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Moon Wreck: Secrets of Ceres (Moon Wreck series Book 3) (English Edition) par [Weil, Raymond L.]
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Commander Jason Strong and his best friend Greg Johnson thought that their dangerous lunar mission was over. They had returned home to their families to recover from their perilous adventure. But now something alarming had come up.

Ariel, the AI on the crashed spaceship Avenger, had revealed a startling secret. There might be an ancient military base in the solar system. This military base, if it exists, might be the Earth's only hope to survive the future Hocklyn invasion.

The only way to know for certain is to fly there in one of the Avenger's shuttles. The only problem was the shuttles were over 100 years old. Join Jason and Greg as they explore beneath the surface of Ceres. What they discover is unbelievable and beyond their wildest dreams. There is something beneath Ceres, but it is not what they had expected to find.

This is a short story of approximately 24,000 words.

Books in the Moon Wreck series

Moon Wreck: First Contact
Moon Wreck: Revelations
Moon Wreck: Secrets of Ceres

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 82 pages
  • Editeur : Raymond L. Weil Publications LLC; Édition : 4 (14 février 2013)
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 I'm annoyed by some of the characters 4 avril 2015
Par David056 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
From the start, I'm annoyed by some of the characters. Jason and Greg, are both astronauts who found an alien spacecraft in the last novel, and instead of continuing to learn from the advanced tech on that craft, they want to return home to their families. Oh. Poor dears. What complete snags (sensitive new-age guys). And now Jason is told about a possible alien base, that likely contains advanced alien tech, and yet he's concerned to not leave his family again. Pathetic! Where's the passionate gung ho space opera types? Instead we have to suffer with these politically correct weasels, that bear too much of a resemblance to NASA astronauts today. Luckily the books on Kindle are relatively inexpensive.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 It snuck up on me! 26 avril 2013
Par Bruce Barker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I came upon the first book in this series while plying my trade as a Kindle Katfish. Even if you've not heard of us the odds are good you may be one and not know it. Kindle Katfish are bottom feeders. We look for the cheapest possible books. We start out at the Gutenberg freebie spot and before we know it we're getting several (eagerly anticipated) emails a day from blogs that promise the absolute best new Kindle freebies on a daily basis. It isn't that we're cheap (or frugal, if you prefer a more inellectually-polite sounding adjective) it's more that we love the chance of "discovering" a new superb author when said person is still cutting their literary teeth as an unknown. Oh sure, we read a lot of truly lousy dreck passing for prose, but every once in a while we come across a Hugh Howey and get to feel smugly vindicated for a day or two. It all balances out.
Anyway, I was in the mood for a space opera with an end-of-the-world invasion threat when book one of the Slaver Wars turned up in one of my "Hey cheapo, check this out" emails. I clicked the "buy with one click" button before the words, "that's frugal-o to you" finished slipping through my lips. I read it in one sitting and thought, "decent start, but I bet part two costs a mint." Nope. Book 2 was less than a buck. So was book 3! This person wants to be read. He finds his validation in pleasing the audience, not just in padding the wallet. The end of book one featured a plea for reviews, but I was too busy reading the second book to worry about that. Well, to make a long story short (too late!) I finished up the trilogy. I found them to be utterly pleasant, not overly complicated, but a bit light on action. The third book ended with the promise that book 4 would be a full-length novel instead of a quick novella and even included a brief blurb from what is apparently the first chapter. I decided that as long as the price was reasonable I'd continue reading the series as new volumes became available and went back to combing the bottom for my next ch... uhm, FRUGAL dalliance.

I quickly noticed a trend.

After spending months reading apocalyptica, (almost always featuring at least a cameo by brain-starved zombie hoards it seems)satires about the apocalypse, and what seemed like an endless parade of Tru-Hungry-Twilight-Games knockoffs, I found that none of the usual fare on the menu at the bottom of the Kindle ocean looked satisfying. I bought one of those space Megapacks for a dollar and, like a bag of bargain Chee-zee Poofs, it filled the hole but left me oddly unsatisfied. I needed more of the Slaver Wars. My mind kept drifting back to the characters I'd met in the stories. After three novellas full of tasty tid-bits of a human technology far in advance of our current space gear, I wanted more. Don't get me wrong, I commend NASA for what they've done with their $18.26 annual budget (or whatever bread-crumb sum our battered economy can afford to scatter their way) but our space program is becoming more the realm of private corporations in France & China than anything else. I was curious as to how the monstrous 1500 meter battle cruisers and space carriers could ever have been bested in battle or how an admiral of such seeming competency as the fleet leader could have been bested in any battle.

