The year is 1969. Astronomer Arthur Hart has two loves: his wife and the moon… that is until his two loves appear to become one. Mike Russell’s The Man Whose Wife Was The Moon is a magical novella. Filled with extraordinary imagery, humorous and heartrending, Mike Russell’s latest book is a passionate invitation to rediscover the moon in all its mystery and wonder.

“Such an enjoyable read. What happens next is always a surprise. A lovely tale. A charming tale. A sweet tale. However, Mike Russell’s The Man Whose Wife Was The Moon contains a number of hard edges… Treat yourself to The Man Whose Wife Was The Moon. You might gaze at the sky with more wonderment than you ever thought possible.” Glenn, Goodreads

“You can’t go wrong with reading this book. It’s silly, funny, evocative and a totally unique concept. If you want to read something that is completely different from anything you’ve read before, I 100% recommend this book.” This Brilliant Day

“A short but powerful book. As the story unfolds, you’ll see it is more than a story about the moon, or the nature of reality, but also about the nature of us, and the relevance of the male and female sides of each person’s persona. If Rene Magritte had been reincarnated as a writer, he would have been Mike Russell. This book will make you think in the same way that a Magritte painting makes you think.” Jeff Barnes, Amazon customer

“I will never look at the moon the same again. On the back cover, this book is described as ‘A passionate invitation to rediscover the moon it all its mystery and wonder.’ This description could not be more true. Mr. Russell has created a love story I never knew that I needed. I have read all of Mr. Russell’s books, and I can say that ‘The Man Whose Wife Was The Moon’ is a welcome addition to the collection. His stories will never cease to amaze me. I never know what to expect from this Mike Russell, and I’m always pleasantly surprised. This book was no exception. I highly recommend this book to everyone.” M Holmes, Amazon