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Moonstruck is the second of the Mark Noble space adventures. Reading Moonscape first is strongly advised.
After the frantic escape from the moon at the end of Moonscape, Mark has only just recovered when he discovers that the United States, together with the Chinese and Russians, are planning an invasion of Moonbase, and they want him to command it.
Penny, an old flame of Mark’s, is on the mission and this infuriates wife Linda, who has been grounded. Twenty-six others form the crew. Not only is it the biggest space expedition in history, but it also represents the most people ever to have been on the moon at the same time, and the most manned spacecraft in orbit too. Can Mark control the fourteen strong military contingent? As the story develops, he realises that he does not have as much authority as he believed.
Once again, Harmsworth has combined hard science fiction together with a fanciful, yet plausible story with totally convincing characters.
If Mark has international cooperation and support, how could anything go wrong? Surely a single offensive should be enough? No! The vicious mid-story plot-twist changes everything.
Find out what happens in Moonstruck.
Tony Harmsworth began writing science fiction after a long and successful career in tourism. He co-founded the Loch Ness Centre and guided many VIPs in the Highlands including the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka and his wife; the current emperor of Japan; and many universities and colleges.
He had long had ideas for novels but had previously not had the time to put them down on paper.
Today he has eight hard science fiction novels and two works of non-fiction.
5 stars Mourn Iain M Banks no more. He will always be missed, but we have a new star.
I have finally found modern excellent and what is more British science fiction. Finally we have a worthy successor to the much missed Iain M Banks.
The story romps along with a cast of interesting, and sometimes extraordinary characters.
This book is forming a new and, for me, an eagerly awaited new science fiction arc.
It is rare that I sit and read a book in one sitting, this one I did. Fabulous stuff I can't praise it enough.