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"The path to power is cloaked in shadows, so if you avoid all the shadows, you'll never learn anything."
It’s 2090: The last outpost of freedom is the moon, the best defense against technology is magic, and the only hope for humankind rests in the hands of the Star Children.
"Evocative, wholesomely absorbing, and thematically rich, Moon Deeds is a must-read for all science fiction fans.... Stunningly written, filled with magic, science, and intrigue, and featuring fascinating, endearing characters and a brilliant ravaged setting, this ambitious sci-fi novel is one of few books that once started are hard to put down and will make fans eagerly wait for the next installment in the series. It's a novel that deserves to be read by every science fiction lover. Highly recommended." (The Prairies Book Review)
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- Donita N.
I was not sure at first that I could get into this book, but a couple of chapters in I was hooked. The story is fantastic! With the conclusion of each chapter, I could hardly wait for the next. It took me a Chapter or so to get used to and comfortable with the narration. The voice of the narrator is different than other audible books I have listened to. I actually grew to love her voice, with one exception. The voice used for Cassidy was a nasally, whining voice that bothered me every time she spoke. Cassidy is a main character and should sound confident, feminine and strong; however, it was really annoying. Again I would like to reiterate that the narration of every other remaining character was spot on! The other thing I did not particularly enjoy, was the music between Part One, Part Two, and at the end of the book. It was too long. Honestly, I skipped through the longest musical interlude at the very end after the interview with Palmer Pickering. By the way, I loved the interview with Palmer. That was a very nice touch! I can hardly wait to begin with Book Two!! At the possibility of sounding negative, I hope The voice of Cassidy sounds more confident in Book Two.
Of all places to find a home...the moon. An adventure, an escape from authorities, a world on the brink of being completely overtaken, and only one place left to find a home. Throw in kidnapping, treachery, deceit, and a mix of characters and you have a very good book. Nina Price narrated this gem, and brought it to life. Well done.