AStanley Schmidt," "editor of "Analog" and Hugo and Nebula-nominated author of "Argonaut"
ATake one part Tom Clancy, one part Hal Clement, and one part Larry Niven, shake well, and youAve got Edward LernerAs edge-of-your-seat day-after-tomorrow just-what-ARE-the aliens-up-to thriller, "Moonstruck." It's a rollicking good read . . . the suspense never lets up. Highly recommended.A
ARobert J. Sawyer, Best Novel Hugo Award winner for "Hominids,"
Best Novel Award winner for "The Terminal Experiment"
ALernerAs aliens are deceptive, conniving manipulators with their own agendas and their own self-serving definition of right and wrong. In other words, theyAre a lot like us. Be very afraid.A
AJerry Oltion, Nebula Award winner and author of "The Getaway Special"
AMoonstruck is inventive, original and ingenious, filled with well-thought-out detail which gives it scientific credibility and political plausibility. The plot pulls you in and the writing keeps you hooked right to the end.A
John G. Hemry, author of "A Just Determination" and "Burden of Proof"
A"Moonstruck "is a rapid fire technothriller that puts fresh thrills into the first contact tale. Fast, original, and will keep you guessing to the very last page.A
ARobert A. Metzger, Best Novel Nebula Award nominee for "Picoverse"""
A"Moonstruck ." . . is a great mixture of classic science fiction and modern espionage stories. The characters are interesting, the plot very imaginative and the story falls into place in the readerAs mind like a good movie. . . . Edward M. Lerner has given us a book that strikes not only at the heart of each of us, but reflects the best and worst of the human race while not once dipping into the clich - d, goofy or Ashock for shock sakeAstory telling of a lesser writer.A
ALarry Stanley, "PenguinComics.net"...Continua