A science fiction short in the best spirit of Rod Serling and O. Henry. Is it a stroke-induced hallucination that suddenly finds Eddie, an ex-astronaut, rocketing to become the sole permanent resident of the Moon? Or has his wish finally, inexplicably, been granted? And don't all wishes demand a price be paid?
"Josh Viola has told a tale more chilling than the surface of the moon. Too bad Rod Serling isn't around to put it in The Twilight Zone."
—Keith Ferrell, New York Times bestselling author
"Like all good short stories, 'Luna One' leaves plenty of questions and ample latitude for multiple interpretations. The ending is, literally, explosive, touching and utterly human. That's a nifty combo."—Mark Stevens, Denver Post bestselling author