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Green Light Delivery #2020

Green Light Delivery Webrid is a carter like his mother and grandfather before him It s not glamorous work but it mostly pays the bills and it gives him time to ogle the sexy women on the streets of Bexilla s capital M

  • Title: Green Light Delivery
  • Author: Anne E. Johnson
  • ISBN: 9781936460281
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Paperback
  • Green Light Delivery By Anne E. Johnson, Webrid is a carter, like his mother and grandfather before him It s not glamorous work, but it mostly pays the bills, and it gives him time to ogle the sexy women on the streets of Bexilla s capital Mostly, he buys and sells small goods and does the occasional transport run for a client.Then he gets mugged by a robot.Now, with a strange green laser implanted in his skullWebrid is a carter, like his mother and grandfather before him It s not glamorous work, but it mostly pays the bills, and it gives him time to ogle the sexy women on the streets of Bexilla s capital Mostly, he buys and sells small goods and does the occasional transport run for a client.Then he gets mugged by a robot.Now, with a strange green laser implanted in his skull and a small fortune deposited in his bank account, Webrid has to make the most difficult delivery of his life He doesn t know who his client is, or what he s carrying, but he knows that a whole lot of very dangerous people are extremely interested in what s in his head Literally And they ll do whatever it takes to get it.With the help of some truly alien friends, a simple carter will journey across worlds to deliver his cargo And hopefully keep his head in the process Green Light Delivery is a fascinating, fresh take on sci fi that pairs the nonstop action and intrigue of Raymond Chandler s noir novels with a completely alien setting, spanning worlds and introducing us to creatures with a hundred ears, poisonous bones, or radial symmetry instead of bilateral It s full of adventure and humour, and will satisfy anyone looking for a space opera that s a little out there.

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    1. I won Green Light Delivery by Anne E Johnson in a giveaway for free on First Reads I was not too sure I would like this book, but I found myself captured right away with these creatures descriptions from the very beginning I rated the book five stars I found myself wanting to know and about Webrid s journey In the end I was happy with the book the ending was a bit different than I was expecting It was light hearted I would recommend this book to everyone looking for a fun light summer read Ann [...]

    2. I don t know if this was the intent but this felt like a good version of those adult muppets on the first season of SNL I imagined all the characters as Jim Henson designed creatures, and because of that, the drama, the turns of phrase, and the references ended up making perfect sense It s a mystery adventure starring monsters, though so how could you not like it

    3. Ganpril Webrid is an improbable hero, easily distracted by food, alcohol, females, and his own erratic thought processes, but he s got street smarts and professional pride When an unknown client virtually compels Webrid to make the most important delivery of his career, he embraces his interplanetary mission and immediately gets into trouble Green Light Delivery chronicles Webrid s continuing misadventures as he and a growing crew of allies travel from Bexilla to Cheed, beset by enemies on all s [...]

    4. Fantasy Review BarnBook AbandonedStopping Point 25%Reason for abandonment The book flat out wasn t working for me Aliens in name only despite describing how different they all looked the aliens were completely human, right down to using English acronyms like SOB when cussing The plot was very disjointed the main character was bounced all over the place and escaped from the most inept captives possible a couple of times.Main character was unlikeable he was either lusting after every female in the [...]

    5. I really enjoyed Ganpril Webrid s adventure when a green laser is implanted in his forehead, humble carter Webrid goes on a journey from his home on Bexilla to the planet Cheed, with several strange and unusual friends of different races, to fulfill what he sees as his contract to cart the laser to its destination Along the way, their lives are threatened several times by various baddies, but they manage to escape to continue on their journey The story finally comes to a rousing conclusion with [...]

    6. This is a fun and interesting book to read The main character, Webrid, is an ordinary guy on a planet in an alternate universe He is going about his business, and a green laser is implanted in this forehead by a robot He doewsn t know what it is or why this has happened to him He soon realizes that this laser is of value to someone because various people are trying to do him harm to get hit His friends help him through danger, interplanetary travel, and the solving of the mystery who is after th [...]

    7. I bought this book as my high school classmate is the author I wasn t sure what to expect, but I was very pleasantly surprised The story was fun, well written and only mildly preachy I really dug the fun alien characters and I could really envision the worlds in which the story was set Great job, Anne Glad to see a fellow BDHS grad doing something so awesome.

    8. A really fun, enjoyable space opera, the writing reminded me often of Douglas Adams but with a slightly faster paced whimsy and amazing, fantastical alien species That s one thing I definitely can t overstate here, Anne E Johnson has done a huge service to fiction by exploring alien species that are incredibly unique and different in each race We have rolling faces surrounded by a hundred arms, we have skinless, athletic beauties, avians, and small furry creatures and none of them have to be pa [...]

    9. Outlandish, Well Constructed, and FunFirst off, this is a well constructed mystery thriller action novel An everyman is handed a parcel and he has to deliver its unknown contents to an unknown recipient in a strange and unfamiliar place, while being pursued by numerous bad guys and while torn by doubts about whom to trust and whom to avoid It sounds like a classic Hitchcock plot or the premise of any of a number of movies or popular novels The writing is tight and the narrative has a strong forw [...]

    10. It s a little refreshing to have a hero who isn t handsome or angst ridden, or even vaguely dissatisfied with his lot in life Webrid Ganprildefinitely fits this description.Told from Wegrid s point of view, this is a witty narrative Its sharp retorts, comical situations, and zany characters from Wegrid himself to the many armed, sun ray like Zatell make it laugh out loud hilarious in spots, as do the far away places of Cheed, Bexilla and the Raralt Circle and the strange sounding names of geffir [...]

    11. I love this book it takes the reluctant hero trope, drops it into alien worlds with alien aliens, and adds a little extra I just want to go home , universe be damned Shaken, not stirred.Webrid is such a believable every critter, endearingly cranky, not unlike some endearingly grouchy people in my own real life His friends well, the plural comes later into the narrative are just as well written, reacting with exasperation and or providing butt kicking where needed.

    12. My goodness this book took me a looooooong time to come to terms with Flashes of funny, patches of pathos But just way too many strange beings and unexplained terms and patchy prose I warmed to it, and I enjoyed it in the end, but it was a bit like reading tech manual Asian English for a while You know, to assembly, insert toggle g into trough l and mangle agitatedly

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