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The Happiest Place in the Universe...
Grand Galaxies is the most expensive amusement park ever created, built on the surface of the moon. For a decade now, rich families and honeymooning couples have gone there to have the time of their lives, and no one has ever returned unhappy. But communications with the moon has been lost. Someone needs to go up there and see what's wrong.
Commander Boss Sharman is the man for the job, SABA's most respected leader, but he might end up regretting his decision to bring along his daughter, Lexi, for the mission. Something has gone very wrong at Grand Galaxies, and once Boss and his team travel the 238,900 miles to the moon, they might find that there's no way of getting back home again.
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By Natalie @ ABookLoversLife on 12-28-15
A fun Zombie read!
This was such fun! I mean, Zombies on the moon!! How awesome is that??
When communications between Earth and Grand Galaxies amusement park ceases, Commander ‘Boss’ Sharman and his crew are sent to investigate and see what's happened. They arrive to a seemingly abandoned park, well apart from the blood thirsty monsters shadowing their every move.
I think if you go into this with no expectations then you will enjoy it more. As I said, it's a story of Zombies on the moon! We also have Robots gone wild ;) It's pure B list movie stuff, but o much fun to listen to.
The characters and plot were well written and developed. Each of the few characters we deal with here were awesome. I really liked Lexi. Her dad is Boss, but she holds her own throughout the story. She is brave, smart and kick ass.
The plot was fast paced. I loved the idea of an amusement park on the moon, how cool would that be!! Lol. The way the virus came to be on the moon is quite believable, (if you can suspend normal belief for a while ;) ) and was really fun to read. This is the first book I've read by this author, but it won't be my last!!
Nigel Patterson brought the book alive. He gave each character their own tone and had the right tone for the right situation.
*I received a copy of this for review. This in no way affects my thoughts.*
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By Rory on 04-15-17
Terrible writing coupled with a poor choice of narrator made this unfinishable. Found myself cringing throughout.
By serisa on 03-08-16
Zombies in space
Would you consider the audio edition of 2389: A Space Horror Novel to be better than the print version?
The great narration by Nigel Patterson and the story telling of Iain Rob Wright make this audio better than the print version for me.
What does Nigel Patterson bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
Great narration which brings the story and the characters to life.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The ending are you ever free?