Lunar Activity

No new author has burst upon the scene with such instant success as Elizabeth Moon. Each of her first three novels, Sheepfarmer’s Daughter, Divided Allegiance and Oath of Gold, have met with a reader response best described as “splendid.” We now offer a collection of this author’s shorter work that prove that while she is without question the fantasy discovery of a decade, she is also–as with such diverse talents as Poul Anderson, Gordon R. Dickson, and Larry Niven–equally a master of science fiction. Contains a story set in the world of Paksenarrion.

Introduction —
ABC’s in zero-G —
A delicate adjustment —
If nudity offends you —
Too wet to plow —
Gut feelings —
Gravesite revisited —
Just another day at the weather service —
The generic rejuvenation of Milo Ardry —
New world symphony —
Those who walk in darkness.


“The collection is worth seeking out.”

Aboriginal Science Fiction

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