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Book Review: Starship Grifters, by Robert Kroese

Rating: Hot Princess
Rating: Hot Princess

Damn, I laughed.

I know that’s probably not the most professional way to start a book review, but, I think it’s more important to be honest than it is to follow protocol. This book is just freaking hilarious. The funny thing is (okay, the book is the funny thing, but you know what I mean) the whole story is woven together by total absurdity, yet it totally works. It’s like slapstick meets equivocation meets, well, as many logical fallacies as can possibly be combined to make the most implausible situation plausible. And yet it this book, this author, carries it off.  Continue reading Book Review: Starship Grifters, by Robert Kroese