Greenstar Season 3

Greenstar Season 3

by Dave Higgins

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Overview

What if you really had to start again from scratch?

After saving Earth for the second time, Josie thought she finally had time to deal with personal business. But a booby trap in the Greenstar's engines meant she really got away from it all.

Trapped in a featureless void, she discovers that even being the first woman in a new universe won't protect her from having to solve everyone else's problems.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157929985
Publisher: Dave Higgins
Publication date: 12/01/2015
Series: A Josie Stein Comedy , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 388 KB

About the Author

An avid reader from an early age, Simon Cantan loved to get lost in the worlds that Piers Anthony, Douglas Adams, and others created. When he read Harry Harrison’s The Stainless Steel Rat Gets Drafted at the age of thirteen, he knew he wanted to write, and has been pestering people about it ever since.
Two decades later, Simon has published several books, including the Bytarend series, Shiny New Swindle, and Hard Vacuum. He continues to write science-fiction and fantasy, usually with a humorous slant to it.

Dave Higgins has worked in law and IT for both public and private sector organisations. When not pursuing these hobbies, he writes poetry and speculative fiction.
He was born in Wiltshire, England. Raised by a librarian, he started reading shortly after birth and has not stopped since. He currently lives in Bristol with his wife, Nicola, his cats, Jasper and Una, and many shelves of books.

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Greenstar Season 3 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite Greenstar Season 3 by Dave Higgins and Simon Cantan continues the Josie Stein Comedy sci-fi series. In the previous installment, Vesta Hartman sabotaged the green-burstium engine on the Greenstar, sending the crew into infinitely folding hyperspace. They found themselves surrounded by a white void, the Land of Nod, welcomed by a mysterious guide named Anak, while Topik horribly found himself in a ‘floppy, uncoordinated’ body. It seems Josie Stein has to save everyone yet again. Just like the previous books, Book 3 excellently maintains the series' trademark humor. That said, the story takes a weirder direction when Josie and the crew are in the Land of Nod, a featureless void where anyone’s imaginations can become real. You just need to think what you want, and it will appear. Cheeseburgers, ice cream, soda, pie, a large bed - some of the crew are having fun with their seemingly ‘god-like power’. But this is the Greenstar crew, and some minds are just plain dreadful. Soon, giant whales, dragons, zombies, robots, and other creatures are trying to kill them. I didn’t expect the story to become this eccentric, and it took some time for me to figure out the plot’s direction. However, all questions are answered in the end and everything becomes clearer about the crew’s situations. Also, Topik still outshines the other characters, no matter what form he takes. His character development is well done. All in all, it is another fun, fast paced quirky adventure of the Greenstar crew by Higgins and Cantan.