Moondust And Madness

Moondust And Madness

by Janelle Taylor
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Moondust and Madness 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I first pick up this book at a young age in the 80th. This is the only book that I can remember out of all the thousands of books that I have read. It is outstanding writing and one of these book that you just can't forget. I absolutely love this book. I hunt down this book on Barns & Noble and had it shipped to the Turks & Caicos Island for me. It is now consider one of my tresures. Loved it all!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read all of the moondust trilogy and they were all very good. I think Janelle Taylor is an awesome writer. I am waiting for her to write another book continuing this trilogy. I travel and read out loud while hubby is driving, halso loved these books and was bumbed when we read the last one. I have tried other futuristic books but we dont feel they hold a candle to the Moondust trilogy.
MacKayla_pinkmac More than 1 year ago
The very first time that I read this novel I was only 11 or 12. It really wasn’t all that racy; just to warn you if you like steamy romances. I probably shouldn’t have read it, since after all; I stole it from my mother’s shelf.  I honestly fell in love with the story. It probably had some very great impacts on my life. The story is a slave romance; a man kidnaps and enslaves a woman to sale at auction because women are no longer alive in their alien race so they must breed with women they steal from other planets.  It was a beautiful story with just enough action for me to stay interested, but also with lots of slow paced falling in love for those of your that are super lovey-dovey fans.  What should tell you the most that it was an empowering novel is how much it affected my life. Because of this novel I realized how fascinated and infatuated I was with the slave romance genre. Many of my novels in the works, and currently Infinity’s Touch, have elements of ownership within them. My toes curl just thinking about some handsome alien purchasing an innocent virgin and making her want ecstasy with every little touch and forceful moment. Although, this novel was a slave romance novel it didn’t have near rape scenes or any tie-her-down-and-make-her-want-it scenes. Their relationship was led by her desire to be with him, and he was very much a gentleman.  I really want to read the rest of the novels in the series, as well as re-read this novel again and again. 
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I liked this book plenty. I have been searching far and wide for a good and believeable sci-fi romance. My opinion of the book may be biased, however, as I totally fell in love with the character of Varian Saar!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Some of the people who have read Taylors book obviously do not like it. I think that it was one of the better SciFi romance I have read so far. At least in my opinion. I would really like to meet the author in person. She is very good.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sorry, folks, but I found this to be possibly the worst book I've ever read! I've been reading science fiction for decades and was practically in physical pain reading Tayler's attempts to place this story in a futuristic milieu. I even started copy editing it but gave it up after a few pages. I'm not criticizing this as a 'sci-fi' purist, though. Indeed, as a long-time science fiction fan, I was attracted by the premise of the story. The execution, however, left much to be desired. The dialogue all sounded forced and unnatural, because the author was cramming as much explanatory detail as she could into the mouths of the characters, instead of sprinkling small details or snippets of conversation throughout and having faith in her readers' ability to put 2 and 2 together. And, I would recommend a healthy dose of humor now and then. It does wonders for the tone and readability of a story.