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Andy Weir

Autor(a) de The Martian

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About the Author

Andy Weir was born and raised in California on June 16, 1972. He is the author of the bestselling, award winning book The Martian. Weir states, I started writing fiction and just putting it up on my website. The Martian was posted in serial format for free for people to read. Its popularity mostrar mais prompted Weir to self-publish a Kindle version on Amazon in 2012. The Martian rocketed to the top of Amazon's online bestseller charts soon after its release. Random House publishers soon heard of The Martian's success, spurring a book deal. This title won the Adult Debut Prize in the Indie Choice Book Awards 2015, the same year that it became listed on the New York Times bestseller list. He was also awarded The John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer in 2016. He is the author of Artemis. It was published in November 2017 and has become a New York Times bestseller. (Bowker Author Biography) mostrar menos


Obras por Andy Weir

The Martian (2012) 17,775 exemplares
Artemis (2017) 5,853 exemplares
Project Hail Mary (2021) — Autor — 5,641 exemplares
The Martian [2015 film] (2011) — Autor — 736 exemplares
Rand0m1ze (2019) 350 exemplares
The Egg (2009) 272 exemplares
Cheshire Crossing (2019) 188 exemplares
The Egg and Other Stories (2017) 75 exemplares
Diary of an AssCan (2015) 61 exemplares
James Moriarty, Consulting Criminal (2017) — Autor — 47 exemplares
Annie's Day 28 exemplares
The Chef 13 exemplares
Lacero 10 exemplares
The Real Deal 9 exemplares
Bored World 9 exemplares
Meeting Sarah 8 exemplares
Antihypoxiant 6 exemplares
The Midtown Butcher 5 exemplares
Access 5 exemplares
Zhek 3 exemplares
Twarrior 2 exemplares
Digitocracy 1 exemplar
Rat 1 exemplar

Associated Works

Press Start to Play (2015) — Contribuidor — 254 exemplares
Forward Collection (2019) — Contribuidor — 21 exemplares


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Conhecimento Comum

Nome canónico
Weir, Andy
Nome legal
Weir, Andy Taylor
Outros nomes
Sharp, Jack
Data de nascimento
Local de nascimento
Davis, California, USA
Locais de residência
Livermore, California, USA
Mountain View, California, USA
University of California, San Diego
software engineer
Prémios e menções honrosas
John W. Campbell Award (2016)
David Fugate



Artemis em The Green Dragon (Janeiro 2018)
Andy Weir em The Martian (Outubro 2016)
The movie is out! em The Martian (Fevereiro 2016)
Sand storm! em The Martian (Agosto 2015)
The Martian by Andy Weir - reading in Dec 2014 em Science Fiction Fans (Dezembro 2014)


This was a quick and easy read, mostly because my mind skipped merrily over most of the figures and calculations and went for the narrative and psychology. Several laugh out loud moments. This might be my go-to reread if I want something spacey and don't quite have the spoons for the whole Mars Trilogy (Kim Stanley Robinson).
LaurenThemself | 1,229 outras críticas | Feb 20, 2024 |
Cool story, too much science for my humanities brain to handle. Also, I've never loved an alien more.
AngelClaw | 320 outras críticas | Feb 15, 2024 |
I'd really love to give this book 4 or maybe even 5 starts. The storytelling was just as good, if not better than, The Martian. Andy Weir's grasp on the first person perspective is immaculate and he really puts you into the story. This book was filled with all of the technical research that I loved in The Martian and all of the problems and setbacks that make for a page turner.

So why the three stars? Simple... language/offense. I cannot in good conscience give a book more than three stars that takes the Lord's name in vain on every other page. It really is ridiculous and grated on my nerves. Call me prudish if you will, but I'm a Christian and that language is offensive to me. For that reason, I would also have a hard time recommending this book to anyone.… (mais)
jfranzone | 349 outras críticas | Feb 14, 2024 |



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