It’s 2090: the last outpost of freedom is the moon, the best defense against technology is magic, and the only hope for humankind rests in the hands of the Star Children.
Twins Cassidy and Torr must save Earth from a ruthless enemy at a time when the only force more powerful than alien technology is magic. Moon Deeds launches the siblings’ journey across the galaxy, where they must learn their power as the Star Children, claim their shamanic heritage, and battle dark forces that threaten humankind.
The Star Children Saga follows Cassidy and Torr as they slowly awaken to their destiny as the twin Star Children, born every millennium to reconnect with the source of all life. They come to discover the sheer enormity of their task: to find our ancestors on a lost planet across the galaxy and save humanity from a spiraling descent into darkness. The powers they must wield to accomplish this task are truly frightening and put at risk everything they love.
Come along with 20-year-old twins Cassidy and Torr, who inherited deeds to land parcels on the moon. They want to use their moon deeds to get off Earth and escape a brutal dictatorship. But first they must unlock their shaman powers.
A rollicking yet poignant adventure in the not too distant future, when we have colonized the moon and nearly lost Earth to a dictatorship. Only the shamans remain free, plus the lucky ones who escaped to the moon.
Join the adventure! An addictive space opera, science-fantasy series.
Moon Deeds is a very interesting and character driven futuristic sci fi adventure. It paints the picture of Earth, but it has been changed with the invasion from extraterrestrial life. The magic that is mixed in with a futuristic science setting, makes it really interesting. There were times that the book felt more like an epic fantasy and then changed gears to a true Sci-Fi novel. It is true to the rules that it has set for itself, and leads to an interesting premise for the characters.
The strength of this novel was the characters. The reader spends a lot of time with the twins and it was an interesting dynamic to see the differences between them. They each have their strengths and weaknesses, making them feel real and interesting. There were times through the novel that I struggled with some of the pacing. It was interesting, but not overly exciting. That being said, I still wanted to know what would happen and it was easy to move to the next page and chapter. I did a combination read of both audio and physical, which definitely helped to get through some of the pacing issues that I had.
This is a futuristic tale of invasion that adds some of the really cool magic elements that I always like in a true epic fantasy. I really liked the world that was developed, with the tension between surviving and escaping. The emotions of the characters were real and the questions of what was happening definitely can hook a reader into wanting to know more. Make sure that you have your deed and claim a parcel of the moon to sit back and enjoy a good read of Sci-Fi magic adventure.
Thank you for taking the time to read my review. As always, happy reading and Stay Great!!
Disclaimer: I was provided a review copy by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I also read this as part of an Escapist tour.
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