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Starship: Mutiny - Mike Resnick
Starship: Mutiny
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The starship Theodore Roosevelt is fighting on the far outskirts of a galactic war, its crew made up of retreads and raw recruits. A new first officer reports, Wilson Cole, a man with a reputation for exceeding his orders (but getting results). He's been banished to the Teddy R for his actions,... show more
The starship Theodore Roosevelt is fighting on the far outskirts of a galactic war, its crew made up of retreads and raw recruits. A new first officer reports, Wilson Cole, a man with a reputation for exceeding his orders (but getting results). He's been banished to the Teddy R for his actions, but once there, he again ignores his orders.
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ASIN: B002OB5ICS
Series: Starship (#1)
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IntheZone
IntheZone rated it
3.0 Starship: Mutiny
A decent story but nothing to write home about. This one is not breaking any new ground that I could illicit from reading but it did have some enjoyable characters and is not short on action. Still undecided on continuing further in this series.3 stars for a decent story.
IntheZone
IntheZone rated it
3.0 Starship: Mutiny
A decent story but nothing to write home about. This one is not breaking any new ground that I could illicit from reading but it did have some enjoyable characters and is not short on action. Still undecided on continuing further in this series.3 stars for a decent story.
karagath
karagath rated it
1.0 Starship: Mutiny (Starship, Book 1) (Bk. 1)
Read about half then I wished so hard for the main character to die that I had to stop. The idea of the book is cool, the main character is awful - he is apparently the only one (including the reader) who has a brain so he has to explain everything in excruciating detail every time he or anyone else...
Bookstooge's Reviews On the Road
Bookstooge's Reviews On the Road rated it
3.0 Mutiny (Starship #1)
A good yarn about a good man driven to the extremes by the complete incompetence of his superiors. I gave a 'hurrah!' when he commissioned a Jolly Roger flag at the end
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