SCIENCE FICTION: The Moonfall
ISBN 0-88878-306-X 239p.
Book I: Moonfall
"Once I started, I could not stop...I have never read anything like
Moonfall. Spears has created an absolutely stunning novel." Chaos
Vol 0 June 93
"some really great miscegenetic sex."
Globe and Mail 1991
Twel felt the warm breath from
his brother's mouth and was aware that his own throat was constricted,
that he had been holding his breath. He loosed it deliberately.
"I want what she wants. It is no small thing. We
are bonded. Yes, I would like it, of course. Would you not?"
Their body, even satisfied and sleepy as it was, responded, answering
"We will see what comes of it."
"Not ill, my brother," said Twar into his
They kissed then which was not so absolutely
strange to them, and Twar turned his head aside and slept, but Twel slept
with his face against his brother's cheek and their coarse hair half hiding
from Moonfall, the first book of the
trilogy, which continues with The Children of Atwar
and concludes with The Taming.
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