Bikini Planet

Bikini Planet

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by David Garnett
     
 

Rookie cop Wayne Norton went to sleep in the swinging sixties-and woke up 300 years later. Now he's out of time, out of touch-and caught up in a battle for dominion over the galaxy's most prized vacation hotspot...  See more details below

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Rookie cop Wayne Norton went to sleep in the swinging sixties-and woke up 300 years later. Now he's out of time, out of touch-and caught up in a battle for dominion over the galaxy's most prized vacation hotspot...

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ISBN-13:
9780451458605
Publisher:
Roc
Publication date:
12/01/2001
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
4.38(w) x 6.72(h) x 0.80(d)

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Bikini Planet 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1969 Las Vegas, Wayne Norton is proud to be a Las Vegas police officer. Although twenty-one he remains a virgin who loves his girlfriend Susie and hopes to consummate their union soon. Before that can happen he sees Susie¿s father, a gangster, kill some rivals in cold blood. Her father then punches his lights out and puts him in a cryogenic sleep chamber. He wakes up three hundred years in the future to a world he doesn¿t know.

He¿s immediately drafted into GalactiCop and sent to Hideaway, an exotic pleasure playground. He is on such a top-secret mission that he doesn¿t even know what it is. While trying on some clothes, he meets a beautiful woman named Kiru who escaped a penal planet with a bunch of space pirates. Wayne finally loses his virginity before he and Kiru are arrested. They both escape their captors but become separated which means there won¿t be a happily ever after ending for this couple or will there?

BIKINI PLANET is a fun science fiction novel that doesn¿t take itself seriously at all. It is a satire on the entire ¿grave ¿ save the universe¿ space opera novels and movies that are so prevalent in fiction today. David Garnett has a delicious sense of humor, which he shows off to perfection in ironically this one of a kind novel.

Harriet Klausner