The book is a sequel to the author’s first book, “Project Yellow Sky, A Korean Conspiracy” which told the story of an American Engineer’s involvement in U.S. attempts to foil a North Korean plot to attain world domination by nuclear intimidation and blackmail. It tells the story of a family that survives a Korean nuclear attack on U.S. soil to eventually form a revolutionary group to overthrow a newly formed militaristic, totalitarian government. It not only relates the harrowing experiences of the immediate family here on earth, but extends the family legacy to the year 2084 and beyond. Much of the action in the later years of the 21st century occurs in isolated colonies established on the planet Mars where the pioneering spirit of these rugged individuals overcomes seemingly insurmountable odds.
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2084 Mars, A New World
You have to read Project Yellow Sky: A Korean Conspiracy first in order to really understand 2084 Mars, A New World. There are many flashbacks that relate to the characters in the first book. But really this book is not hard to follow and the characters are easy to follow. I enjoyed the read.
The book is science fiction. It's not intended to be a literary classic. I'm sure the average reader will agree that the writing style is straightforward and honest without ostentatious exaggeration.