Hal Spacejock, Book 1
Fremantle Press, Sep 1, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 400 pages
An incompetent, accident-prone pilot is given one last chance to save his ship; an ageing robot is trusted with a midnight landing in a deserted field; and a desperate businessman is prepared to sacrifice both of them to get what he wants in the hilarious science fiction adventures of cargo businessman Hal Spacejock.
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Review: Hal Spacejock (Hal Spacejock #1)User Review - Jim - Goodreads
Hal's an upright sort of guy, and he won't take jobs from gun runners, drug smugglers or politicians. On the other hand, the finance company's brutal enforcer is on his doorstep, and Hal has barely ... Read full review
Review: Hal Spacejock (Hal Spacejock #1)User Review - Daníel Freyr Jónsson - Goodreads
Hal Spacejock is quite funny, fast paced and entertaining. It isn't anything more than that though. The humor is slapstick and I've read both funnier fantasy and SciFi books. There are some very ... Read full review