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Review: Dead Moon by Keith Crawford

Humanity will be extinguished within seven days. Wing Commander Jude Styles is a starfighter pilot trying to get pregnant before the world ends. Her wingman Hamid Ashkami just wantes to block the spam messages he is receiving from someone claiming to be his dead ex-husband. Instead they are locked in a media tour, shown off as the heroes who stopped the alien invasion by destroying the massive mothership known as the Dead Moon, persuading the masses that all be fine if they keep calm and carry on. Trapped telling the same lies, driven over the edge by post- stress and the constant flow of alcohol, it is only a matter of time before Jude and Hamid break down - and the fragments of the Dead Moon have already begun to fall from the sky. Grim, human and thought-provoking, Dead Moon is a road trip driven by a friendship stronger than love and an impossible task: how do you go on living when the world is coming to an end?  Dead Moon is now 99p on Amazon. My Review  Wow! This book is an absol

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