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Luna: Moon Rising by Ian McDonald (book review).

November 25, 2019 | By | Reply More
Luna: Moon Rising by Ian McDonald (book review).

Things are changing on the Moon as the third volume of Ian McDonald’s Luna trilogy, ‘Moon Rising’ kicks off. The remaining four Dragons of the Moon and their powerful and rich families are still plotting and fighting amongst themselves while the remains of the Corta family live in exile and fear in several supposedly safe […]

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Luna: Wolf Moon by Ian McDonald (book review).

November 12, 2019 | By | Reply More
Luna: Wolf Moon by Ian McDonald (book review).

The second volume of Ian McDonald’s ‘Luna’ trilogy follows on directly from the events of ‘New Moon’, chronicling the fallout from the tumultuous events of its conclusion and following the various family members from the Moon’s five major families. It seems to be a more thoughtful and considered book, less hectic than the first volume […]

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Luna: New Moon (book 1) by Ian McDonald (book review).

October 16, 2019 | By | Reply More
Luna: New Moon (book 1) by Ian McDonald (book review).

I’ve read Ian McDonald’s short story ‘The Fifth Dragon’ a couple of times, a story set in the early days of moon colonisation that sets the scene for the five big family corporations who dominate the lunar economy. It was intriguing enough that I wanted to read the trilogy of ‘Luna’ novels that follow on […]

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Luna: New Moon by Ian McDonald (book review).

October 25, 2015 | By | Reply More
Luna: New Moon by Ian McDonald (book review).

Of the current works of SF, they can probably be divided into three groups. There are the Earth-based novels that frequently deal with near future such as Paul McAuley’s ‘World Wide Web’ or future developments like catastrophe, evolution, politics or social change as expressed by Margaret Atwood in ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’. Then there are the […]

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