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С предговор от Джордж Р Р Мартин и разкази отДАНИЕЛ ЕЙБРАХАМ МАЙКЪЛ МУРКОК ДЖО Р ЛАНСДЕЙЛ ДЖЕЙМС С А КОРИ ФИЛИС АЙЗЕНСТАЙН АЛЪН М СТИЙЛИ много други „Имало едно време една планета на име Марс цял един свят на червени пясъци канали и безкрайни приключения Спомням си я добре защото често ходех там като дете”Джордж Р Р МартинСтарият Марс е сборник с петнайсет нови разказа вдъхновени от романтичния Марс. Martian Blood by Allen M SteeleThere is life on Mars We invade I liked this storyThe Ugly duckling by Matthew HughesA good story about an archaeologist on duh MarsThe wreck of the Mars Adventure by David D LevineCaptain Kidd takes his ship and sails to mars Yes that was one for the imaginationSwords of Zar tu kan by SMStirlingA kidnapping A rather meh storyShoals by Mary RosenblumIt started off a bit boring but then the Martians came and it turned goodIn the tombs of the Martian Kinds by Mike ResnickAnother one that picked up after a while and one that I would read aboutOut of Scarlight by Liz WilliamsThere had been Martians there once or not GoodThe dead sea bottom scrolls by Howard WaldropOld Mars A travel log mehA man without honor by James SA CoreyA story entirely in cursive WhyyyyWritten in dust by Melina M SnodgrassI get why there are Martians in every tale It s old school before we knew that there are no Martians Still at least some could live underground or something so I could believeBut hey still good story about memories I got off trackThe lost canal by Micheal MoorcockNote to self Do not stop reading in the middle of a short story it s hard to get back into itTHE SUNSTONE by Phyllis EisensteinAnother archaeologist finds his way GoodKING OF THE CHEAP ROMANCE by Joe R LansdaleA girl finding danger on the ice Weird old MarsMARINER by Chris RobersonHow unlucky can a man be OkTHE UEEN OF NIGHT S ARIA by Ian McDonaldFinally a bit of war We have been way too friendly so far and humans are not that niceSome good ones some I wanted of some ok ones You know the usual find in an anthology There are always styles you like styles you do not care for and styles you did not know you would enjoy and didThese are not about Mars now Instead we have to believe that we knew less about Mars back to the time where Mars could have held all kinds of wonders Martians cities you name itInteresting read and well I am all Marsed out now

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?астика“ „псевдо фантастика“ или както намерите за добре Може да ги определите и просто като „историии“ акато всички останали истории тези също се коренят във въображението Ако се замислите по сериозно надали ще стигнете до извода че „реално“ е толкова съществено колкото „качествено“ Маринър не успя да открие Стария Марс Вие обаче можете Просто отворете книгата Носител на награда Локус за 2014 г. An anthology of stories set on versions of the Mars we used to think was out there until the Mariner probes brought back the tedious truth I say we for as long as I ve been alive it s been known that our nearest neighbour was beige and barren I ve never even read Edgar Rice Burroughs though I thought the John Carter film was much better than report and Hollywood politics admitted And yet George RR Martin s introduction Red Planet Blues still brought a tear to my eye as he reminded me of all those other stories I did read set on that other better Mars of ancient cities and dwindling races stories by everyone from CS Lewis to Clifford Simak And to be honest that introduction an edited version is online here is probably my favourite thing in this collection Which may sound damning but it really is a wonderful essay on that most melancholy of topics the futures we lose when the present doesn t take the routes the past confidently expected The stories themselveswell as in any themed anthology to some extent they suffer by repetition one tribute to an old and arid world is affecting than three and three are affecting than 15 even if you as reader do your best to space them out Even beyond the basic shared territory certain tropes necessarily recur and especially when they re intended as twists they rapidly lose their oomph The lost Martians memories survive in the stones you say And ignorant greedy Earthlings are going to sell or otherwise despoil them Again Even beyond that even beyond how many of these tales are trying to do Ray Bradbury without seeming aware uite what a tall order that is there are a fair few which were only ever going to come across as pastiche whether of the elegiac Silver Locusts mode or the swashbuckling planetary romances But there are some gems too Where many of the writers jump to their Marses from somewhen in which those planets still seemed achievable at times coming perilously close to stmpnk Michael Moorcock is one of those who instead approach the remit by taking a future extrapolated from here and now to a Mars a little less dead than ours looks and having learned a thing or two in his long career he makes it sing sharpest Melinda Snodgrass generally a good bet offers a painfully plausible story based around the human ability to develop ornery regionalism about any patch of ground within a depressingly short period of time And Joe Lansdale offers a trek across the Martian ice which throws in new threats and wonders so promiscuously that it could easily have come across as just one damn thing after another if he didn t have such a solid point of view character holding it all together Still I m not sure any of them uite capture Mars that was but then maybe that s part of the point it s an unreachable composite somewhere far into our collective unconscious reminding us of the solar system we missed just around the corner of time

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на старата фантастика Това е Старият Марс изгубеният Марс отпреди космическите експедиции на Викинг 1 и Викинг 2 Марс на каналите на мъртвите градове и на марсианците Крайнителюбители на „твърдата фантастика“ както и прочие литературни фанатици може да пропищят че тези творби не са „истинска научна фантастика“ Така да бъде Назовете ги „космическа опера“ „космическо фентъзи“„ретро научна фан?. For the romantics out there this is a return to Ray Bradbury s Mars What if there were canals on Mars and old civilizations The editors invited a number of writers to author shot stories based on this theme I found out it a great read


10 thoughts on “Старият Марс

  1. says:

    This is a fun anthology of short stories set on Mars Not Mars the way we know it to be but the Mars of classic sf adventure of the last century

  2. says:

    Really excellent collection of new old style SF adventure set on Mars The Mars featured here is not the Mars of our current reality but that of myth a world of red deserts thin air and exotic races and settings

  3. says:

    Martian Blood by Allen M SteeleThere is life on Mars We invade I liked this storyThe Ugly duckling by Matthew HughesA goo

  4. says:

    For the romantics out there this is a return to Ray Bradbury's Mars What if there were canals on Mars and old civilizations The editors invited a number of writers to author shot stories based on this theme I found out it a great read

  5. says:

    Old Mars is a deliberately retro style pulp sci fi anthology edited by George RR Martin and Gardner R Dozois This is a colle

  6. says:

    One word Disappointment Why? Because most stories in this book with the exception of one or two are just average

  7. says:

    Old Mars is an anthology of short science fiction stories based about Mars All of the stories are very enjoyable and some of them we uite riveting Giving us a uick view into each author's style of writing and wetting our a

  8. says:

    Old Mars is a collection of short stories about Mars as it was in the fiction from the Golden Age of science fiction These stories are set on a

  9. says:

    An anthology of stories set on versions of the Mars we used to think was out there until the Mariner probes brought back the tedious truth I say 'we' for as long as I've been alive it's been known that our nearest neighbour was beige and barren I've never even read Edgar Rice Burroughs though I thought the John Carter film was muc

  10. says:

    I have to say for the most part this book was a disappointment It gets three stars as an average between the stor

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