Adrienne Martini, of the Washington Post, reviews four SF novels in her article "Spaceships, Gunfights and believable characters, too." She reviews works by Emma Bull, Joe Haldeman, Jon Courtenay Grimwood, and our own Alexis Glynn Latner. Speaking of Hurricane Moon,she says the novel is " a compelling work that creates believable worlds informed by hard science but populated with credible characters who aren't just mouthpieces for technological wizardry."
She goes on to say that, "By the end of the book, both the science and the spirit are joined in a union that is strong and dynamic. Hurricane Moon... is a resonant achievement."