Someday the Stars: Book II in the Saga of the Lunar Free State

Someday the Stars: Book II in the Saga of the Lunar Free State

by John E. Siers


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ISBN-13: 9781948172677
Publisher: Stonewall Press
Publication date: 10/16/2018
Series: Someday the Stars , #2
Pages: 450
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

John E. Siers is an award-winning Science Fiction author who has been writing for over twenty years. He is an Air Force veteran of the Viet Nam era, and has worked as a computer programmer and web application designer. He currently lives in Tennessee, where he also operates his own business as a gunsmith.

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Someday the Stars: Book II in the Saga of the Lunar Free State 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
resise More than 1 year ago
I was looking forward to getting my hands on the second book in The Saga of the Lunar Free State, Someday the Stars, and it certainly didn't disappoint when it arrived earlier this month. It starts out with a wonderful teaser of the story's possible direction in the prologue, and while the book starts ten years after the end of The Moon and Beyond, the author covered those previous years' events that were relevant to the current timeline in such a way that I didn't feel I missed out on something in the storyline. I also greatly appreciated the fact that the first few chapters of the book were NOT devoted to summarizing the whole of the first book. Putting myself into the story was instant with the second book, and I felt like I was visiting old friends after an unwanted absence while making some very interesting new ones! Of course, getting involved in the story and the characters makes the good times better, and the losses harder, but that's what good stories are supposed to do, right? While there are times I would like to know more of what happened during the missing time frames between time periods in the story I think that comes mainly from allowing myself to be part of what I'm reading and not just an observer of the story. Someday the Stars, like The Moon and Beyond, appeals to my enjoyment of science fiction, astronomy and cosmology, science and history. In addition, my unending amazement and awe at human curiosity, strength, and ingenuity are continually reinforced with the author's use of believable characters set in a world of plausible and realistic world views, situations, and prejudices. Once again I appreciate not being left with a cliffhanger; just a delightful hint of what may be in store in the next installment.