Luna: New Moon

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Macmillan, Sep 22, 2015 - Fiction - 432 pages

The Moon wants to kill you. Whether it's being unable to pay your per diem for your allotted food, water, and air, or you just get caught up in a fight between the Moon's ruling corporations, the Five Dragons. You must fight for every inch you want to gain in the Moon's near feudal society. And that is just what Adriana Corta did.

As the leader of the Moon's newest "dragon," Adriana has wrested control of the Moon's Helium-3 industry from the Mackenzie Metal corporation and fought to earn her family's new status. Now, at the twilight of her life, Adriana finds her corporation, Corta Helio, surrounded by the many enemies she made during her meteoric rise. If the Corta family is to survive, Adriana's five children must defend their mother's empire from her many enemies... and each other.

Luna
1. Luna: New Moon
2. Luna: Wolf Moon
3. Luna: Moon Rising

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User Review  - vladmihaisima - www.librarything.com

Great space saga involving a colonized Moon and feuding families. The story mostly follows a Brazilian family, self made by the now old matriarch along her long life. The family now is composed of her ... Read full review

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User Review  - anissaannalise - LibraryThing

This is an ambitious novel (& I daresay it succeeds in much). I was intrigued with the colony on the moon and the houses who run it, the Five Dragons (Corta, Swan, Mackenzie, Asamoa & Gregoire). The ... Read full review

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Contents

ONE
1
TWO
35
THREE
71
FOUR
87
FIVE
137
SIX
205
SEVEN
225
EIGHT
257
NINE
293
TEN
311
ELEVEN
345
Glossary
393
Hawaiian Calendar
397
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IAN MCDONALD was born in 1960 in Manchester, England, to an Irish mother and a Scottish father. He moved with his family to Northern Ireland in 1965. He has won the Locus Award, the British Science Fiction Association Award, and the John W. Campbell Memorial Award. He now lives in Belfast.

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