prisoners, exiles, pawns of a corrupt government Now they are Dr Rachel Dycek s adin, surgically transformed beings who can survive new lives on the surface of Mars But they are still exiles, unable ever again to breathe Earth s air And they are still pawns For the adin exist to terraform Mars for human colonists, not for themselves Creating a new Earth, they will destroy their world, killed by their own success Desperate, adin leader Boris Tiban launches a suicide campaign to sabotage the Mars Project, knowing his people will perish in a glorious, doomed campaign of mayhem unless embattled, bitter Rachel Dycek can find a miracle to save both the Mars Project and the race she created.
Climbing Olympus Kevin J. Anderson

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One thought on “Climbing Olympus

  1. Leann Robinson

    Excellent book Great plot twists, believable characters, interesting background What needs to be said

  2. J.C. Crumpton

    Good stuff from Mr Anderson I was afraid it was going to be predictablebut it swerved at the end.

  3. Charl

    I liked this book The concept was interesting, the characters believable, and the science was, for the most part, seemingly sound.

  4. Bryan

    A fair followup to Fred Pohl s landmark novel Man Plus which you should actually read first before you read this In fact, Anderson deftly slips in a reference to the Pohl novel at one point, so it s nice to see him acknowledge those who had the ideas first.The story is actually decent, and Anderson handles the plot details fairly well The weak part of this novel involves the characters They are well developed, but uniformly negative and morose Only in the last 100 pages or so do we finally meet [...]

  5. Prester

    As a kid, I always wondered what it would be like on Mars This book gave me a good idea.The storyline of a possible community on the red planet made me wonder again if it could happen in my lifetime.This story moves quite well and deals with some human emotion as well as science It even gives a miracle or two I hope that Kevin J Anderson revisits this story in the future.I would recommend this one for all Sci Fi fans.

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