The World with a Thousand Moons

Read by Phil Chenevert

(4.6 stars; 46 reviews)

Other than boasting of having a thousand moons, this nasty planet could only brag of having the most numerous, vicious, mean, death dealing set of animals every encountered anywhere. The atmosphere was nice though if you didn't mind the screams of pain constantly in the air. And the most notorious space pirate in the universe has you captive there. Things are not looking good for Lance Kenniston and his Jovian sidekick at the moment. - Summary by phil chenevert (1 hr 53 min)


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Very Nice

(5 stars)

The World with a Thousand Moons is a nice example of older sci-fi, before the days of Star Wars and Star Trek! As with literally all sci-fi not created in the last 10 years, there is outdated technology and ideas, but these can be skimmed over easily to reveal what this book is: a darn good story, read quite well, as always, by the most prolific reader on LibriVox: Phil Chenevert!

Just good

(5 stars)

They don't make em like they used to. This story is short fun and has it all.

A classic sci-fi short.

(4 stars)

Good old-fashioned sci-fi, and of course Phil Chenevert does an excellent job telling the story.

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(5 stars)

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