The Sky Woman: From Ringworlds to Earth, an Epic Struggle of Love and Survival by J.D. Moyer
Flame Tree Press (September 6, 2018)
288 pages; $24.95 paperback; $14.95 paperback; $6.99 e-book
Reviewed by Frank Michaels Errington
The Sky Woman: From Ringworlds to Earth, an Epic Struggle of Love and Survival by J.D. Moyer deftly combines multiple genres into a solid work which starts out reading much like your typical fantasy fare but goes places I never anticipated.
Although I’ve never read anything by J. D. Moyer previously, and this is not a book I would likely pick up without having been asked to provide a review, I found the work to be wildly imaginative and totally entertaining…
…could kill a man so fast his opponent would continue fighting and boasting for some time, until a severed body part fell to the ground reminding the man that he had already been killed.
There is so much more I want to say in this review, but I’m seriously trying to restrain myself. This is one of those books where giving away anything at all would be a serious disservice to the reader as the thrill of discovery is such a huge part of its charm.
I will say this, The Sky Woman: From Ringworlds to Earth, an Epic Struggle of Love and Survival was so much fun, I’m already looking forward to its sequel, The Guardian.
J.D. Moyer, you have yourself a new fan. Even if this isn’t quite your thing, The Sky Woman is worth taking a chance on.