Beth's Review: Moon Beam by Steven Burgauer
APC PUBLISHER: Battleground Press RELEASED: April 15, 2018 GENRE: scifi, fantasy LENGTH: 243 pages FORMAT: ebook, paperback
Peril stalked the corridors of the lunar habitat. Fear was its companion. The killer, a woman, fed on that fear. No one in the lunar station was safe from her wrath, not even the fresh, young team that had just arrived from Earth to erect the first lunar space elevator. When completed, the space elevator was destined to be one of the great engineering projects of all time. The unreeling of the space cable had just begun, when the killer struck a vengeful blow.
Now, with a catastrophic solar flare flashing overhead, the race was on.Can Chief Clay Flynn and Senior Tech Lou Santini stop her before it was too late? Can they save the lives of the men, women, and children of the Lunar Station and its life-sustaining resources from total annihilation 2.5 (THREE) BOUNDLESS STARS
When people live on the moon, life can get really interesting. Well, it will be a while before we can live on the moon and it will take a while to get into this book.
It was very slow to start, but once there, it is a page-turner. I wish it didn’t take so long. It was an excellent idea for a book, but it lacked in the telling of it.
Overall, I have to say it I liked it, but it could have been better; 2.5 (3) stars at most.