Mother Moon

Mother Moon A colony of scientists is stranded on the Moon as the Earth faces imminent disaster A wooden sailing ship is navigating the dangerous waters of religious fundamentalism Two events separated

  • Title: Mother Moon
  • Author: Bob Goddard Esther Lemmens
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  • Page: 280
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  • Mother Moon

    2087 A colony of scientists is stranded on the Moon as the Earth faces imminent disaster 1504 A wooden sailing ship is navigating the dangerous waters of religious fundamentalism Two events separated by space and time, yet destined to collide in a simple twist of fate.When a comet changes course and heads for Earth, the finger of blame is pointed at one country The2087 A colony of scientists is stranded on the Moon as the Earth faces imminent disaster 1504 A wooden sailing ship is navigating the dangerous waters of religious fundamentalism Two events separated by space and time, yet destined to collide in a simple twist of fate.When a comet changes course and heads for Earth, the finger of blame is pointed at one country The entire planet is thrown into chaos, while on the Moon a colony of scientists faces the bleak prospect of being stranded forever.Will Cooper and Nadia Sokolova become unlikely allies in their struggle for survival Can they make Armstrong Base self sufficient before the food runs out Will they ever see their families again Can love conquer fear in one sixth gravity And what does a 16th century sailing ship and its grizzled captain have to do with their plight Can he stay alive long enough to uncover the origins of all humans on Earth Is this the end of Man or the rebirth of Mankind Only Mother Moon has the answers

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    1. Angela Withrow TheArdentReader

      This book was a refreshing break from my usual genre. (historical romance)I started his book wondering what the two time periods could possibly have in common.I was NOT disappointed by the answer!This book is an emotional but cathartic journey. Some of the events in the book come very close to home and made me realize this could actually happen! Scary as it is, the story was very enjoyable.The characters are likable, fallible people, in other words, they are human. Not super special, just very s [...]

    2. Al "Tank"

      A comet's on a collision course with Earth. A small lunar colony of people are waiting on their next supply ship, but it's been sidetracked to ram it and a nuke into the comet to change its course. Can it get any worse? Of course.On a parallel story, a 16th century sailor is in trouble with an evil Cardinal with a secret and an ambition to make himself into the Pope.What do these two story lines have to do with each other? I couldn't figure it out until the end and then it was a huge surprise.I [...]

    3. Linda Atterton

      I normally don't like science fiction. But I don't call this science fiction. It is too many other things. Yes the science is there, the backgrounds are stunning but the story is more so. The characters are never cutouts they are real. The cast he introduces is varied and believable, they make you feel what they feel, take you there. I am rereading this because it's possible to miss things first time. And I rarely read books twice. The plot is clever. This is more an epic in the best sense of th [...]

    4. J.I. Rogers

      What happens when you take hard science fiction and blend it with near-Earth speculative fiction? In the case of "Mother Moon," you get something remarkable.This review is an opinion piece and contains no spoilers. In the title, you'll note that I've classified this novel under two genres - it's not because it doesn't measure up in the hard science portion. I added the near-Earth speculative fiction part to accommodate the 'Earth' chapters. Read the book; you'll see what I mean.First and foremos [...]

    5. Dorothy Piper

      I enjoyed reading Bob Goddard's story of what happens on the Moon in the 21st Century. He entwines another story with it in which he envisages how life started on Earth way back in the mists of time. I must say straight away that I found the futuristic plot easier to believe.Mother Moon is an entertaining story. It tells what happens when a group of people with dissimilar interests is trapped on the Moon. These first long-term Moon inhabitants never give up hope of being rescued and the measures [...]

    6. Drew Baker

      This book was pretty cleverly written with two seemingly unrelated stories running side by side. I won't spoil it so don't worry, but the dialogue is good (and surprisingly, was very clean for those of you looking for family friendly material. Only a handful of swears here and there, and no sex) and the story is interesting enough to make you want to keep going. Definitely worth picking up and reading.

    7. Oh My Bookness

      Book Review:I believe most Science Fiction fans can agree there is always so much that is recycled and re-used that the stories stop feeling original. It feels like you have read it before. Is their originality left? Or are we so stuck on “fads” and the movement in “pop culture” that we just forget that using your imagination, being original is not a bad thing. You need to be ahead if you want to make it.Mother Moon by Bob Goddard has the spark, the spark of original storytelling though [...]

    8. Morgan Smith

      In the realm of hard science fiction, one might say that all the best story lines have already been done, and you could be right. Certainly, “Mother Moon” by Bob Goddard takes a familiar idea – that of colonizing the moon – but he gives it a very modern feel by incorporating some logical outcomes of present-day social and political situations to envision a future Earth society, as well as predicting some of the consequences of current industrial practices, when they are translated into t [...]

    9. Catherine Putsche

      “Goddard’s elegantly constructed novel evokes some of the finest traditions in science fiction, with a near future setting where the fate of humankind rests in the hands of a small colony of lunar-based scientists.” walkerputsche.wordpress/Mother Moon is primarily set in the year 2087 and also on Earth in 1504. These two unique stories run parallel along each other and although it is difficult to imagine at first how these two different stories link together through time and space, they do [...]

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