Genre: Science Fiction
Series: Stand Alone
Publisher: Tor (July 12, 2016)
Length: 320 pages
My rating: 3 stars
Set on an alternate earth where Isaac Newton discovered the means for man to reach the stars in the late 1600s, Arabella of Mars captures the romantic, optimistic feel of classic science fiction. The environment of 1800s English society adding an elegant veneer to a thoroughly spacefaring journey of self-discovery by our heroine, Arabella Ashby of Mars!
When human’s venture forth into space, Mars is naturally the first planet explored. Mankind discovering that not only is its atmosphere breathable, but it has a native tree vital to future interplanetary travel as well as crab-like denizens who are able to be communicated with and dealt with in the same manner as other indigenous races in the British Empire. This revelation…
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