Book Review: The Girl From Our Moon by Rebecca A. Bishop


Title: The Girl from our Moon

Author: Rebecca A. Bishop

Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Sci-Fi

Release Date: Unpublished


This is a treasury tale of science and the spiritual walking hand in hand, to evolve Earth.

The universe’s 1st law “ask and it is given” is supposed to keep a fair balance between good and evil on Planet Earth. But neighbouring planets Venus and Mars are at battle for dominance, and over the generations demons from Mars have corrupted Earth.

Earth’s guardian angels live on Venus and they frequently visit to help humans in need, but only if humans first imagine or pray for the help. Venus’ Angels are in harmony, and its nature is colourful and idealistic. But one comical presence that is gossiped throughout the galaxy, is stirring the pot. Angel Luna a rebel, isn’t shy of breaking the laws, to put Earth’s species first.

Her life is a performance of exciting swagger, only she can make trees blush, demons cower in fear and play with an Arch Angels temperament. But every action has a consequence. She has an unusual teenage rite of passage to share with you, warning you will cringe and you will gasp, you couldn’t expect an alien exhibitionist to live like a human without being recognised.

Then there is Luna’s charming college professor, a vegan environmentalist wants London to evolve in an eco-friendly direction. Luna who has a duty of compassion for Earth harmonises with his ideas, and Starling finds himself madly falling in taboo love with his student.

Her scientific secret could make Starling’s dreams come true, and help Earth survive against global warming. But first, can Luna convince him she is really an Angel? Or will he hand her over to evil government men and let the doctor label her insane?


I didn’t know what to expect from this book, but I’m really glad that this turned out to be a very enjoyable read!

Luna is an angel who was given a special task–to save planet earth. She couldn’t do this alone as she needed the help of Professor Starling. She was given a human form so that she could roam earth and find Starling.

There were a lot of scenes that made me laugh (scenes where Luna was still adjusting on being human) and it made me like Luna more. Aside from the light and fun scenes, I also loved how this book inserted environmental issues. This will make you think about caring for the environment more. This book actually reminded me of Soulmates by Holly Bourne because of the sci-fi elements and the task of saving earth.

This was such an important, unique, and fun read. I can’t wait to read the second book and know what happens next! Thanks to the author for giving me a copy in exchange for an honest review.

Favorite Quotes:

“I just want to have a normal life. This accident has made me realize I cannot waste time waiting for answers to come to me about my past, I have to make the most of what I have. I have that intuition, inside me, that whatever is meant to be will be.”

“But love is not something a man should conquer, it conquers man. That I know. Love is a powerful indescribable force, which blinds us all.”

“The desire to wish for good, is first learned through the existing of the bad, is it not?”

Soundtrack: Never Seen Anything “Quite Like You” by The Script

Rating: Purple-FullPurple-FullPurple-FullPurple-FullNo-Star

Buy Links: Goodreads || Free on Wattpad

18362697About the Author:

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I am a vegan, environmentalist who’s main passion is writing. I adore animals, trees, the paranormal and quantum physics! I am trying to spread awareness on climate change and plastic pollution.

I write mainly for young adults, but adults have also enjoyed my work, this is my first novel of a two part series. The second novel in the series will be uploaded next year.




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