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Judgement Dave (Starship Teapot #2) ebook

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This time, the universe puts the cat in catastrophe…

Lem is adapting to her new home aboard a strange spaceship in an even stranger universe, where the misfit crew of the Teapot have more than enough trouble on their hands running their interplanetary charter service. But when they accept an urgent assignment, they have just one week to save a race of cat-people from certain destruction. 

Stuck with a disaster-platypus of a project manager and a population seemingly determined to thwart their own rescue, the Teapotters face the impossible job of herding cats and evacuating the planet before it’s blown to smithereens.

Can Lem and the gang avert disaster and save this race of infuriating cat-people? 

Perfect for fans of wacky and imaginative sci-fi stories, this satirical space opera is a ridiculous adventure that will delight readers of John Scalzi’s take on Fuzzy Nation or TJ Berry’s Space Unicorn Blues.

Judgement Dave is also available as a paperback and an audiobook.
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Customer Reviews

Jan O.

Verified Buyer

1 year ago

How do you feel about cats?

"Herding cats" is referred to several times in "Judgement Dave", and very aptly. Lem, Spock, Bexley, Aurora, BB and Henry find themselves on a mission to get inhabitants to safety before a meteor strikes the planet. The inhabitants who hired them, however, behave in ways that help you understand where the cat phrase comes from.
I love the characters. I love the story line. I love reading our current experiences into the story of a team of all types of species and bodily forms and gender and no gender and differing types of mobility and language. All extremely lovable while also fully themselves.
I can't wait to continue the adventures of the pink teapot and its denizens.