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    Literary Titan

    An epic sci-fi tale that is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat. This story is both mesmerizing and terrifying at the same time. Wil is testing an experimental space pod that ends up on the opposite side of the solar system, NASA can’t find him, and their probably not going to be able to bring him back, anyway. Fast forward many years, and Wil is still in outer space, he has somewhat given up on the chance of being rescued, he’s basically an outer space bad guy, who smuggles and gets away with a lot of stuff he really shouldn’t, but who’s going to arrest him? The space police? He’s now looking for a crew to help him deal with the all out war that is happening right in front of his eyes. After being captured by a ship from another galaxy, Wil is ready to fight back. He really has nothing else to lose, so why not? If you’re looking for a lighthearted space saga, then this is definitely a book you’re going to want to pick up. I love that it doesn’t take itself too seriously, there are tons of pop culture references, and there are many homages to pop culture themes. It’s enjoyable, relaxing, and definitely funny. People who enjoy shows like Farscape and Guardians of the Galaxy will get a kick out of this. There were times that Wil would do or say things and I was completely flabbergasted, but also I totally believed that this is something that he would do. He is at the point in life where he really doesn’t care anymore, because he knows he’s probably not going to make it back to earth, so he just does what he wants and people have to do deal with it. The writing was great, it was easy to read, and fun to enjoy, it didn’t matter if I had 5 minutes to read or an hour, I could get sucked into the story quickly, and it was easy to pick up right where I left off. I can’t wait to read the next books in this series.
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    Not bad but some continuity errors

    This is an okay tale of adventures in space. The captain and crew of the ship “ghost” are reasonably interesting and there are some mildly humorous moments interspersed with the action. However there was a glaring error on the part of the author which ruined the tale for me. Without giving away too much, there is a large space battle towards the end of the story. The ghost is in possession of four illegal ship breaking missiles. The Captain orders two of these to be fired at one vessel. Then later, he orders another one fired. After that he fired the last missile at one of four large cruisers, destroying it. The ship is then pursued by the remaining three cruisers, only for the Captain to fire another one of its illegal missiles at them damaging two of them. Unfortunately they didn’t actually have that missile available to them any more. To make the situation worse, while they are being repaired at the space dock that they manage to reach, the authorities are said to turn a blind eye to the last remaining illegal missile in their hold. That makes two extra missiles that they never had and is a very glaring continuity error on the authors part, one I would strongly recommend he fixes as it detracts from the enjoyment of the story.
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    A good read

    I enjoyed the story very much. I think the characters are well developed and engaging.
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    Space rogues

    I am a fan of what I call Space Westerns. The good guys against the evil bullies! Wil and his miss- matched crew of heroes are a delight, and I look forward to reading the rest of the series. In the vein of "Firefly" and "Farscape", the two series that echo most like "Space Rogues", although there are bits of "Star Trek" "Babylon 5" and others to numerous to mention. Is the Ghost a Klingon bird of prey or the millenial falcon? Love it!
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    Space Rogues

    Top read space adventure with gentle humour and bags of action
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