"an exciting roller-coaster ride of choices made"
DARK SIDE OF THE MOON is a fascinating story that blends
the ultra-modern world of pop culture and passions as old
as the humankind itself.
An innocent obsession forces Kia Lambert, a sweet yet
determined Midwestern girl, to work her way into the
entourage of Gabriel Evans, the world's most famous pop-
star. Getting close and intimate with the living legend is
her primary goal, and it seems just as unreachable as
flying to the moon. Yet soon her wits and charm allow her
to enter his life.
One thing she doesn't know is that in a while she might
want to escape. But what sacrifice will it take?
Gabriel Evans's glittering world is built on the dark
secrets of his past. But no secret can stay a secret
forever. Running along the edge of a blade, torn between
the all-mighty image demands, the never-ending wars of the
entertainment business and his own withered dreams of art
and freedom, he has enough problems without a smart
fangirl conniving her way up to his personal assistant
One thing he doesn't know is that she might be his
destiny..or his jinx?
The story doesn't stop there. Its deep, astute exploration
of the nuances of human passions is wrapped in the
suspenseful envelope of mystery and murder. While
investigating the psychological mechanisms behind the
illusions of love and fame in the world where dreams are
dime a dozen, it stays unbiased but makes the readers care.
It can be read on different levels: as an exciting roller-
coaster ride, as a deep, fine study of the identity
crisis, or as a vivid, romantic story of falling stars,
broken hearts and the choices we make when we find
themselves on the DARK SIDE OF THE MOON.
Reviewed by Daria Karpova
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 7, 2004