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Isaac Asimov – The Moons of Jupiter | Review

Title: The Moons of Jupiter

Author: Isaac Asimov

Type: Fiction

Page Count/Review Word Count: 144

Rating: 4/5

This is one of the books in the Lucky Starr series, and so it has a nice mixture of science fiction, detective and political thriller. All of the books so far have been pretty good, and this one was cool because it built on the books that came before it.

But with that said, you don’t necessarily need to read them in order, and so I’d recommend picking up any of the Lucky Starr books that you can as and when you see them. For me, the real mystery is why Asimov published them under the pseudonym of Paul French, because they didn’t really need it. But also, it seems pretty obvious that it was Asimov who wrote it. Noice.

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