- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 9 hours and 20 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Steven Campbell
- Audible.com Release Date: June 17, 2014
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00L2DX3A8
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Hard Luck Hank: Screw the Galaxy Audible – Unabridged
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Top Customer Reviews
It is almost impossible to review this book without giving something important away, as the author has managed to pack this story with ten times the twists and turns and ten times the action and tons more humor than most of the books I have come across lately.
In short, it is a blast to read!
If you want to know what is most likable to this reviewer about this book, it is definitely Hank. The story always revolves around Hank, but that doesn't mean you will be able to guess what is going to happen next. That is because you, the reader, are living what is going on at the same time Hank is. Hank's character is one of the funniest and most gallant anti-heros imaginable. Hank consistently seems to get into the worst situations around, through sheer dumb non-luck. However there is way more to HARD LUCK HANK than just Hank.
And the "more to it than that" is what makes this fast paced tale fascinating and impossible to put down, The plot, as it develops, just gets better, funnier and more exciting.
The reader may think he or she has the story figured out. Then something barrels along out of the blue and wham! All of a sudden you are pulled even further and more compellingly into this exciting tale of a mutant outlaw (kind of), an outsider type galaxy burg full of losers (sort of), some mysterious types (definitely) ,and a bunch of very scary villains. Oh yeah,and a bunch of even MORE scary villains.
Will Hank be able to save the day?Read more ›
Besides, Hank much prefers to fix things without violence and functioning as a negotiator. OK, he's not a labor relations grad of the Wharton School, but Hank has qualities much better suited to the context in which he works: really good intuition. Much as other folks in Belaville, the Colmarian city in which he lives, Hank is a mutant, level-four in his case. Being a mutant of whatever level is a mixed blessing. After all, my great grandmother could out run hulking Hank, but then Hank is five or six times older.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was a fun book to read, the story never really picked me up.
But I did laugh a couple of times
Well-paced, high-action, humorous sci-fi. Quick and easy read. Fun.Published 8 days ago by Richard Heuermann
This was another random find on Amazon and I am so glad I wandered on to Belvaille.
Hank is awesome, in a bad ass kind of dense (heh heh) sort of way. Read more
Keep it up! I read through all of the Hank series in just a few days! Fantastic universe and pacing!Published 24 days ago by Chris Martin
Hard Luck Hank: Screw the Galaxy O.k.. The writing is high school and the narrator is a dork but the story had enough insanity to keep me interested and reading to the end. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Agnes322