Agent to the Stars
Hard Cover First Edition Very Fine in Very Fine jacket Limited/Numbered. Signed by Author Hardcover and limited edition. Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. One of 1, 500 signed and numbered copies. Signed by John Scalzi on the limitation page. No. 967 of 1, 500 numbered copies. First... show more
Hard Cover First Edition Very Fine in Very Fine jacket Limited/Numbered. Signed by Author Hardcover and limited edition. Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. One of 1, 500 signed and numbered copies. Signed by John Scalzi on the limitation page. No. 967 of 1, 500 numbered copies. First hardcover edition and first edition in print. Prior to this Subterranean Press edition this novel was only available from Scalzi's website.
Publish date: August 1st 2005
Publisher: Subterranean Press
Pages no: 280
Edition language: English
I don't want to give away anything about this story away-I think everyone should go into it as blindly as I did. I thought this book was hilarious and fun, while also providing a little social commentary regarding the civil rights movement and the Holocaust, among other things. I listened to the...
Agent to the Stars was absolutely fabulous! Scalzi has been on my to-read list for ages, but I just never got around to it. So, when the audio of this book popped up on my Audible recommendations, I snagged it without a second thought. It wasn't until I sat to listen to it that I realized that Wil W...
Old Man's War is a great read. The whole series is pretty good, in fact. For that matter, the whole series is excellent, and worth reading for anyone who likes a good science fiction adventure story. Agent to the Stars is written by the same guy who wrote Old Man's War (as you can see from the co...
I've come to expect certain things of a John Scalzi novel, and thanks to that, I'm tempted to pick up any of his books pretty much sight unseen. When I saw "Agent to the Stars" on a shelf in my local library on my last visit, I just grabbed it the way you might toss a bag of candy on the conveyer be...
4*s for being totally fun. Yes, the plot veers off in an odd direction and sudden deep philosophical questions are being thrown around but still. The entertainment doesn't let up for long and with excellent narration by Will Wheaton the book is still a tremendously fun listen.