Red Planet - Robert A. Heinlein Reviews
Description:ISBN 0345493184 / Genre: Author: Robert A. Heinlein / Edition: Reprint / Paperback / 256 Pages / Book is published 2006-09-26 by Del Rey ... more
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Jim Marlow and his strange - looking Martian friend Willis were a ...
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Written in 1949 by science fiction master Robert Heinlein, Red Planet is a novel for teenage boys, concerning events during the early years of a Mars colony. The protagonist, Jim Marlowe is about fourteen years old when he is packed off to a Mars boarding school and into a conflict with the tyrannical headmaster that swiftly escalates into nothing less than a full-scale rebellion by the Colonists against the ruling Company. Structure-wise, it starts off introducing the characters and their world for the first couple of chapters before the boys set off to school, where they get one hell of a bastard for a headmaster. Then it becomes an escape story, with a ... Read the complete review
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