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Consider Pegasus (Starship Teapot #3) audiobook

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A secret unicorn, a desperate family, and a cop dead set on hunting them down.

Lem and the rag-tag gang of galactic adventurers on the starship Teapot are set to become roadies for the galaxy’s hottest band – but an urgent call from Bexley’s family means the rock stars will have to wait.

Bexley’s soon-to-be-born sibling has a big secret: wings. On planet Hwin, skeledivergence is outlawed, so the Teapot crew swoop in to help the family escape.

But their planet won’t let them go that easily. Hunted across the galaxy by a fanatical and eerily familiar cop, the Teapotters must find a way to outwit their pursuer and secure a future for skeledivergent people everywhere.

Dive into the next adventure in this satirical space opera series. Artfully intertwining deep themes with tongue-in-cheek humour and intergalactic ridiculousness, Consider Pegasus is a must-read for fans of Ryka Aoki’s Light from Uncommon Stars or TJ Berry’s Space Unicorn Blues.

If you'd prefer to buy from a traditional retailer, it's available now. Consider Pegasus is also available as a paperback and an ebook.

You will get a TXT (348B) file

How will my book be delivered?


Files will be delivered by BookFunnel. You will receive an audiobook you can listen to in either the BookFunnel app or in your browser. Alternatively, you can download the MP3s to listen to them in the app of your choosing.


Files will be delivered by BookFunnel. You will receive your choice of epub (suitable for most ereaders or devices), mobi (for Kindle), or PDF files (for reading in your browser).


Your book will be delivered direct from the printer, Bookvault. Shipping is free for customers in the UK and the US only. If your country doesn't come up as an option, please get in touch with me (info @ and I'll see what I can sort out.

Customer Reviews


Verified Buyer

7 months ago

Great story, excellent narration

The whole series has trans and disabled allegories, but they are more pronounced in this book. As with the other books, though, they are presented with humour and they don't get in the way of an excellent story.

I got angry more than once at certain characters, and got so upset at times that i had tears in my eyes. But I also laughed a lot, and that range of emotions is what I've loved most about this series.

Kay Eluvian's narration on the audiobook is top notch.