Bouncing Off the Moon

Bouncing Off the Moon Having escaped both an Earth on the verge of global collapse and their squabbling parents in a divorce at Geosynchronous Station a newly independent Charles and his two brothers find themselves alone

  • Title: Bouncing Off the Moon
  • Author: David Gerrold
  • ISBN: 9780312878412
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Having escaped both an Earth on the verge of global collapse and their squabbling parents in a divorce at Geosynchronous Station, a newly independent Charles and his two brothers find themselves alone on the Moon with very few prospects Worse, they are being hunted by ruthless interplanetary corporations who would stop at nothing to come in possession of a memory bar thHaving escaped both an Earth on the verge of global collapse and their squabbling parents in a divorce at Geosynchronous Station, a newly independent Charles and his two brothers find themselves alone on the Moon with very few prospects Worse, they are being hunted by ruthless interplanetary corporations who would stop at nothing to come in possession of a memory bar the boys smuggled on board Can they make it on their own Who can they trust Charles thought the moon would be a new beginning He will be lucky just to stay alive.

    One thought on “Bouncing Off the Moon”

    1. Whether Leaping, Bouncing or Jumping , Gerrold’s three book coming of age story told through the eyes of a teenager is exciting, touching and hilarious! Who wouldn’t find a robot monkey with a propensity for farting at just the right time for kids, and the wrong time for serious adults funny? The science, form the space elevator to surviving on the moon is sound and the story compelling. A nice book!

    2. At first, I thought this book was just okay, then I got to the ending I won't go into details (no spoilers), but the how can you NOT love that ending? I mean, it was brilliantly put together! The argument itself can set precidence for years to come!I give it 4.5 stars due to language.For my clean readers:Includes language(russian, english, etc.) and sexual innuendoes.

    3. This was the weakest of the three Dingilliad (do they really call it that?) Trilogy. Still fun and action-packed.

    4. One of the best science fiction books I've read in a long time. Reminiscent of Heinlein, with a perfect mix of adventure, hard science, and hard-thinking philosophical questions. A win.

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