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    Greenstar series three, a great read

    At the end of series 2, Josie and the crew of the Greenstar took off into hyperspace. What they didn't know was that their green burstium engine had been sabotaged so that instead of emerging from hyperspace at their chosen destination, they were doomed to be stuck forever in a version of hyperspace which kept folding in on itself. So we were left with a cliffhanger. Fortunately, Simon Cantan and Dave Higgins quickly set to work and wrote series three. It is nothing short of brilliant! Excellent (and often surprising) plot with plenty of action, humour and enough twists to keep you on your toes. I would love to go into detail, but I do not like spoilers. What I can say is that some crew members go through some interesting changes, some of which have interesting consequences. It must be said that the narrative style changes in this third series, this does take a little getting used to in the beginning. These days, we are used to writers using the flashback device, but I can imagine that some readers may find it a little confusing. Having said that, I loved the storyline which was original, fast moving and often funny (and yes, I too laughed out loud at several parts!). All in all, a thoroughly good read and one that I shall re-read sometime soon. This is an honest review which I have written in exchange for a free copy of the book.

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