The Martian audiobook is a science fiction that begins in the not-too-distant future. The Martian audiobook follows Astronaut Mark Watney, a botanist and mechanical engineer on the American Ares 3 Mars mission, which follows two successful Ares missions.
In The Martian audiobook, after a few days on Mars, a massive dust storm interrupts the astronauts’ mission and compels them to evacuate. Watney gets struck by a shard of metal, a piece of the crew’s antenna, during this. The team abandons Watney on Mars, believing him to be dead as a result of the tragedy. Commander Lewis, the mission’s commander, does it with a feeling of great sorrow but feels it is the right thing. The Ares 3 crew struggles to keep a confidence for the long journey back to Earth, while NASA does everything it can to minimize the consequences on Earth following Watney’s alleged death on Mars.
In The Martian audiobook free, Watney wakes up about a day later, alone on Mars. He limps back to the Hab to treat his injury. He then counts the remaining food, water, and air supplies in the Hab. Watney intends to severely restrict his food intake to live until the next Ares expedition. Watney learns that he can reuse nearly all of the air and water he consumes, eliminating any immediate threats to his survival. Mark then investigates his mode of communication and discovers that the antenna for the communications satellite is broken.
In The Martian audiobook free, NASA finds about him soon and embarks on a daring and deadly expedition to bring him back.
Andy Weir wrote The Martian audiobook.
Andrew Taylor Weir was born on June 16, 1972. He is an author from the United States whose first novel, The Martian, was made into a film of the same name. In 2016, he won the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. For much of his life, he also employed as a computer programmer.
Weir grew up reading classic science fiction. He started working as a computer programmer at Sandia National Laboratories at the age of 15. Weir attended UC San Diego and majored in computer science, but he did not graduate. He worked as a programmer for several software firms.
Weir began to write science fiction in his twenties and has been publishing material on his website for many years. He also wrote Casey and Andy, a humorous web-comic. He also worked briefly on Cheshire Crossing, a comic that bridged Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, The Wizard of Oz, and Mary Poppins. His first notable work was “The Egg,” a short storey that has been turned into several YouTube videos.
Weir is most known for his debut novel, The Martian. The novel reached the top of the Kindle bestsellers list. The novel’s print edition debuted at No. 12 on The New York Times bestseller list. The Wall Street Journal called it “the greatest pure sci-fi novel in years”.
He has been a lifetime space nerd, with interests in relativistic physics, orbital mechanics, and the history of manned spaceflight. He is 48 years old and resides in California.
The narrator of The Martian audiobook is Wil Wheaton. Other audiobooks that Wil Wheaton has also narrated are Ready Player One, How to Avoid a Climate Disaster, and Armada.
The length of The Martian audiobook is 10 hours and 59 minutes.
Audible Studios published The Martian audiobook on 01/01/20.