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The Mars House

Natasha Pulley

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Gollancz
26 March 2024
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'Pure Pulley' STUART TURTON

'Joyful and profound' CATRIONA WARD

'Simply unputdownable' THOMAS D. LEE

'A work of staggering genius' IMRAN MAHMOOD

'Charming and funny and perfectly paced' TEMI OH

'A spiritual heir to Terry Pratchett' ROBIN STEVENS

'Book of the year for me' LAUREN JAMES

January Stirling was one of the principal dancers of London's Royal Ballet. Now he's a climate refugee bound for Tharsis, the notorious terraformed colony on Mars. It's a utopia for the naturalised population. For January, as a dangerous Earthstronger whose body is unadjusted to the weaker Martian gravity, it's a life sentence to hard labour and ferocious discrimination.

But he will live.

Aubrey Gale, energy trillionaire and hereditary senator, is running for election on a hardline platform to protect the native population from dangerous immigrants. The path to equality is simple, requiring all Earthstrongers who choose to come to Mars to undergo the disabling and sometimes fatal process of surgical naturalisation.

Which is no life at all.

When a disastrous media encounter plunges Aubrey and January's lives into chaos, the solution is a five-year made-for-reality-TV marriage that could secure January's future and ensure Aubrey's political success . . . but it soon becomes clear that thousands of lives hang in the balance, and nothing is as it seems.

Timely and utterly unputdownable, The Mars House is an exceptional genre-blending story about privilege, strength, life, and love across class divisions - perfect for fans of Babel by R.F. Kuang, The Ferryman by Justin Cronin, and This Is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone.

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Imprint:   Gollancz
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 232mm,  Width: 152mm,  Spine: 38mm
Weight:   600g
ISBN:   9781399618540
ISBN 10:   1399618547
Pages:   480
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

A #1 Sunday Times bestselling author, Natasha Pulley has won the Betty Trask Award, been shortlisted for the Locus Award, WALTER SCOTT PRIZE, THE RSL'S ENCORE AWARD, and her books have been a Sunday Times, The Times and The Observer book of the month, and a Sunday Times book of the year. She has studied around the world, teaching in China, Japan and Peru before returning to the UK to lecture at Bath Spa University. She also works as a panel tutor at the Institute of Continuing Education in Cambridge, and volunteers at the local shipyard, doing maintenance on tall ships. She lives in Bristol.

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