"Who hasn't wanted to imagine themselves parachuting into a story gone wrong and putting it back on track? It's storytelling as heroism, genre savviness as power. Endless fun. Catnip for genre geeks."
"A clever, exciting, and seriously fun twist on portal fantasy that sends a geeky stand-up comedian into the Wild West. Sign me up to be a Genrenaut, too!"
- Delilah S. Dawson, author of the Blud series. Hit, and Wake of Vultures (as Lila Bowen)
"A wonderfully executed idea that uses the strengths and background of the writer to great effect... An excellent start to an exciting series, and another highlight of Tor's novella program."
"I have this sinking feeling that the Genrenauts series, with its raucous meta-commentary upon the stories of pop culture, is going to say important things that I might not be clever enough to catch the first time around because I'm too busy enjoying the books."
"This is fun...Readers will be looking forward to Leah and company's next trip to a story world."
"The entire book is just FUN"
"The concept of Genrenauts is awesome."
"The Genrenauts are the literary equivalent of The A-Team by way of Star Trek, Quantum Leap-ing their way through alternate dimensions defined entirely by genre tropes."
From the Author
For fans of Westworld, Leverage, and Redshirts!
Individual episode order:
#2 - The Absconded Ambassador - amzn.com/B0166PX1VM
#3 - The Cupid Reconciliation - amzn.com/B01G45CFRA
#4 - The Substitute Sleuth - amzn.com/B01GDD5W5K
#5 - The Failed Fellowship - amzn.com/B01IL488GY
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