By Allen Steele.
Pyr, Prometheus Books, 2012. 311 pp., $16.95.
Sixteen-year-old Jamey Barlowe has always used a wheelchair; he was born on the Moon, and his body can’t manage Earth’s gravity. But when Barlowe and five other teenagers are sent to the Moon to escape a political coup led by the American vice president, he’s able to walk for the first time in his life. As a result, Barlowe joins Lunar Search and Rescue, also known as the Rangers, just in time to fight off a military invasion. Ages 12–up.