The Martian

Andy Weir
5
Jan 29, 2017

This is a hands-down fabulous book! It’s an adventure. In space. On Mars. What more do you need? But on top of that it’s witty and science-y with a hint of impending doom.

Mark Watney, astronaut-botanist, gets left behind by his crew and must find a way to survive on this uninhabitable planet, alone, until rescue is made possible. The Martian is written in journal form from Watney's perspective. He details all the ways he fixes and rigs the Hub (his home far away from home), finds ways to grow eatable food, and tries to communicate with NASA. But the writing isn't all science jargon, Watney is witty and humorous as he details his out-of-this-world adventure on Mars!

Will Mark Watney survive this adventure? Can he stand being the sole life form on Mars? Can NASA find a way to bring him home? Will his potato plants live? Find out by reading The Martian by Andy Weir. You won’t regret it!

Written by Emily D.

I'm a biologist

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