A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy

A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy

The greatest dangers hide the brightest treasures in this bold, planet-hopping science fiction adventure series. The crew of the legendary Capricious are rich enough to retire in comfort for the rest of their days, but none of it matters if the galaxy is still in danger. Nilah and Boots, the ship's newest crew-members hear the word of a mysterious cult that may have l The greatest dangers hide the brightest treasures in this bold, planet-hopping science fiction adventure series. ...

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Title:A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy
Author:Alex White
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Genres:Science Fiction
ISBN:B07BVPB56K
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:432 pages pages

A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy Reviews

  • John
    Dec 16, 2018

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

  • Christopher
    Dec 27, 2018

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

  • HeyT
    Feb 16, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

    A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy is such a fun, fast-paced adventure and I love the crew if the Capricious. In this instalment we follow Nilah, Boots and the crew as they traipse across the galaxy trying to track down The Children of the Singularity - a cult who believe that the Gods...

    The rag tag gang is at it again. With magic spells and up to date technology they go after a mysterious group intent on taking over the known galaxy. A rousing adventure well worth reading. Recommended series ...

    A follow-up to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe... was expecting something a little different to be honest. At least some background of the mysterious shadow group would have been nice. Instead, we get to tag along with a space cult - as per usual with cults, they have no idea wh...

    After gushing about how much I loved A Big Ship at the End of the Universe, I'm thrilled to say that A Bad Deal was the perfect follow-up and now I can gush endlessly about both books, while waiting impatiently for the third. It was the best sequel I could have asked for, furthering th...

    Loved every minute of it! ...

    Until every one of you is willing to stand up, we haven't gone far enough. So keep on betting your futures on a single, tiny starship crew. Take a load off and leave the rest to us .... Keep your damned medals. If my praise and adoration for A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe d...

    So this was a fun and fast read because as the second book in a trilogy the characters are familiar and comforting. I enjoyed this for what it is, the equivalent of a summer movie with lots of action sequences and things blowing up. It was great to see the whole crew reunited with some...

  • Will
    Jan 04, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

    A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy is such a fun, fast-paced adventure and I love the crew if the Capricious. In this instalment we follow Nilah, Boots and the crew as they traipse across the galaxy trying to track down The Children of the Singularity - a cult who believe that the Gods...

    The rag tag gang is at it again. With magic spells and up to date technology they go after a mysterious group intent on taking over the known galaxy. A rousing adventure well worth reading. Recommended series ...

    A follow-up to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe... was expecting something a little different to be honest. At least some background of the mysterious shadow group would have been nice. Instead, we get to tag along with a space cult - as per usual with cults, they have no idea wh...

    After gushing about how much I loved A Big Ship at the End of the Universe, I'm thrilled to say that A Bad Deal was the perfect follow-up and now I can gush endlessly about both books, while waiting impatiently for the third. It was the best sequel I could have asked for, furthering th...

    Loved every minute of it! ...

    Until every one of you is willing to stand up, we haven't gone far enough. So keep on betting your futures on a single, tiny starship crew. Take a load off and leave the rest to us .... Keep your damned medals. If my praise and adoration for A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe d...

    So this was a fun and fast read because as the second book in a trilogy the characters are familiar and comforting. I enjoyed this for what it is, the equivalent of a summer movie with lots of action sequences and things blowing up. It was great to see the whole crew reunited with some...

    A great followup to the first book, which was already quite lovely. Basically follows the original crew with new additions on their quest to try to deal with some of the fallout from the Harrow mission along with new contenders including a creepy new cult that has arisen. Like the firs...

    I loved the first book in the Salvagers series (A Big Ship At The End Of The Universe), prompting me to purchase the second book as soon as I finished ABSATEOTU. While I did enjoy the book, there was something missing: the feel of Firefly, which was a selling point of one review of the...

    Summary + Thoughts: This is a sequel to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe. It follows the crew as they go after another member of the conspiracy they uncovered in the first book. While the plot of the first book was a treasure-hunt, this one is a caper. One half of the team infilt...

