BioSimon Haynes is the author of the Hal Spacejock series (for teens/adults), which consists of eight novels and two short stories. He also writes the Hal Junior series for ages 8-12, and the first book in the new Harriet Walsh series for teens and adults is out soon.
I laughed my way through the whole book. Writing humor is not easy, but this author made it seem effortless. In a world filled with robots and AIs, Clunk endeared himself to me. Adversely, his human counterpart, Hal Spacejock, was just the opposite. I wanted to strangle him numerous times. But this was by the author's design. These two experience one hilarious snafu after another. Thankfully, it all ended well and I'm off to read the next book !!
A dark comedy of a young woman that pulls you into her desperate actions to become the only human police officer for an entire planet. Had me smiling and chuckling, especially at the comic relief of the over-powered and under-programmed robot companion. Sill reading away, stealing time to finish it...
I'm reading this now and really enjoying it! Harriet is great fun! :)
Another great novel for those of us who enjoy seeing a strong female lead character set in a scifi mystery setting.
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In Thonn's world, Magick has been banned by politicians: corrupt, power-hungry, twisted, evil … and the Magick wasn't much of a boon either.
So imagine Thonn's surprise when he spies Eddie de Elder attempting Magick spells inside his remote cottage!
A barbarian, a halfling and a cleric walk into a bar ... join Hurm, Runt and Father Mephistophiles as they struggle to save the hamlet of Yendour from a marauding dragon. A high fantasy parody from the author of the Hal Spacejock series.
A 5000 word short story originally published in Andromeda Spaceways #6