Summary

For the first time, all three short stories that introduce The Slaver Wars science fiction series are together. The Slaver Wars has currently sold over 100,000 copies. Listen to how it all began.
Disaster has struck the first Moon landing to be attempted in years. Commander Jason Strong and his fellow lunar explorer Greg Johnson have become stranded with no way home. In desperation, they set off in their lunar rover to check out an anomaly they discovered on their descent. What they find will shake their beliefs and what they know of human history. It is the beginning of an adventure that will take them far out into the Solar System and to a discovery that is beyond belief.
©2014 Raymond L. Weil (P)2014 Raymond L. Weil
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5 out of 5 stars
By paul on 17-03-17

who on earth gave liam owen a job as a narrator?

he is absolutely terrible. he has a very strange inflection and clearly has some form of speech impediment. he is terrible. how many great books are going to be ruined by employing liam to narrate them.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Digirati on 13-08-15

A slight story written rather badly

What would have made Moon Wreck better?

The story could have been more intriguing and complex, it was very simple, like an episode of Dr Who maybe! I enjoy listening to complex 'space operas' and listened to this so I could potentially move to the other books in the series, I won't do that as this wasn't good enough. The biggest issue for me was the extremely poor sentence construction. Words were repeated multiple times in consecutive sentences, ideas were repeated. Characters were not really developed. All in all I am surprised this was published let alone turned into an audio book.

What will your next listen be?

nothing from this author

What three words best describe Liam Owen’s performance?

ok job of poor material.

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2 out of 5 stars
By J. Abercrombie on 28-03-15

"Is this safe," says mission commander too often!

I loved the story, but the delivery was far too repetitive. I can't imagine a space commander being so intimidated by the safety concerns. I really hope the next books in the series improve. I don't need a dozen reminders of the events that transpired in the last chapter. I would like it to move along faster and tell me more about the aliens.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Daniel on 04-07-14

Novice sci-fi author

A moon landing goes bad after encountering interference that breaks down the lander’s on-board computerized systems. Two astronauts—now being stranded on the Moon—discovers a powerful artificial intelligence and an approaching threat to Earth while investigating the source of the interference.

The story is simple, the plot line is simple, the premise is shallow, and the characters act like robots reading a script of their expected emotional reactions. There is no connection between their emotions and their behavior. Having read more than my fair share of sci-fi books, it is easy to tell that Raymond L. Weil is a novice sci-fi author.

The aliens are, of course, fully fluent in English and no Earth customs surprises them.

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