by Neil M. Haggath
A self-published science fiction novel, by amateur astronomer and space enthusiast Neil Haggath.
The scene : The Moon, AD 2104.
The disaster : Space liner Morning Star, en route for Mars with a hundred passengers aboard, loses control and crashes in the Moon's rugged Southern Highlands, killing all but a handful of her occupants.
The people : Fourteen men and women, trapped aboard the ship with no apparent means of escape.
Mike Barron, engineer and ex-spacefarer, who assumes
responsibility for his fellow survivors' safety.
Martin van Kessel, Chief Engineer of the Moon, who must find
the Morning Star and rescue the survivors.
The problem : The rescuers are engaged in a desperate race against time, before a looming catastrophe threatens to destroy them all.
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