The Rolling Stones - Robert A. Heinlein Reviews
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by - written on 08/04/11, updated on 08/04/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
This science-fiction novel features a family living on the moon: the Stones. They are Castor and Pollux, teenaged twin boys who lead the tale, Meade their sister, Buster (Lowell) their baby brother, their gran Hazel and of course their mum and dad. The intelligent and mischievous twins are always on the lookout for a money-making scheme and are restless in their safe respectable luna town. They hit upon the idea of restoring a dilapidated space-craft and setting up as interplanetary traders. Their gran is unexpectedly keen for a change and before they know it, the whole family is coming along! The novel follows their adventures, as they head out ... Read the complete review
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