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Dead Space Paperback – December 30, 2010
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I loved this book. The story is very compelling and the characters are fantastic. Also, what I loved most is that DEAD SPACE is hilarious. I laughed out loud many, many times while reading it.
As I got towards the end of the book, I got a little bummed out knowing that my time with the book was close to ending. To me, that's always the ultimate indicator of a great book.
Like I said, I loved this one!
P.S. - I'd like to also suggest two other of Lee's books that I love: MY GUN HAS BULLETS and THE MAN WITH THE IRON-ON BADGE. If you're looking for great reads, you can't go wrong with them!
which is what they do in DEAD SPACE (originally published in 1997 as BEYOND THE BEYOND), a wild ride through the world of Hollywood deals and the egomaniacs who make them. A studio that is not Paramount decides to lauch a TV network that is not the UPN, proposing to anchor its prime-time line-up with a resurrected sci-fi series that is not "Star Trek." Some obsessed fans who are not Trekkies, marshalled by a washed-up actor who is not William Shatner, are prepared to wreak havoc if the new incarnation of their beloved program-- ominously slated to be cast with youthful teen-idol types-- is in any way unfaithful to the original. Meanwhile, a talent agency apparently set on taking over the world seems determined to start with this venture, making big trouble for any associated parties who won't sign onto its roster. Assorted freelance crazies fill out the novel's cast, at the center of which sits the one sane man in Tinseltown, studio security guard and ex-cop Charlie Willis (whom Mr. Goldberg's more devoted fans will have met in a previous novel set in this milieu).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Although I think his others books are grittier and less far out, Charlie Willis series is pretty funny too. Let's hope Hollywood is not as ruthless and selfish as portrayed. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Kindle Customer
Enjoyed this book very much. Lee Goldberg is a writer worth buying.Published 23 months ago by amazon.buyer
This sequel to My Gun Has Bullits is every bit as fun and quirky. Love the characters and I do mean "characters" that populate Lee's books. Read morePublished on May 20, 2014 by Red Rose
Didn't interest me. Just couldn't get into it wasn't anything like I though it would be. Sorry I bought the bookPublished on October 7, 2013 by Sylvia Dooley
Terrible read. Dialogue was among silliest ever possibly strung together in one book. Looking forward to read the sequel soon.Published on August 12, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I Don,t know quite why I continued reading this. Book(?) But I did and got a few chuckles ,but just a few, out of it. Read morePublished on March 12, 2013 by Charlie Rose
I really enjoyed the first Lee Goldberg book that I read (Watch Me Die)and since then I have read King City and now Dead Space. Read morePublished on October 29, 2012 by F. A. Williams