Two-Faced Moon

  • by Simon Lewis
  • Narrated by Theo Chalmers, Simon Lewis
  • 1 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

For millennia man has looked towards the night sky in awe at the beauty and majesty of the Moon. It's silver glow has enticed and invited us. Then, in 1969, mankind finally managed to fulfill his dream, as NASA astronauts set foot upon our celestial partner. But ever since that momentous year, there have been raging arguments about whether we actually landed there or not. In this gripping presentation, Simon Lewis explains his own theory about the true nature of the Moon - that it is not the barren landscape we have been led to believe and that there is other life on there. In fact Lewis believes others got there first. Prepare to step outside your preconceived notions and journey with us to the moon and her secrets.


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Not designed as an audio program!

What I have discovered about this publisher: World Wide Multi Media, is that their audiobook titles are actually the audio track from dvd productions.
They are not programs designed for a listening only audience!!
These are not audio programs derived from a written book, they are a free-flowing interviews from some type of tv show that has several, several points where the host says, "take a look at this (video) clip." Or the program references picture after picture without explaining what is being seen. Completely inappropriate as an audio feature. I could understand if it was adapted as a listening program, but it isn't at all. Infuriating. Rip off!!
Save your money. If you really want it, look for it in dvd format because that's the only way you will understand these World Wide Multi Media audiobooks. Or if feel you need the audio experience watch it on youtube and close your eyes and see if you enjoy it. Guaranteed you'll want to open your eyes.

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- Rob

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-02-2009
  • Publisher: World Wide Multi Media