5 out of 5 stars Tongue-in-cheek sci-fi
12 February 2017
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Fun, funny, quick read. It's an affectionate space opera parody -- not as gratuitously silly as Douglas Adams or as crude as Red Dwarf, but that's the sort of thing. Stainless Steel Rat is the closest reference I can think of. It's not a complete story; this is 'episode 1'. It raises more mysteries than it resolves and ends on a 'to be continued'. Hope episode 2 will follow soon.
About the Author
Since 2005, Ed has supplied services to indie authors through his company Scribbulations LLC and writes constantly.
In 1963, Ed was part of the original target demographic for Doctor Who, long before society realized the effect of sci-fi on the young. As an adult, he has a reputation for asking, in the middle of long BBC dramas, "When do the aliens land?"
He is a member of the Science Fiction Association of Bergen County, NJ, and the founder of The Write Group: Kennett Square.
Ed writes science fiction in the classic mold-with humor and intelligence.