Somehow these three little tales had gotten under my skin.

Well, book 4 is finally out. Not only that, it is full-length as promised. It's also very reasonably priced and is now sitting in my Kindle awaiting me. I can't wait! So why am I writing this rather lengthy diatribe instead of diving into the continuing story? Simple. This guy Raymond L. Weil is a deceptively talented author. He already has a healthy number of rave reviews under his belt, but he asked for more. If my review convinces even one new reader to pick up the trilogy that provides the backdrop for what proves to be an extremely satisfying series of novels then I'll feel I've paid the author back for the hours of entertainment he's provided to me. Good sci-fi is incredibly hard to find these days. Giants like Asimov, Ellison, and Clarke have cast long and intimidating shadows that make writing sci-fi look easy... until one actually tries to write it. It takes real talent to grab a reader the way the Golden Age authors could. Mr. Weil is well on the way to joining them and that truly is something worth crowing about. Take my word for it and pick up the "Moon Wreck" books. It's 3 measly dollars for Pete's sake and they're easily worth triple that. I don't give out many 5 star reviews - you can look if you'd like - I'd give this opening trilogy 6 each if I could. I only hope that his other published works will keep me busy after reading book 4 of the Slaver Wars until book 5 arrives.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Moon Wreck 1-3: Nice set of short stories 18 juillet 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This review is covering the three first short stories in Raymond L. Weil’s Moon Wreck series. Since I cover all three of them in one review you might find some light spoilers further down if you have not read books 1 and 2 yet and you might want to stop here. If you do, I can just tell you that I found all three books to be an enjoyable light read.

As I said, this is three short stories. Even taken together they make up a rather short, less than 200 pages, novel. Still I quite enjoyed reading them. I have always liked the kind of first steps in space, surprise discovery, changing mankind kind of stories and this one is just that.

The basic story, finding a wrecked space ship on the moon, is perhaps not the most novel one but so what. It is a workable one. Not even the fact that it was not really built by aliens is a novel idea but it still works. The author have taken simple plot elements and put together a fairly well working set of short stories. Each short story have a clearly defined beginning and end such that you get a sense of completion after each one and a feel that you are progressing through the main story arc in a nice enough pace.

Each book more or less centers on a surprise discovery from the discovery of the moon wreck to the discovery of the AI on the wreck and finally the discovery of the Ceres base. Even though there is not much real action going on the series had no problem keeping my interest peaked the entire time. Having said that, the basic foundation for the story, as we have learned it after the third book, definitely builds up for some serious action in future books.

I am not really a big fan of these really short stories but in this case the three stories was already published so I could read all three of them back to back more or less as a single “normal” novel. I am quite happy that I did. The story is a nice adventure/discovery story and certainly have possibilities for the future.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Looks like the start of a really first rate Sci Fi series. 12 mars 2013
Par Robert J. Calhoon - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Raymond Weil, has another hit on his hands I think the only thing the fans will be hurting on is how long it take for Raymond to write the next major installment. This 3rd of three teaser short stories is the best yet. Raymond opens up the scope of these Slaver War series by taking our heroes out to Ceres our solar system's largest asteroid. to look for a humanoid base that was the be build there by the moon crashed humanoids that crashed on the moon around the 1912 or so era at the time of the flu pandemic. The action is quick in these stories. The author opens up the story as the humans realize they need to learn a lot about the coming Slavers and hopefully how to fight the slavers. I think any SCi Fi fan will enjoy Raymond L. Weil's science fiction stories they are gripping carry the reader along with good character development. The plot is realistic and it moves these are stories that are hard to put down after starting the reading.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Save your money 2 novembre 2013
Par Louve - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I read the first three Moon Wreck stories and although I found the premise interesting (yet uncomfortably close to Battlestar Galactica), I can't get past the poor writing to continue reading. The characters are one-dimensional, grammar and general word use is on the 6th grade level, descriptions of both characters and objects are bare, and women are the only ones given occasional physical attributes. There is also a lack of military or scientific research, combined with critical questions which go needlessly unanswered.

I just can't be bothered to go on, save your money and heed the many negative reviews which mirror my experience. I suspect the author has a large and kind group of friends and family who are giving him these stars and that's nice, but hardly useful for a consumer.
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