Red Spring

Red Spring
Author: 
Language: 
ASIN: 
B008PULAR4
Pages: 
208
Published: 
July 26th 2012 by Timothy Norwood
Rating: 
4.5

For thirty years the small colony on Mars has been ruled by the Alliance. The locals have now declared independence and are trying to create their own Martian society. It's a time of new beginnings, but powerful forces back on Earth want the planet back and the balance of power is shifting...

Ares is a soldier who dreams of home... Kaitlin works in a factory but wants to be an engineer... Roger's mother is a world leader while he likes to travel... Jack is beginning to think he's on the wrong side... Living through the war will change them all, as a new world is born...

This is the story of ordinary people caught up in a conflict which will decide the future of the solar system. History is being written around them and each one will be called upon to play their part as events unfold...

*****

Red Spring is a novel set in the twenty-second century. It's a book about freedom, identity and life against the context of the human exploration of the solar system...

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