Three simmering planets, two cocky spacemen and one huge mess: Just Desserts, for your pleasure.
80,000 words (340-350 paperback pages), British spelling.
What they’re saying:
"I read it at a sitting and couldn't put it down. The relationship between Hal and Clunk has matured into a smooth, polished, very satisfying double act. My compliments to the chef" - Tom Holt
"One touch that I especially liked in this book was the subtle nod (or rather kick in the nether regions) Haynes gave to films such as Star Wars, TV programmes like Doctor Who and Minder, and a whole host of others that I'm sure I missed too. These insertions showed a comedy writer who is very aware of just how much he can play with certain elements and aspects of the genre and they were played out beautifully in this one" - Australian SpecFic in Focus
"Simon Haynes continues to deliver action-packed, laugh-out-loud science fiction that hooks you in for a tongue-in-cheek, knockdown and drag 'em out ride!" - Australian SpecFic in Focus
"The satire is great, the plot oddities continue to fascinate ... Simon Haynes wants to write fifteen Hal Spacejock books. We are happily waiting" - Fiction Focus
"Just as well devised, and proficiently written as its predecessors . . . Mr Haynes is that rare thing--a writer who not only composes great science fiction, but has fun with it too." --AntipodeanSF