    Fantastic sequel! Yet again fast paced, great imagination accompanied with beautiful prose! I love how every character is well fleshed out and likable. The antagonists are evil and creepy at times! The hardships and action is suspenseful and the groups dedication strong :D! ...

    Second book slump but still worth reading, let?s hope number three restores our faith in the series. ...

    What an amazing book! I love the crew of Capricious, every single one member is unique and hard not to like. In this installment we get even more adventure with battles, magic and a lot of badassery. ...

    This is one of those books where the action sequences deliver, and you can actually believe in the team. It reminds me a bunch of early Culture novels, only instead of force fields and minds, you have magic shields and contracts tying everything together, like in the Craft Sequence but...

  • Bunny
    Nov 14, 2018

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

    A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy is such a fun, fast-paced adventure and I love the crew if the Capricious. In this instalment we follow Nilah, Boots and the crew as they traipse across the galaxy trying to track down The Children of the Singularity - a cult who believe that the Gods...

    The rag tag gang is at it again. With magic spells and up to date technology they go after a mysterious group intent on taking over the known galaxy. A rousing adventure well worth reading. Recommended series ...

    A follow-up to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe... was expecting something a little different to be honest. At least some background of the mysterious shadow group would have been nice. Instead, we get to tag along with a space cult - as per usual with cults, they have no idea wh...

    After gushing about how much I loved A Big Ship at the End of the Universe, I'm thrilled to say that A Bad Deal was the perfect follow-up and now I can gush endlessly about both books, while waiting impatiently for the third. It was the best sequel I could have asked for, furthering th...

    Loved every minute of it! ...

    Until every one of you is willing to stand up, we haven't gone far enough. So keep on betting your futures on a single, tiny starship crew. Take a load off and leave the rest to us .... Keep your damned medals. If my praise and adoration for A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe d...

  • Suz
    Apr 28, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

  • Mili
    Jan 13, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

    A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy is such a fun, fast-paced adventure and I love the crew if the Capricious. In this instalment we follow Nilah, Boots and the crew as they traipse across the galaxy trying to track down The Children of the Singularity - a cult who believe that the Gods...

    The rag tag gang is at it again. With magic spells and up to date technology they go after a mysterious group intent on taking over the known galaxy. A rousing adventure well worth reading. Recommended series ...

    A follow-up to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe... was expecting something a little different to be honest. At least some background of the mysterious shadow group would have been nice. Instead, we get to tag along with a space cult - as per usual with cults, they have no idea wh...

    After gushing about how much I loved A Big Ship at the End of the Universe, I'm thrilled to say that A Bad Deal was the perfect follow-up and now I can gush endlessly about both books, while waiting impatiently for the third. It was the best sequel I could have asked for, furthering th...

    Loved every minute of it! ...

    Until every one of you is willing to stand up, we haven't gone far enough. So keep on betting your futures on a single, tiny starship crew. Take a load off and leave the rest to us .... Keep your damned medals. If my praise and adoration for A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe d...

    So this was a fun and fast read because as the second book in a trilogy the characters are familiar and comforting. I enjoyed this for what it is, the equivalent of a summer movie with lots of action sequences and things blowing up. It was great to see the whole crew reunited with some...

    A great followup to the first book, which was already quite lovely. Basically follows the original crew with new additions on their quest to try to deal with some of the fallout from the Harrow mission along with new contenders including a creepy new cult that has arisen. Like the firs...

    I loved the first book in the Salvagers series (A Big Ship At The End Of The Universe), prompting me to purchase the second book as soon as I finished ABSATEOTU. While I did enjoy the book, there was something missing: the feel of Firefly, which was a selling point of one review of the...

    Summary + Thoughts: This is a sequel to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe. It follows the crew as they go after another member of the conspiracy they uncovered in the first book. While the plot of the first book was a treasure-hunt, this one is a caper. One half of the team infilt...

    Fantastic sequel! Yet again fast paced, great imagination accompanied with beautiful prose! I love how every character is well fleshed out and likable. The antagonists are evil and creepy at times! The hardships and action is suspenseful and the groups dedication strong :D! ...

