Douglas Hastings' passion for anything NASA drove him to analyze a treasure trove of Moon photos taken during all Apollo missions. Doug had started to believe the conspiracy theories and rumors that had swirled for years; that NASA had discovered more than just rocks on the Moon and had conspired to keep the rest of the world in the dark.
A super computer's enhancement and compilation of the old photos proved his belief and sent him on a quest that has now revealed revolutionary new space travel technology and will enable him to lead a group on a return journey to explore ancient ruins on the lunar surface. But Doug's pursuit of the truth and discovery of a destroyed GLASS city on the Moon pale in comparison to what lies underneath the lunar surface. What he finds will solve the mystery of a long-dead Apollo Astronaut and provide clues to the missing elements of Earth's ancient history. But, even he isn't prepared for the discovery that will reveal the past and change the future of mankind; FOREVER!
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Very Good, But Could Use Some Changes/Updates
- Striker "If it weren't for physics, law enforcement, and my medication, I'd be unstoppable!"
Most audiobooks are time well spent, and this offering is not exception. It does have some editing, continuity and thematic issues ( how many times do people eat breakfast or lunch in space, etc.) but on balance it's rather entertaining.
It does have some aspects of the YA fiction, but then adult themes come out. It does need enhanced authenticity in terms of research, and can be niave some times, but on balance it has the core of an interesting story.
The initial discovery of the crystal city is interesting and well drawn.
I saw "Interstellar" so I could see this one as well.
I received this book from Audioblast for free in exchange for a fair and unbiased review. I actually had this book in my wish list at Audible before I received it, and found it entertaining.
The performer does a reasonably good job of keeping the characters consistent, and the journey is interesting. The conclusion seems rushed, and the book does suffer from an editing need. All that said, it is a reasonably good offering, and I recommend it with qualifications.