Red Sky Blue Moon

Red Sky Blue Moon None

  • Title: Red Sky Blue Moon
  • Author: Bruce Golden
  • ISBN: 9781484133224
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Paperback
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  • Bruce Golden

    Novelist, journalist, satirist, Bruce Golden s short stories have been published than 130 times across 20 countries and in 30 anthologies Asimov s Science Fiction described his second book, If Mickey Spillane had collaborated with both Frederik Pohl and Philip K Dick, he might have produced Bruce Golden s Better Than Chocolate The same reviewer said of his novel Evergreen, If you can imagine Ursula Le Guin channeling H Rider Haggard, you ll have the barest conception of this stirring book, which centers around a mysterious artifact and the people in its thrall Reminiscent of the work of Robert Silverberg, this planetary romance will introduce lucky readers to a world both magical and spooky, yet ultimately as tangible as your own backyard His Dancing with the Velvet Lizard, with 33 stories, is one of the largest collections of speculative fiction ever published His latest novel, Red Sky, Blue Moon, follows Vikings and Native American Sioux when they re transported to another world by aliens goldentalesipod

  • 279 Comments

  • Lots of characters, lots of cultural detail, but fantastic world building, where groups of Vikings and Native American Sioux are transplanted onto another worldwith other Earth cultures culled by an alien intelligence. Another fantastic scifi adventure by Bruce Golden.


  • I was pleasantly surprised again by this author, though I've read a couple of his books now, and shouldn't be. Though each one is totally different, they all speak to me through their marvelous characters. The way Red Sky, Blue Moon uses the traditions & myths of Vikings and Native American Sioux is much like Herbert used Islamic and other cultures in Dune. The world he created is marvelous, and the attention to detail really sucked me in (language, customs, etc). The basic plot isn't someth [...]


  • This was pretty fun reading which Indians and Vikings are thrown together I have a battle on another world. The characters were good and the story was entertaining the plot was obvious to anybody who's read any books in the past. I would give the story four stars but the final so called surprising conclusion was so bad it just turns me off. three stars.


  • Lots of great characters (almost too many) and a great new world created out of historical earth cultures. I loved the detail of the cultures, and how the Viking culture/myths evolved. Makes me want to read more by this author.


  • This book started off well enough, but then blew me away. The use of Viking and Native American cultural aspects was great, and the story wasn't bad either.




  • Good premise. And interesting story line, but I'm not quite sold on the advanced=bad, primitive= good concept. Other than this minor Quibble it is a good story.



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