Best Download [Elizabeth Guizzetti] Ú The Light Side of the Moon || [Comics Book] PDF ☆

By Elizabeth Guizzetti | Comments: ( 683 ) | Date: ( Oct 15, 2019 )

In 3062, due to lack of natural resources, no public education, and a surplus of political bickering, Earth is an over populated cesspool and our solar system s colonies have failed.Encouraged by the conquest of Kipos, idealistic dreamers look beyond Earth to build a utopia from the abandoned Lunar Colony Serenitatis Industrialists reconstruct the colony, but struggle toIn 3062, due to lack of natural resources, no public education, and a surplus of political bickering, Earth is an over populated cesspool and our solar system s colonies have failed.Encouraged by the conquest of Kipos, idealistic dreamers look beyond Earth to build a utopia from the abandoned Lunar Colony Serenitatis Industrialists reconstruct the colony, but struggle to turn a profit while encouraging scientific discovery Brimming with hope despite intense uncertainty and physical hardship, the impoverished Ella Sethdottier follows rumors of plentiful jobs on the moon On roads fraught with danger, she discovers Earth is a bigger place than she ever imagined, but Serenitatis is little than a prison camp Ella forges unlikely friendships with corrupted androids and the quixotic prison doctor, Ian Whitlatch, who champions equality and rights for inmates Amid corruption and nobility, tragedy and victory, the fate of the colony hangs precariously in the balance.


  • Title: The Light Side of the Moon
  • Author: Elizabeth Guizzetti
  • ISBN: 9781937546427
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Elizabeth Guizzetti

Elizabeth Guizzetti currently lives in Seattle, WA with her husband and two dogs When not writing, she loves hiking and birdwatching.



Comments The Light Side of the Moon

  • R.L. King

    After reading the first book several times, I was so happy to finally get my hands on the sequel! The story gives us the gritty details about just what happened after they left. This book is deliciously science fiction, and yet so much more. It is another tale of the unbeatable human spirit we all carry from the innocence of childhood to the mistakes of adulthood, and about the love it takes to make it happen.I could see myself in each of the well-written characters and easily understand the dif [...]


  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    If you're looking for a nice attempt to mix science fiction with reality, The Light of the Moon is for you. Set around 3062, idealists seek to create a utopia on another planet beyond Earth. As Earth is slowly caressing diverse problems, from a political to an economical scale, a way is found for individuals to travel light years away onto the abandoned Lunar Colony Serenitatis. Although this was an opportunity to create a utopia that every citizen dreamed of, Kipos (the planet in question) serv [...]


  • Laura

    *Book provided by author in exchange for honest review*Okay so if any of you remember, I totally gushed about Elizabeth Guizzetti's first book Other Systems because it was amazing--and you should go and read that book right nowI'll wait. I mentioned in my review of Other Systems that I hoped there would be more to the story. While this is not a direct sequel to Other Systems, The Light Side of the Moon does take place in the same universe, it just follows a different set of people (although ther [...]


  • A. Hunt

    Because of this book, and the knowledge that it's part of a series, I now must go back and read the previous book. I must admit, my ventures in to science fiction normally bordered the lines of Doctor Who, Star Wars, Halo and Doom. This was the first time in quite a while that I took on a book such as The Light Side of the Moon. I'm happy I did. Elizabeth Guizzetti has broadened my horizons and showed me, I can actually take the time to fly to realistic galaxies and even work on the moon. Ha! Wh [...]


  • RutyB

    'The Light Side of The Moon' is a much-awaited sequel for 'Other Systems', however, this is a different story with different characters in a different scenario but it still a really good sci-fi story.Here we meet Ella, who at the beginning is a sweet and innocent little girl who dreams of going to the Moon. A series of events make her run away from an unwanted marriage. She has to endure lots of danger, cruelty and more on her journey to the Lunar Colony. She meets a group of androids who will b [...]


  • Dan Thompson

    Pure Science Fiction is not a genre I read a lot of. But I really enjoyed Elizabeth Guizzetti's previous sci-fi romp 'Other Systems' and this follow up promised to be as engaging and interesting.While not a direct sequel, The Light Side of the Moon is set in the same universe and therefore relies a little on its predecessor to build up the world we find ourselves in. However, this sequel was amazing. Guizzetti really has created a dystopian, dysfunctional world and the devastating effects both t [...]


  • Carolynne Raymond

    This was a story set a millennium ahead of present day about a girl's adventure to the moon to live with a new colony that was being established. The story dived into interesting themes like the struggles of starting with nothing and being able to make the best of difficult situations. It was interesting that even with robots, robot pollinators, universal currencies, space ships and space tethers that there were also present day themes like, love, religion even in a technological advanced societ [...]


  • Janice Clark

    Warning: despite the age of the protagonist, this is definitely not a children's book.Disclaimer: I won an advance review copy of this book in an online contest. I liked it enough that I intend to purchase a paper copy. It's the sort of book you can read more than once.I was expecting a continuation of Other Systems, with more about Abby or at least the Khlorasons and Kiposans. To my surprise, Guizzetti went back to dysfunctional, overcrowded earth, and back to the Seattle library, to tell the s [...]


  • Linda Parkinson-Hardman

    Earth's society has undergone dramatic changes economically, structurally and democratically. It is riven with deep fissures emphasizing the massive differences between those who 'have' and deemed to be acceptably and those who don't and are cast out. Many dream of an alternative colony where they can live out more utopian ideals and a better life. The only option for the protagonists in this story though is a newly formed penal colony on the moon. Getting there is one thing, maintaining it is s [...]


  • Sarah

    Fantastic old school sci-fiI read book one in the series last week I received as a gift from somebody who thought I would enjoy it . She contacted me yesterday to tell me that too was just released , I dropped everything to read it including sleeping last night . I love the world she's creating. Traveling to the moon after the moon bases had been long since abandoned showed that the human sense of adventure had not died . And we can't put off scientific exploration because poverty still exists i [...]


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