  • Stuart Nager
    Jan 08, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

    A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy is such a fun, fast-paced adventure and I love the crew if the Capricious. In this instalment we follow Nilah, Boots and the crew as they traipse across the galaxy trying to track down The Children of the Singularity - a cult who believe that the Gods...

    The rag tag gang is at it again. With magic spells and up to date technology they go after a mysterious group intent on taking over the known galaxy. A rousing adventure well worth reading. Recommended series ...

    A follow-up to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe... was expecting something a little different to be honest. At least some background of the mysterious shadow group would have been nice. Instead, we get to tag along with a space cult - as per usual with cults, they have no idea wh...

    After gushing about how much I loved A Big Ship at the End of the Universe, I'm thrilled to say that A Bad Deal was the perfect follow-up and now I can gush endlessly about both books, while waiting impatiently for the third. It was the best sequel I could have asked for, furthering th...

    Loved every minute of it! ...

    Until every one of you is willing to stand up, we haven't gone far enough. So keep on betting your futures on a single, tiny starship crew. Take a load off and leave the rest to us .... Keep your damned medals. If my praise and adoration for A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe d...

    So this was a fun and fast read because as the second book in a trilogy the characters are familiar and comforting. I enjoyed this for what it is, the equivalent of a summer movie with lots of action sequences and things blowing up. It was great to see the whole crew reunited with some...

    A great followup to the first book, which was already quite lovely. Basically follows the original crew with new additions on their quest to try to deal with some of the fallout from the Harrow mission along with new contenders including a creepy new cult that has arisen. Like the firs...

    I loved the first book in the Salvagers series (A Big Ship At The End Of The Universe), prompting me to purchase the second book as soon as I finished ABSATEOTU. While I did enjoy the book, there was something missing: the feel of Firefly, which was a selling point of one review of the...

  • Sana
    Feb 01, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

  • Fred Hughes
    May 25, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

    A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy is such a fun, fast-paced adventure and I love the crew if the Capricious. In this instalment we follow Nilah, Boots and the crew as they traipse across the galaxy trying to track down The Children of the Singularity - a cult who believe that the Gods...

    The rag tag gang is at it again. With magic spells and up to date technology they go after a mysterious group intent on taking over the known galaxy. A rousing adventure well worth reading. Recommended series ...

  • Chris
    Apr 02, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

    A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy is such a fun, fast-paced adventure and I love the crew if the Capricious. In this instalment we follow Nilah, Boots and the crew as they traipse across the galaxy trying to track down The Children of the Singularity - a cult who believe that the Gods...

    The rag tag gang is at it again. With magic spells and up to date technology they go after a mysterious group intent on taking over the known galaxy. A rousing adventure well worth reading. Recommended series ...

    A follow-up to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe... was expecting something a little different to be honest. At least some background of the mysterious shadow group would have been nice. Instead, we get to tag along with a space cult - as per usual with cults, they have no idea wh...

    After gushing about how much I loved A Big Ship at the End of the Universe, I'm thrilled to say that A Bad Deal was the perfect follow-up and now I can gush endlessly about both books, while waiting impatiently for the third. It was the best sequel I could have asked for, furthering th...

    Loved every minute of it! ...

    Until every one of you is willing to stand up, we haven't gone far enough. So keep on betting your futures on a single, tiny starship crew. Take a load off and leave the rest to us .... Keep your damned medals. If my praise and adoration for A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe d...

    So this was a fun and fast read because as the second book in a trilogy the characters are familiar and comforting. I enjoyed this for what it is, the equivalent of a summer movie with lots of action sequences and things blowing up. It was great to see the whole crew reunited with some...

    A great followup to the first book, which was already quite lovely. Basically follows the original crew with new additions on their quest to try to deal with some of the fallout from the Harrow mission along with new contenders including a creepy new cult that has arisen. Like the firs...

    I loved the first book in the Salvagers series (A Big Ship At The End Of The Universe), prompting me to purchase the second book as soon as I finished ABSATEOTU. While I did enjoy the book, there was something missing: the feel of Firefly, which was a selling point of one review of the...

    Summary + Thoughts: This is a sequel to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe. It follows the crew as they go after another member of the conspiracy they uncovered in the first book. While the plot of the first book was a treasure-hunt, this one is a caper. One half of the team infilt...

