Six Moon Dance

Six Moon Dance

Book - 1998
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It was many years agothathumans came and settled the world of Newholme. In these early days, the first wave of pioneers struggled to make a home on the harsh, alien planet. As others from Earth came, the humans learned to bend Newholme to their will, to set down roots and raise up cities and farms and a grand temple to their goddess. But now strange things are happening. The very ground is shaking with volcanic eruptions, and all of Newholme is in peril.

And so it is that the great Great Questioner, official arbiter of the Council of Worlds, decides to pay a visit to the isolat ed planet to find out what is causing the increasingly violent disturbances. For rumors have long swirled throughout the Council about what really happened to the first settlers from Earth all those years ago-whispers about a terrible secret that lies buried deep within Newholme's past.

It is on Newholme that the Questionerwill meet Mouche, a beautiful youth of uncommon cleverness and spirit. It will fall to Mouche to discover and embrace that which makes him unique among humans. For Newholme's past is not dead, not completely. And the survival of an entire world depends upon Mouche appeasing something dark and terrible that's coiled within...and in his total surrender to the mysterious, ecstatic revelry that results when the six moons join.

Publisher: New York : Avon Eos, [1998]
Edition: First edition.
Copyright Date: ©1998
ISBN: 9780380974795
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 454 pages ; 25 cm
Alternative Title: 6 moon dance


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Jan 07, 2017

This is a wonderful SF story; the characters are vivid, the storyline is fascinating, the world-building is superb. I love this writer's SF. Highly recommend.


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