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Book THREE of the Moonfall trilogy...
In the far future, deadly radiation from atomic conflict has caused humanity to mutate into two-headed or “bi-cephalic” people, who are essentially twins inhabiting one body. In the Moonfall series, readers follow one-headed Tasman and her family, witnessing their development from outcasts to heroes, the only ones able to fit into the ancient spaceships and save the Earth from the threat of the moon’s unstable orbit. The Taming, sequel to Moonfall and The Children of Atwar, concludes the epic saga of humanities strange future.
About Heather Spears
Canadian writer and artist Heather Spears was educated at the University of British Columbia, The Vancouver School of Art, and the University of Copenhagen. As an artist she has held over 75 solo exhibitions and has illustrated numerous books and articles. As an author she has published 7 collections of poetry as well as the Moonfall Trilogy (which is comprised of Moonfall, The Children of Atwar and The Taming). Heather also makes annual reading and lecture tours in Canada, and is the winner of the Governer General’s Award for poetry in 1989 and the Pat Lowther award in 1986 and 1989. She currently resides in Denmark. [MORE]
“... she is able to sidestep many of the givens of genre SF while never losing sight of its prime directive: to create a sense of wonder.” — Douglas Barbour, in Canadian Forum
“A fine conclusion to a major work of the imagination.” — The Edmonton Journal
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