    Fantastic sequel! Yet again fast paced, great imagination accompanied with beautiful prose! I love how every character is well fleshed out and likable. The antagonists are evil and creepy at times! The hardships and action is suspenseful and the groups dedication strong :D! ...

    Second book slump but still worth reading, let?s hope number three restores our faith in the series. ...

    What an amazing book! I love the crew of Capricious, every single one member is unique and hard not to like. In this installment we get even more adventure with battles, magic and a lot of badassery. ...

    This is one of those books where the action sequences deliver, and you can actually believe in the team. It reminds me a bunch of early Culture novels, only instead of force fields and minds, you have magic shields and contracts tying everything together, like in the Craft Sequence but...

    It's a YA space sci-fi fantasy book with people who do magic and speak in mediocre dialog. The book didn't do much for me and I found myself looking forward to finally being done with it. ...

  • Hannah
    Mar 07, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

  • Caitlin
    Jan 14, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

    A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy is such a fun, fast-paced adventure and I love the crew if the Capricious. In this instalment we follow Nilah, Boots and the crew as they traipse across the galaxy trying to track down The Children of the Singularity - a cult who believe that the Gods...

    The rag tag gang is at it again. With magic spells and up to date technology they go after a mysterious group intent on taking over the known galaxy. A rousing adventure well worth reading. Recommended series ...

    A follow-up to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe... was expecting something a little different to be honest. At least some background of the mysterious shadow group would have been nice. Instead, we get to tag along with a space cult - as per usual with cults, they have no idea wh...

    After gushing about how much I loved A Big Ship at the End of the Universe, I'm thrilled to say that A Bad Deal was the perfect follow-up and now I can gush endlessly about both books, while waiting impatiently for the third. It was the best sequel I could have asked for, furthering th...

  • Rana
    Jan 06, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

  • John
    Dec 13, 2018

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

  • Jes Reads
    Nov 19, 2018

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

  • Holly (The Grimdragon)
    Dec 08, 2018

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

  • Jon Adams
    Dec 19, 2018

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

  • Jessica DiFelice (thefanaticreader)
    Mar 09, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

    A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy is such a fun, fast-paced adventure and I love the crew if the Capricious. In this instalment we follow Nilah, Boots and the crew as they traipse across the galaxy trying to track down The Children of the Singularity - a cult who believe that the Gods...

  • Queen
    Jan 14, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

  • Andrew
    Jan 19, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

    A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy is such a fun, fast-paced adventure and I love the crew if the Capricious. In this instalment we follow Nilah, Boots and the crew as they traipse across the galaxy trying to track down The Children of the Singularity - a cult who believe that the Gods...

    The rag tag gang is at it again. With magic spells and up to date technology they go after a mysterious group intent on taking over the known galaxy. A rousing adventure well worth reading. Recommended series ...

    A follow-up to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe... was expecting something a little different to be honest. At least some background of the mysterious shadow group would have been nice. Instead, we get to tag along with a space cult - as per usual with cults, they have no idea wh...

  • Marc *Dark Reader of the Woods*
    May 29, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

  • Eric
    Jan 13, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

    A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy is such a fun, fast-paced adventure and I love the crew if the Capricious. In this instalment we follow Nilah, Boots and the crew as they traipse across the galaxy trying to track down The Children of the Singularity - a cult who believe that the Gods...

    The rag tag gang is at it again. With magic spells and up to date technology they go after a mysterious group intent on taking over the known galaxy. A rousing adventure well worth reading. Recommended series ...

    A follow-up to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe... was expecting something a little different to be honest. At least some background of the mysterious shadow group would have been nice. Instead, we get to tag along with a space cult - as per usual with cults, they have no idea wh...

    After gushing about how much I loved A Big Ship at the End of the Universe, I'm thrilled to say that A Bad Deal was the perfect follow-up and now I can gush endlessly about both books, while waiting impatiently for the third. It was the best sequel I could have asked for, furthering th...

    Loved every minute of it! ...

