He's abducted by aliens to the planet Vost.
He's saving up for his fare home.
But he's got the small matter of a planetary apocalypse to deal with first...
In 1977 a New York Cab driver Mike Redolfo is abducted by aliens after being mistaken for a renegade scientist. Meanwhile, back in 1944 a mysterious man and his Jewish fiancée are fleeing across Nazi-occupied Europe.
Redolfo tries to keep a low profile on his new world whilst earning his fare home, but unwittingly gets involved with a shady gang of alien criminals, inadvertently bringing the planet to the brink of catastrophe.
As the link between the timelines becomes clear, Redolfo must discover secrets from the past that may hold the key to saving the planet.
If you like The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse 5, and Frank Herbert's Dune, you'll love this gripping and entertaining sci-fi mystery thriller.
What others are saying about Space Taxis:
★★★★★ 'A triumph of high adventure.' Readers' Favorite
★★★★★ 'VERY highly recommended.' Goodreads
★★★★★ 'This is a fun SciFi read.' Netgalley
★★★★★ 'An entertaining sci-fi adventure in the tradition of Douglas Adams.' Amazon reviewer
★★★★★ 'What a gripping, unputdownable story.' Amazon reviewer
★★★★★ 'I loved every minute of this book, it's just the sort of sci-fi I really enjoy, good storyline, quirky characters and so much humour. If you're a fan of Hitchhikers, Chronicles of St Mary's and Red Dwarf this will definitely be right up your alley!' Goodreads
★★★★★ 'Don't hesitate in buying Space Taxis. You won't regret it - in fact, you'll probably be reading it again and again, AND recommending it to all your friends and relatives.' Jude Gwynaire, Author of Aliens in My Garden
Space Taxis has been awarded the 5-star seal by Readers' Favorite.
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|Publisher:||Burton Mayers Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.76(d)|
About the Author
Harriet will never be able to let go of Greek gods. No, not the sculpted Adonis-like figures on the beach, but the ancient ones. Loving all things mythological, her writing incorporates myths and legends from around the world. Her other fascination is with the criminal mind, and you can expect to see a blend of these two interests in her writing. As a student of English, she spends her day critiquing literature and her evenings creating exciting characters and fun stories. Harriet is also an artist, and she would like to hear from her readers and those interested in her art. You can get in contact at http://harrietfrosh.com/