The Moonstormers

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
What would really have happened if Nazi Germany had tried to add the Moon to its list of conquests? Freddy Axley is a pilot for a lunar tourism company who finds the long forgotten evidence. But his clients intend to use their discovery as a propaganda weapon in the wave of right-wing extremism sweeping Europe. Set on the Moon and on Earth at various times between 1941 and 2033. More
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About Stephen Livesey Ashworth

I live in Oxford, UK. Work at the Voltaire Foundation, University of Oxford. Am a member of the British Interplanetary Society. Play jazz saxophone.

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Reviews of The Moonstormers by Stephen Livesey Ashworth

Jim Bade reviewed on April 11, 2013

Very well written and composed for a first novel. The character development was good, and the story line unique. I really enjoyed the interaction of the characters, the infusion of historical fact with the story line, and the use of current social woes to build a story that was both realistic and plausible for a science fiction fan!

There were no detectable spelling errors, and the grammar was impeccable. A fine effort for a first novel. My only slight criticism is in the main character. He was in many ways an excellent and realistic hero, with one very notable exception. His simplistic and immature views on women, and his propensity to fall in "deep love" after the briefest of contact, and then pine for her when she ignores him, makes for an interesting side story, but takes away from the action and realism.

I look forward to Mr. Ashworth's next effort!
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Jill Witmer reviewed on Dec. 19, 2012

Exclent book! One of the best stories I've read.
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