|Dimensions||24 × 16 × 4 cm|
Good. The book has been read and is in good readable condition with visible wear on the cover and possibly some noticeable writing on the pages. Possible book foxing.
Good. Jacket is intact with some edging, bumping, and some slight tearing in places.
Moving Mars1st Editions, Science Fiction
Cassia Majumdar was a daughter of one of Mars’ oldest, most conservative Binding Multiples – the extended family syndicates that had colonized the red planet. But her life was changed forever by the student protest of 2171. Those brief days of idealism forged bonds that would last a lifetime, and set the stage for a more dramatic act of revolution than anyone could have imagined.
Charles Franklin, too, was caught up in those days of passionate youth. A brilliant young physicist with a deep love for his native planet, he was forced to leave his world behind to gain the training he needed. And in those years, the political distance between Earth and Mars was growing wider than the empty reaches of interplanetary space.
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