Free eBook Moonwind download

by Louise Lawerence,Louise Lawrence

Free eBook Moonwind download ISBN: 0694056170
Author: Louise Lawerence,Louise Lawrence
Publisher: HarperPrism (September 1987)
Language: English
Category: Young Adults
Size MP3: 1105 mb
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Rating: 4.3
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Elizabeth Holden (5 June 1943 – 6 December 2013), better known by her pen name Louise Lawrence, was an English science fiction author best known for her work published in the 1970s and 1980s.

Elizabeth Holden (5 June 1943 – 6 December 2013), better known by her pen name Louise Lawrence, was an English science fiction author best known for her work published in the 1970s and 1980s. She has been classified as a writer for young adults. She died on December 6, 2013 of a heart attack in her home at Kiltimagh in Ireland, after suffering from heart problems a number of years prior.

She married and had the first of her three children in Elizabeth Holden, better known by her pen name Louise Lawrence, is an English science fiction author, acclaimed during the 1970s and 1980s. Lawrence was born in Leatherhead, Surrey, England, in 1943. She became fascinated with Wales at a young age, and has set many of her novels there. She left school early on to become an assistant librarian. She married and had the first of her three children in 1963.

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Book by Lawrence, Louise, Lawerence, Louise. From School Library Journal: Grade 5 Up Lawrence has created another excitingly different and poetic tale of two teenagers in the 21st Century who win a trip to the first lunar base and are forever changed. Seventeen-year-old Gareth Johns, a Welsh poet, and Karen Angers, a gum-chewing American girl, approach their adventure with different expectations.

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A powerful post-nuclear holocaust novel described by the author as, 'my cry against the monstrous weapons men have made'. Everyone thought, when the alarm bell rang, that it was just another fire practice

A powerful post-nuclear holocaust novel described by the author as, 'my cry against the monstrous weapons men have made'. Everyone thought, when the alarm bell rang, that it was just another fire practice. But the first bombs had fallen on Hamburg and Leningrad, the headmaster said, and a full-scale nuclear attack was imminent. It's a real-life nightmare.

The Wyndcliffe by Louise Lawrence - book cover, description, publication .

The Wyndcliffe by Louise Lawrence - book cover, description, publication history. slight age-related discoloration. Tight spine and cover. Moonwind by Louise Lawrence - HarperCollins Publishers - ISBN 10 0006727506 - ISBN 13 0006727506 - Preparing Moonwind by Louise Lawrenc. idaoo Children's Books. Children's Fiction and True Stories.

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cyrexoff
This is a very well written, imaginative tale aimed at young adults but a great read for anyone appreciating good literature.
Gareth, a 17 year old from Wales, wins a two week trip to the US moon basestation, along with Karen from Santa Barbara. The two teenagers become close, until an apparently dangerous phenomenon labeled "Moonwind" appears, and the basestation commander decides to return them to Earth whilst the station deals with this unknown disturbance. Just before they leave, Gareth finds a very satisfactory solution to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything.
Hanad
This book concentrates on the spirit inside the flesh of our bodies. its about a kid who goes to the moon and starts trying to deal with questions he can't answer and wonders about the meaning of life. he meets a spirit-girl who would like to take him to her planet, if he helps her repair her ship, but his body would die before they made it there. Now Gareth has a choice to make. The ending is very disturbing and seems to promote suicide for those who want to roam free of their earthly bodies. I would definately not recomend this book.
Gavidor
reading (and re-reading) this book was always a thrill growing up, and I rather think it still would be even after all these years. The plot as I remember it has something to do with 2 kids from very different home backgrounds winning a contest that nets them a trip to a scientific compound on the moon. There they have some encounters with an alien who has been stranded there for a long, long time, all alone. Like most of Lawrence's books this has a certain darkness to it, but it was really moving, and not at all the typical kids-go-into-space-and-save-the-day sci-fi schlock.