A beautiful and mysterious female passenger, a loony inventor with a basement full of deadly weapons, and a dangerous run-down teleporter built by a long-lost alien civilization are just some of the challenges facing Hal Spacejock as he fights for survival in the cut-throat interstellar cargo business. Incompetent Hal and his long-suffering metal sidekick, Clunk, are back with another round of interplanetary chaos.
There is a pilot named Spacejock
At flying he's a complete crock
He's such a spazz
A robot he has
To stop him from crashing in drydock
Bad limericks yes, I am sorry. Spacejock is just a bad limerick kind of guy, though.
The Spacejock books are remarkably consistent in tone and quality. All of them have been amusing, and all of them have had the same general feel throughout.
Hal, again, is useless unless he is making coffee or actually involved in bashing something.
In Second Course, Hal undercuts the head of a freight company for an important bank contract, and makes a deadly enemy.
Haynes then proceeds to lampoon plenty of things along the way, as the freight company head sends an immigrant in need of papers with the deadly combination of military and accounting training after Spacejock, to slow him down.
The bank contract neglects to point out the lawless and dangerous aspect of the destination.
Teleportation. Museums. Killer robots. Deadly dangerous Autochef concontions, and an AI briefcase.
Along with Clunk, you really don't need much more.
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