This series contains:
The Mines of Mars, Part I (short story)
Kyrk is on a mission to hit a Martian transport train loaded with precious metals. His new sidekick, Goldman, has other designs. When they both find their plans disrupted, Kyrk finds his new purpose may involve the people fleeing the settlements near the mines of Mars.
Fractal Standard Time - Book I (short story collection)
Can Eden be built on another planet? Several pioneers, explorers, and inventors aim to find out by establishing a permanent colony on Mars. One mathematician and scientist, Steven Entner, stakes his career on the idea and inspires several generations to come.
As his vision evolves through his descendents, so does the technology to implement it. With the technology comes an increasing mastery over the environment. In the wrong hands that technology may lead to their ultimate destruction.
Ionotatron - Book II (novel)
When a construction accident takes out the mayor of Mars' largest domed city, Pierce Steadman is elevated into the role. Tasked with overseeing the reconstruction of Magnopolis after the Great War, he sets out to separate the city from its Earth-inspired past and to restore hope to its population.
Yet other forces also have designs on the city. As references to God disappear from the Network Archives, those forces unleash a towering destructive machine unlike any other: Ionotatron.
Chronopticus Rising - Book III (novel)
Pierce Steadman returns home expecting a hero's welcome, but instead finds himself out of a job and witnessing a Martian colony on the brink of collapse. Soon after, citizens are sorted by a futuristic Network tracking algorithm and the religious undesirables are rounded up.
Yet will the crackdown bring the settlements one step closer to Eden? Can the Network really predict the future? And why is a former smuggler walking the streets at night talking to streetlights?