Moonfellows by Danger Slater

It is the summer of 1906, The United States Government has recruited a select group of five people for a highly secretive mission. These brave men and women will soon become pioneers of The Space Age as a dangerous trip to the moon to find a particular unusual mineral gets underway. Within the Moonfellow Five - a captain, a communication specialist, a geologist, a engineer and Franklin Crumb, a grave digger for the Lone Fir Cemetery and narrator of this story.

Danger Slater brings his unique style of writing to the uncharted surface of the moon. Mysterious secrets and unusual alien species lurk around each and every slime oozing chapter. The peculiar surroundings of this ship wrecked environment captures a claustrophobic and desolate kind of storytelling perfectly.

Focusing on the crew mates of the Moonfellows, specifically Crumb, Slater places his characters within ill-fated circumstances exposing their odd human traits of intense mayhem and witty humor. It’s these distinctive combinations of horror, bizarro and comedy that enables Danger Slater to capture and maintain his audience. Monsters, madness and chaos are perfection incarnate.
Rumor has it that a poison is provided by the moon that has no cure for the lunatic type behavior it causes. However, it’s a truthful fact that author Danger Slater pilots one heck of a fictional mission to the moon. Moonfellows plants its five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ flag in the virgin soil of the dark side of the moon. A Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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