Dry Land by Jennifer Anne Seidler

Thank you to Susan Voss for this generous, thoughtful review!

Dab of Darkness

SeidlerDryLandWhere I Got It: Review copy

Narrator: Ian Sorenson

Publisher: Jennifer Seidler (2015)

Length: 2 hours 46 minutes

Author’s Page

A group of astronauts have been tapped to head to the moon and make it habitable for humans. The tech is all there, just has to be set up and unleashed. Ted ‘Shakespeare’ Hardistan must leave his android/human hybrid wife, Colby, behind as this mission is suppose to take the rest of his life. However, their efforts have unforeseen consequences and now all of the crew must take great risk to make right what they can.

Wow! I really enjoyed this book. First, we have Ted himself. He’s an interesting character with a propensity for quoting Shakespeare, sometimes at odd times. He’s your typical good guy at first glance. But once the pressure is on, he becomes decisive and even forceful in carrying through on what he believes to be…

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