by Erik Deleo
Published on: August 8, 2018
A Distant Moon is a story of a man named Reg and his robot Raul, who upon the first word in the story we learn are in a ship having multiple problems – all at once. You meet both characters in the first chapter and from there you watch one issue after another issue occur. The story itself is fast paced where no issue lingers in the air very long until another one identifies itself. So, if when reading you worry Reg will be in “Situation A” too long – don’t. Just turn to next chapter and then you’ll find there’s a whole new issue to worry about. Poor Reg – he really wasn’t having a good day.
Every author’s writing style is different (as it should be), so it was chapter 2 when I truly started settling into the story and by chapter 3 and 4 I was hooked and interested into knowing where this story was taking us.
As mentioned, there are 2 main characters: Reg and Raul. I found both to be interesting, but had my eye on Raul starting in chapter 3. I recommend this book if you need something quick and fun and look forward to the Sentience trilogy when they are published.
I was provided with a complimentary copy of this book so I could give an honest review.