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The Moon Dwellers (The Dwellers, #1) - Community Reviews back

by David Estes
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These Books Are My Friends
These Books Are My Friends rated it 7 years ago
Good book. Solid story! I'm not sure if I will pick up the other 2 in the series quite yet but David Estes is a mighty fine storyteller.
Kenny Loves to Read
Kenny Loves to Read rated it 7 years ago
I'm not a big fan of dystopian novels because they tend to be pretty depressing, but I quite enjoyed The Moon Dwellers. The world David Estes creates is believable and leaves room for the redemption of the human race (I hate it when the future is too bleak for salvation). I didn't love Adele as a pr...
Liz* ~ Procrastinator Extraordinaire
I'm always looking for a mind-blowing, action-packed dystopia. So I saw the opportunity to read The Moon Dwellers (The Dwellers, #1) by David Estes and I took it. There were a lot of things I loved about this book and there were some that didn't work for me, that's why I'm giving it 3.5 stars, but I...
twiggreads
twiggreads rated it 7 years ago
Fun read but I'm not sure if I'm going to continue the series.
saulsy2
saulsy2 rated it 7 years ago
‘The Moon Dwellers’ takes place in the future where people now live beneath the Earths surface. People live in either three realms: the Star realm (deepest into the Earth), then the Moon realm, followed by the Sun realm (closest to the surface). The story alternates between two point of views: Adele...
Diva Booknerd
Diva Booknerd rated it 7 years ago
http://divainpyjamas.blogspot.com.au/This is the first book that I've discovered that is on equal par with The Hunger Games. It was awe inspiring and brilliant. It is told in dual points of view. From Adele the Moon dweller and Tristan. Adele's realm is working class, electricity is scarce and money...
NuzSayItwithBooks
NuzSayItwithBooks rated it 7 years ago
Review to come soon.
Mommy's Reading Break
Mommy's Reading Break rated it 8 years ago
*This book was provided to me by the author in exchange for a fair review.*First, can I get a round of applause for David Estes? This has got to be one of the best dystopians I have read, and he's an indie author. Honestly, I found it to be better than some of the really popular ones out there! It r...
sabthebookeater
sabthebookeater rated it 8 years ago
This review and more at Sab The Book EaterTo be honest, I've only read 2 (YA) dystopia books and the one that I liked was The Hunger Games. Generally I like the dystopian concept but I find that I have trouble really getting into the story because there's so much to take in. Dystopian settings are s...
ireadandtell
ireadandtell rated it 8 years ago
Wow, I don't know where to start! Well,first let me start with my first impression of the book which, if you should know, wasn't very postive. I thought it was a very close to the hunger games, but once you get to enter the world that Estes created, the better the story gets. The book...
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