MoonFall (MoonFall Series Book 1)

MoonFall MoonFall Series Book It s been twenty years since the world came to an end The day Earth s moon exploded the dark of night took on a whole new meaning and existence became a matter of who could survive in the new world N

  • Title: MoonFall (MoonFall Series Book 1)
  • Author: A.G. Wyatt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • It s been twenty years since the world came to an end The day Earth s moon exploded, the dark of night took on a whole new meaning and existence became a matter of who could survive in the new world Noah Brennan has been surviving alone, with only his six shooter as a companion And that s the way he likes it But when he encounters a militaristic, cult like society hellIt s been twenty years since the world came to an end The day Earth s moon exploded, the dark of night took on a whole new meaning and existence became a matter of who could survive in the new world Noah Brennan has been surviving alone, with only his six shooter as a companion And that s the way he likes it But when he encounters a militaristic, cult like society hell bent on restoring civilization, he s forced to choose between his freedom and finding answers that could change his life and the world MoonFall is not your standard doomsday novel Filled with guns, swords, and action, it brings the best of the frontier genre in a world set back by catastrophe a true post apocalyptic adventure MoonFall is the first book in a series of four ________________________________________________ Books in the MoonFall Series Book 1 MoonFall dp B00R6UT2G0 Book 2 MoonFire dp B00R8JM8XS Book 3 MoonDust dp B00SV4QUCY Book 4 MoonRise dp B00U1QFS32

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    1. I really, REALLY liked this story! It takes me back to some of the postapoc books I read in the 80's and 90's. Many times I want to read a book simply to be entertained - taken into a world where I can relate to the main character and follow him on his quest. MoonFall absolutely did that for me. Not to say that there isn't a message - there is, but it is just really refreshing to get drawn into a broken world where the main character does what he can to survive and struggles with becoming a relu [...]

    2. I picked this ebook up when it was given away free from as, for that price, I thought you couldn't really beat it - if you didn't like it, so what? You wouldn't have lost anything.Spoiler alert: I did like it.This is also the first in a 4-book series, set in a post-apocalyptic world where, 20 years ago, the moon exploded and society crumbled. That, however, is more given as back drop to the story contained within: there's never any real investigation or import given to what, for example, the la [...]

    3. An entertaining romp through the apocalypseThe apocalyptic world was shown well. The main character was not some perfectly super-duper Special Forces action hero. He was average, flawed, and believable as he grew during the story. This was a big part of why I gave this four stars. This is a talented writer and the story is solid, with a touch of mystery in some places and humor in others, sandwiched between nice action scenes amid a truly screwed up world.While I do recommend this book and inten [...]

    4. This is a good post apocalyptic book without the frantic zombie type action a lot of this genre has. The story focuses on one man's quest to simply live the solitary wanderer's life. Twenty years after the moon broke apart and caused a global catastrophe Noah is caught in the middle of two factions without a way out until chaos gives him the chance. However, he is torn between the chance to escape and the possibility of being part of something important for the first time.By this time in the boo [...]

    5. I struggled a bit with this story and protagonist but the effort was worth it. The intrigue of a fallen civilization because of a moon explosion is fascinating and I was hoping for an explanation of what happens to our Earth with no tides; weather patterns, tidal problems, everything that I read in Asimov about why our moon is so important. Instead this is an adventure tale where the vision of the lunar cloud in the sky is only backdrop for a civilization fallen apart. The main character is comp [...]

    6. Just another lonely boy in townThe title is kind of misleading. I mean, there was mention of a disaster, and the moon disintegrated, but it's all background. The story takes place several years after the disaster and is mainly about Noah, a drifter just trying to survive in a world that has fallen apart. He is trying to find some things to salvage when he is arrested and taken to jail in a case of mistaken identity. There is much violence, attempts at humor, (some of which are a bit amusing,) bu [...]

    7. "MoonFall"By A.G. WyattNoah was young, just at the cusp of manhood, when the world ended. Meteorites destroyed the world and most of the working technology. After the tragic deaths of his older bothers, Noah picked up stakes and began to wander. The world has changed but not people. Noah finds that he needs to stay away from people but he finds himself drawn into a group of strangers' drama. This is a well written and edited book. I enjoyed it and highly recommend it.

    8. Absolutely nothing new here, but a good read nevertheless.The world "fell" 20 years ago and Noah now scavenges for survival. He rarely sees people, but when he does, he avoids them. He prefers to walk alone. Which is why being imprisoned is not to his taste.Part of a 4 part series, with a suitable cliffhanger leading into the next book.

    9. I really enjoyed reading this book. It's a different take on the end of the world apocalyptic stories others have told. I really liked the characters. Noah was very believable and I found reading his story to be entertaining! Looking forward to the next book.

    10. This story had an interesting concept but I am not sure if its basis is sound, but maybe I have misunderstood?The protagonist could do with some work, however, he possibly becomes more developed as the series continues.An okay read.

    11. I downloaded this because the premise sounded good and it was free. I was disappointed that there wasn't more discussion about what happened to the moon and the effects on the environment. The protagonist was a bit ridiculous.I doubt I will read anything else in the series.

    12. Great setting. Interesting concept with the moon exploding and turning the world upside down. Like others, I wish that would have been explored more, but there are three more books. There's time. I'm in for Book 2.

    13. An interesting post apocalyptic novel. Not too long. Nicely written. And a main character who, lets face it, talks to his (empty) gun. So all good there. I enjoyed it enough to be reading the sequel. That's not really fair. I liked it a lot.

    14. Loved it!!This is a great action packed adventure into the post apocalyptic genre, with unique and provocative twist. Really enjoyed reading this title and can't wait to read more. A definite must read!

    15. It was a freebie that.Hooked me after the first couple of pages. I will most likely continue on with the second book. Very good read.

    16. I could take it or leave itJust didn't grab my attention and this book has post apocalyptic sword fights with civilization and anarchists. Wasn't terrible just not enough.

    17. Good read.Found this book intriguing. Very curious to see where it goes and understand how it all began. Looking forward to the next one.

    18. Very good post apocalyptic tale. Not your ordinary story. The moon actually gets hit by a meteor and is destroyed.

    19. Good bookA very good book. It makes you ask a lot of questions about the story lines and wonder what is coming next.

    20. interesting conceptIt took me a while to get into this but now I'm hooked. Will download the next book as soon as possible!

    21. Another apocalyptic novel. Seems like that is all I read of late. Good so far. Just started book 2 of the trilogy (I think) today. Interesting world Wyatt created here.

    22. decent enough disaster book. Needed a little big more background to what actually happened. why the moon feel apart and the effects on the world. Other than that good read and good story.

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