Book Review: Moonie and the Space Pirates by Vic Stonecyphercategories: Book, Science Fiction, Space Opera
Author: Mr. Vic Stonecypher
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Moonie vs. Space PiratesA loving re-creation of those old high-flying pulp magazine "space operas" of the 1950s... only with considerably more sex mixed in.
Nicola Cuti's own "Moonie" books, inspired this one, recounting the interstellar misadventures of Moonchild the Starbabe, told from the viewpoints of various characters... and the book is full of sexy, odd or engaging characters, ranging from the Captain, who is obligated to fulfill the physical and emotional needs of the nineteen or twenty Starbabes inhabiting his isolated asteroid station, to SPARTAC, the station's half-crazed master computer. My own favorite parts are probably the pirates' wedding day and the city-wide orgy touched off by "Daisy's Tears," but both scenes are too strange and funny to explain or even describe this limited space... and those are only two scenes of many.
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