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Rogue Moon

Narrated by: Graham Halstead
Length: 6 hrs and 11 mins
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A monstrous apparatus has been found on the surface of the moon. It devours and destroys in ways so incomprehensible to humans that a new language must be invented to describe it and a new kind of thinking to understand it. So far, the human guinea pigs sent there in hopes of unraveling the murderous maze have all died terrible deaths - except the last, now on suicide watch. The ideal candidate won't go insane, even as he feels the end approaching. And now they think they've found their man.   

Al Barker has already stared into the face of death - he can handle it again. But Barker won't merely have to endure the trauma of dying: he will have to endure it over and over again - mentally linked to an ongoing series of duplicates of himself created and sent to the Moon by matter transmission - until the artifact reveals its secret.   

With a cast of fascinating characters taking center stage, Rogue Moon is a rare thriller that doesn't just make you sweat - it makes you think.  

©2018 Blackstone Publishing (P)2018 Blackstone Publishing

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  • 13-05-19

Desperately needed an editor

The narrator was fine. I am someone who loves the stilted, awkward writing style of 1950s SF which this features in spades. The problem, however, is that this book features little else. Around the thirteenth time you hear exactly the same conversation between Hawks and his subject, you’ve had enough. This is the first audiobook I have ever fast-forwarded to get past the nth repeat of essentially the same dialog.

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