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Publisher Description

On the dark side of the moon, which isn't really dark, lives an otter who isn't really an otter. He was designed to live in the harshest environments in the solar system and to build the solar powered machines that may someday help sustain human life in these places. 

His caretaker, Pen is a young genetic engineer who spends each day trying to help him better communicate with the human beings that he will someday be working for. They are making progress. But after losing contact with a ship carrying someone dear to her and believing that this creature may know something about the ship's fate, Pen decides to take drastic steps to finally allow them to truly understand each other. In doing so Pen will come to learn that the small world that she had thought this creature inhabited is not really as small nor as empty as she had imagined. 

This otter-who-isn't-really-an-otter was given the name “Sol-4” by the engineers that designed him, but that isn't really his name.

Comics & Graphic Novels
October 14
Chance Wyatt
Chance Wyatt Oberlander

Customer Reviews

The link1 ,

A bright day on the dark side of the moon

A beautifully crafted sci-fi tale that brings the immediacy of friendship to the grandeur of space. Life, love, and indifference are all interwoven in this wondrous story.

Iamleatherface ,

if genes could talk

a wonderful interpretation of what the point of it all is.

Nanny Carla ,

A bright day on the dark side of the moon

Fantastic! Illustrations were remarkable,, so enjoyable,,a lovely message I have retread it myself,The author is a true talent and what an artist!So beautiful

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