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Spacejet Kindle Edition

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Length: 209 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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From the Author

I love stories that are fast-paced and entertaining with a bit of wits to hold them together. That's what I hope to have achieved with Spacejet. Expect plenty of laughter, a few tears, and the shadow of a bigger dilemma: what do we do, as a people, when another people's destiny takes a turn for the worst? What are our prerogatives, and more importantly, what is our duty?

About the Author

Terry Dock is a thirty-something, no-nonsense writer living in Brussels, Belgium. His personal heroes range from Legolas to Han Solo, and besides the good old-fashioned swaggering space jock, he has a soft spot for strong female characters--especially little blondes who speak first, think later, and maybe punch somebody in between.

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I'm a thirty-something, unsubtle writer living in Brussels, Belgium. My personal heroes range from Legolas to Han Solo, and besides the good old-fashioned swaggering space jock, I have a soft spot for strong female characters--especially little blondes who speak first, think later, and maybe punch somebody in between.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bonnie Sutton on February 1, 2013
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a fun read caught my attention right from the beginning ; a mouthy southern waitress a jerk of a boss and a hunky alien cat ; this book certainly keeps you entertained , was a little disappointed with the ending seemed a little too simplistic . overall I enjoyed this book !
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Annaelle on November 13, 2012
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You need some kick-ass action ? You'd like to meet crazy Sookie-meets-SpaceCats characters with southern accent ? And a little bit of space-opera, maybe ? Don't go further, this is the book you need. Spacejet is a fun reading and fully entertaining!
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By Iqueno on December 23, 2013
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Not a bad story, just too bad it has so much rough language. It isn't appropriate for younger teens even though the story line is written at that level. Could use a good editor and like I have said cleaning up of the rough language.
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