Friday, May 9, 2014

The Peaks of Eternal Light by Gina Burgess

It is decades in the future and various companies have established mining operations on the moon. Water and oxygen have been found under the surface, sustaining those operations. Also found was “moon gold,” a fuel beyond anything imagined. Winfrey Enterprises is determined to obtain a monopoly on moon mining and is destroying the competition. Jastrow Control has given Bucket and Bandit the assignment of disarming the bomb and figuring out what Winfrey's plan is before it is too late. That is hard to do when the Jastrow team has been infiltrated.

This is an exciting prequel, setting us up for nine months later and another story. I really liked the (original) Star Trek nature of the action. I was a little disconcerted by the light hearted banter between Bucket and Bandit when others were dying nearby. Nonetheless, I like a good sci fi novel and this prequel has certainly whetted my appetite.

Gina Burgess grew up in Monroe, Louisiana. After raising her family she went back to school and ultimately earned a Master's in Communication at Spring Arbor University. For more than thirty-five years she has taught Sunday School and Discipleship Training. She has been an editor for several publications and writes weekly for and Check out her blog,, and her book reviews at

Gina Burgess, 26 pages.

I received a complimentary digital copy of this prequel for the purpose of an independent and honest review.

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