Search - Moon of Mutiny

Moon of Mutiny
Moon of Mutiny
Author: Lester Del Rey
Strange gray "flowers" on the moon! Were they only a myth, a dream - or were they really there, beyound the desolate, unexplored lunar ranges? — Fred Halpern had to know. Only the discovery of life - howevery primitive - could save man's struggling colony on the moon. And only by daring to cross the high ranges, where no man had gone before, c...  more »
ISBN: 275991
Publication Date: 11/1969
Pages: 144
  • Currently 4.8/5 Stars.

4.8 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: The New American Library, Inc.
Book Type: Paperback
Members Wishing: 0
Reviews: Member | Write a Review
Read All 1 Book Reviews of "Moon of Mutiny"

Please Log in to Rate these Book Reviews

reviewed Moon of Mutiny on + 1205 more book reviews
This is a good old-fashioned sci-fi novel from the 60s. While sometimes short on the science, it is a very entertaining story about man's first efforts to conquer the Moon. The hero is a young man who was first on the Moon and has become a hero to everyone except the serious spacemen who are trying to promote space exploration.

As a result, he meets with contempt from those whose friendship he desires the most. He tries to win their respect and finds this is much harder than he thinks, especially since it appears that he is up to his old glory-hunting antics as always.