"On the busy, bustling, colonized future Moon, McAuley reminds us that although everyone makes mistakes, some mistakes have far greater consequences than others..." So writes Gardner Dozois, editor of the Seventeenth Annual Collection of The Year's Best Science Fiction, in an introduction to Paul J. McAuley's How We Lost the Moon. McAuley is widely considered among the best of the new breed of British writers of what is known as "radical hard science fiction." He is the winner of numerous science fiction writing awards, including the Philip K. Dick Award for his first novel, Four Hundred Billion Stars, and the Arthur C. Clarke Award and the John W. Campbell Award in 1996 for his novel Fairyland. This unabridged reading of How We Lost the Moon is available in audio exclusively from audible.com®.More
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Clever short story with a memorable hook
Interesting concept, but awkward narration