I am a big fan of Ben Bova and have read quite a bit of his work, so although I did enjoy this book, I found it strangely lacking a sense of urgency. There was intrigue and danger, but little sense of real alarm among the characters. I liked the characters, and the moon setting was interesting, but if this had been a print book I might not have kept reading. Luckily, as I’ve said before, I’m less discerning with audiobooks because they generally accompany other tasks. This one is good SF, worth reading for some of the other aspects, but not a real page-turner.
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