The second novel in this trilogy. Overall a good read. After the hint about the moon at the end of the first novel, I expected more to happen with that in this novel. Instead it is just a build up (explanation) of the mechanisms that will presumably be used to manipulate the moon in the third novel. And those mechanisms are so tediously explained, in such an "emotional" way that it is really a challenge for me to read. Unbelievably, this second novel also ends with basically the same cliffhanger about the moon.
I say so much negative about these books, probably because I have such high expectations. I chose to read them only because they were award winners.