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Moonbase One Hardcover – Apr 27 1972

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For over thirty years, Mr Jones wrote science fiction and science non-fiction, including numerous books for young people. He began writing science fiction as a teenager and went on to produce sixteen science fiction novels and dozens of short stories.

Always interested in science, Mr Jones was a meteorological observer for the U.S. Weather Bureau. His subsequent occupation was supervising the preparation of military technical manuals on complex radar equipment and other weapons systems. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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A fine science fiction novel Aug. 12 1999
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Format: Hardcover
Published in 1970, Moonbase One chronicles the adventures of several young colonists on the lunar surface. It was written for the juvenile market but can be just as easily enjoyed by adults as well. Jones was an effective writer of sf who was able to convey often complex scientific ideas with authority and sufficent verve to hold the reader captivated. This enthralling tale makes for highly enjoyable and relaxing reading and is worth searching out, as are any of his other novels; This Island Earth, et al.

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