Synopses & Reviews
Poul Anderson, recently the winner of the Nebula's Grandmaster Award for lifetime achievement, returns to the world of his acclaimed novel Operation Chaos with the tale of one family's mission to the moon. Ginny Greylock and Steven Matuchek are partners an Earth quite unlike our own. For starters, Ginny is a licensed witch and Steve is an engineer and werewolf. Steve moonlights by working on a spacecraft in the Arizona desert, a project which soon discovers that there is life on the moon. Neither Steve nor the US government has any inkling as to the nature of the moonsprites, and everyone is anxious to make contact. But when the time comes to test the spacecraft, a host of bugs, snafus, and angry spirits conspire to prevent the launch. It's a recipe for perfect lunacy as Ginny and her clan struggle to figure out who, or what, is sabotaging the greatest magical and scientific achievement of the century.
"One of science fiction's most revered writers."--USA Today
The winner of seven Hugo and three Nebula awards delivers the long-awaited sequel to "Operation Chaos". Steve and others working on a spacecraft project in the Arizona desert attempt to make contact with life on the Moon. But when the time comes to test the spacecraft, the launch is sabotaged.
About the Author
The bestselling author of such classic novels as Brain Wave
and The Boat of a Million Years
, Poul Anderson
won just about every award the science fiction and fantasy field has to offer. He has won multiple Hugos and Nebulas, the John W. Campbell Award, The Locus Poll Award, the Skylark Award, and the SFWA Grandmaster Award for Lifetime Achievement. His recent books include Harvest of Stars, The Stars are also On Fire, Operation Chaos, Operation Luna, Genesis, Mother of Kings,
and Going for Infinity
, a collection and retrospective of his life's work. Poul Anderson lived in Orinda, California where he passed away in 2001.