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Will Save Galaxy for Food by Croshaw

Imagine that you’re a starship pilot on the fringes of space (the black), saving whole planners of people in the golden age of space exploration. You’re a hero to humans everyone; beloved to all. Then humanity invents a way to get from any two points in space instantaneously. And you don’t have a job anymore. And now you’re scraping by, begging for jobs to fly tourists on quick planetary flybys. It’s a big step down.

Will Save Galaxy for Food
by Yahtzee Croshaw
Dark Horse Books
February 2017

Our hero takes a job pretending to be a different pilot – an incredibly hated one – for a mobster to take his son on an adventure. The boy, and his girlfriend, who happens to be the daughter of the President of Earth, want to go do into space. In an act of fear, our hero and the monsters former secretary decide they would rather kidnap the kids as a plan to escape the clutches of the mobster. It gets more convoluted. The good news is that almost none of it matters as this is incredibly shallow and no details are necessary to enjoy this quick and simple read. It’s supposed to be a satire, and while it is funny at times, this is no Discworld novel.

Complete pass time and nothing more.


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