The Moon Maid


Read by Thomas A. Copeland

(4.3 stars; 49 reviews)

Sabotage accidentally takes Earth's first manned interplanetary expedition to the Moon, where a sublunar adventure ensues, involving two intelligent species and a good deal of fighting as well as romance. The perceptive reader will perceive the author's peculiar notions concerning the behavior of volcanos, an offense against scientific fact that is hard to pardon in a writer of science fiction, but if it can be overlooked, the variety of incident and the fast pace of the action, full of surprises, amply repay the reader's generous indulgence. (Summary by Thomas A. Copeland) (6 hr 21 min)

Chapters

Prologue 13:59 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Chapter 1 36:02 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Chapter 2 26:10 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Chapter 3 26:44 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Chapter 4 24:43 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Chapter 5 24:09 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Chapter 6 27:32 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Chapter 7 20:25 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Chapter 8 27:15 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Chapter 9 20:02 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Chapter 10 31:20 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Chapter 11 21:09 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Chapter 12 26:30 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Chapter 13 25:49 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Chapter 14 29:17 Read by Thomas A. Copeland

Reviews

Good book and narrator


(4 stars)

Audio quality is a bit low (on my device at least), but the narrator is nice to listen to! This book is fairly standard fair for Edgar Rice Burroughs. I wish the other two parts that this book sets up were also available since this is more like an intro and the better stories come in book 2 and 3.

A good story and a great reader.


(4 stars)

It is a good story but ends abruptly, which leaves the listener hanging. I assume there are other novels following that continue the story. The reader does an excellent job. Thanks LibriVox.


(4 stars)

Too funny the lack of knowledge due to the year in which it was written.

Enjoyed


(4.5 stars)

Fun story of the stranded crew's life on the moon. Very well read