In Moon Deeds, twins Torr and Cassidy move to the moon as war pounds down the people of Earth. The moon provides a place to stay, but it is far from ideal. The twins are devastated and angered by Earth’s take-over and want to take it back, reuniting with their parents.
I dove into this head first! Moon Deeds is such a fantastic story. The human characters are realistic, and the non-humans are unique.
Torr and Cassidy are spunky and, even in the presence of danger, put on a brave face. They have magic in their family that needs to be developed in themselves before they can help Earth.
The colonization on the Moon is interesting, as is the method of traveling there. People living on the moon were no different than on Earth. The nasty, greedy people grouped together and bullied others.
Moon Deeds is close to 600 pages of goodness and so worth your while. The setting, the world building, the variety of characters, and the magic made this such a treat to read. I am excited to read the next in the series, Light Fighters,which is already available.