Science fiction and fantasy                                            



Elizabeth Moon

Elizabeth Moon has written a number of works of science fiction, including space opera series such as the Serrano Legacy and Vatta's War. Her books often have a military aspect.

Book Reviews

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Trading in Danger
3 star rating
The first in the Vatta's War series.
Released in 2003.


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Speed of Dark
4 star rating
In the near future, someone has invented a cure for autism. But is this really a good thing for the last autistics?
Released in 2002.


Unreviewed books

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Against The Odds
Whilst the Fleet is racked by mutiny a trading ship takes on a mysterious fugitive in this space adventure. Book seven of the Serrano Legacy.
2000

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Sporting Chance
The crew of an interstellar yacht have to transport a young prince in secret. But they are drawn into an intrigue when they realise all is not right with the young royal.
1994

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Hunting Party
A young space officer is forced to leave the military and take her chances piloting a civilian spacecraft. The first book of the Serrano Legacy.
1993

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Oath Of Gold
A young woman must heal from serious injuries and be heroic. Book three of The Deed Of Paksenarrion.
1989

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Darwin    
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