Hull Damage - Timothy J. Meyer

Hull Damage

By Timothy J. Meyer

  • Release Date: 2012-05-25
  • Genre: Science Fiction
Hull Damage book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 73 Ratings)

Hull Damage Timothy J. Meyer Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Their spaceship is falling apart. There's a substantial bounty on each one of their heads. Their captain is a stark, raving lunatic.

Making a decent living as a space pirate is hard enough, what with the near-constant spaceship repairs, the dogged bounty hunters and the treacherous galactic underworld one must navigate to survive. The crew of The Unconstant Lover, therefore, have plenty on their plate, attempting to both turn a decent profit and stay one step ahead of the forces of law and order.

Now add Captain Nemo – ace pilot, megalomaniac and complete moron – to the mix.

Hell-bent on becoming the most fearsome dread pirate the galaxy's ever seen, Nemo leads his motley crew with bluster and bravado through planetary blockades, space station shoot-outs and rowdy barroom brawls.

Before long, the galaxy at large starts to take notice. Before long, The Unconstant Lover and her crew are caught in the crossfire of a bidding war between three of the galaxy's most dangerous crimelords.

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User reviews about this book

  • Hull Damage

    By Big Papa Medic
    Over all this is a decent book. It would have been better if the author did not try colorful descriptors of exceedingly large and rarely used words. I did enjoy this book but it reads like it is a dark, murderous Sci Fi Pirates of the Caribbean with Captain Jack Sparrow and Dog the Bounty Hunter thrown in the story
  • A mix of "Firefly" and "Guardians of the Galaxy"

    By Jessica_iphone
    I liked the book. It reads like a movie, and has the same salty humor of "Firefly" and "Guardians of the Galaxy", but with more cussin'. It's not an easy read, for sure, and needs your complete attention, but after a while, it's really enjoyable and laugh out loud funny.
  • I wasn't sure at first.

    By Mech360
    I didn't get into it until the "First Interlude" chapter. The narrative use of big words, at first, broke the flow for me. Suddenly it became hilarious to me when narration spoke eloquently whilst a dumb character did something absurd. This story comes from a brilliant author, an incredible imagination, and invites you into a new galaxy.
  • Un-readable

    By Jaixin
    I was excited to try out this book. I thought it might be along the lines of Firefly. But as I started reading I began to encounter the spacer shorthand language as well as the cumbersome sentence structure and found it absolutely impossible to read through. It distracted from the story and made me wish the author would just stop using it. Then I realized that I could just stop reading it. Problem solved!
  • Just Not Worth the Time to Plod Through the Sentences

    By Major News
    Not going to address the ideas and characters, because the writing made it so difficult--I deleted the book a few dozen pages along: Apparently alliteration accentuates creative character construction, because sentences seem so sonorous, or something; the tortured technique is tremendously distracting here. Adjectives leadenly overpower ponderous sentences with unnecessarily-complicated convolutions, when simple and clear would have been better. A rewrite would be my suggestion, as I wanted to enjoy what seemed to offer unusual characters and story line.
  • Good book

    By Abc111213
    Once you start reading it you just can't put it down.

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