Moonfall (Book One in the Moonfall trilogy)
The story begins...
Tasman is born into a world populated by two-headed bicephalic “twins” who share one body. Alone, she struggles for acceptance and becomes the unwitting key to the Earth’s salvation, in a poetic and apocalyptic vision of the future where technology exists as a mere remnant of a destroyed world, conjoined twins are the norm and the orbit of the moon is decaying.
About Heather Spears
Canadian writer and artist Heather Spears was educated at the University of British Columbia, The Vancouver School of Art, and the University of Copenhagen. As an artist she has held over 75 solo exhibitions and has illustrated numerous books and articles. As an author she has published 7 collections of poetry as well as the Moonfall Trilogy (which is comprised of Moonfall, The Children of Atwar and The Taming). Heather also makes annual reading and lecture tours in Canada, and is the winner of the Governer General’s Award for poetry in 1989 and the Pat Lowther award in 1986 and 1989. She currently resides in Denmark. [MORE]
“I will read a story this good on any pretext or none at all.... prose as polished and beautiful as fine poetry, characters absolutely unlike anyone you ever knew but unmistakably real and alive...” — Spider Robinson
&ldquoOne of the most unique writers I’ve ever read... Spears writes beautifully and has constructed a richly developed society.” — Fred Cleaver, The Denver Post
“I have no hesitation placing Spears next to Le Guin, one of the most literate ... of science fiction writers.” — The Edmonton Journal
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