    Until every one of you is willing to stand up, we haven't gone far enough. So keep on betting your futures on a single, tiny starship crew. Take a load off and leave the rest to us .... Keep your damned medals. If my praise and adoration for A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe d...

    So this was a fun and fast read because as the second book in a trilogy the characters are familiar and comforting. I enjoyed this for what it is, the equivalent of a summer movie with lots of action sequences and things blowing up. It was great to see the whole crew reunited with some...

    A great followup to the first book, which was already quite lovely. Basically follows the original crew with new additions on their quest to try to deal with some of the fallout from the Harrow mission along with new contenders including a creepy new cult that has arisen. Like the firs...

  • Roy
    May 20, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

  • Joan
    Jan 12, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

    A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy is such a fun, fast-paced adventure and I love the crew if the Capricious. In this instalment we follow Nilah, Boots and the crew as they traipse across the galaxy trying to track down The Children of the Singularity - a cult who believe that the Gods...

    The rag tag gang is at it again. With magic spells and up to date technology they go after a mysterious group intent on taking over the known galaxy. A rousing adventure well worth reading. Recommended series ...

    A follow-up to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe... was expecting something a little different to be honest. At least some background of the mysterious shadow group would have been nice. Instead, we get to tag along with a space cult - as per usual with cults, they have no idea wh...

    After gushing about how much I loved A Big Ship at the End of the Universe, I'm thrilled to say that A Bad Deal was the perfect follow-up and now I can gush endlessly about both books, while waiting impatiently for the third. It was the best sequel I could have asked for, furthering th...

    Loved every minute of it! ...

    Until every one of you is willing to stand up, we haven't gone far enough. So keep on betting your futures on a single, tiny starship crew. Take a load off and leave the rest to us .... Keep your damned medals. If my praise and adoration for A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe d...

    So this was a fun and fast read because as the second book in a trilogy the characters are familiar and comforting. I enjoyed this for what it is, the equivalent of a summer movie with lots of action sequences and things blowing up. It was great to see the whole crew reunited with some...

    A great followup to the first book, which was already quite lovely. Basically follows the original crew with new additions on their quest to try to deal with some of the fallout from the Harrow mission along with new contenders including a creepy new cult that has arisen. Like the firs...

    I loved the first book in the Salvagers series (A Big Ship At The End Of The Universe), prompting me to purchase the second book as soon as I finished ABSATEOTU. While I did enjoy the book, there was something missing: the feel of Firefly, which was a selling point of one review of the...

    Summary + Thoughts: This is a sequel to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe. It follows the crew as they go after another member of the conspiracy they uncovered in the first book. While the plot of the first book was a treasure-hunt, this one is a caper. One half of the team infilt...

    Fantastic sequel! Yet again fast paced, great imagination accompanied with beautiful prose! I love how every character is well fleshed out and likable. The antagonists are evil and creepy at times! The hardships and action is suspenseful and the groups dedication strong :D! ...

    Second book slump but still worth reading, let?s hope number three restores our faith in the series. ...

  • Vigasia
    Jan 09, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

    A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy is such a fun, fast-paced adventure and I love the crew if the Capricious. In this instalment we follow Nilah, Boots and the crew as they traipse across the galaxy trying to track down The Children of the Singularity - a cult who believe that the Gods...

    The rag tag gang is at it again. With magic spells and up to date technology they go after a mysterious group intent on taking over the known galaxy. A rousing adventure well worth reading. Recommended series ...

    A follow-up to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe... was expecting something a little different to be honest. At least some background of the mysterious shadow group would have been nice. Instead, we get to tag along with a space cult - as per usual with cults, they have no idea wh...

    After gushing about how much I loved A Big Ship at the End of the Universe, I'm thrilled to say that A Bad Deal was the perfect follow-up and now I can gush endlessly about both books, while waiting impatiently for the third. It was the best sequel I could have asked for, furthering th...

    Loved every minute of it! ...

    Until every one of you is willing to stand up, we haven't gone far enough. So keep on betting your futures on a single, tiny starship crew. Take a load off and leave the rest to us .... Keep your damned medals. If my praise and adoration for A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe d...

    So this was a fun and fast read because as the second book in a trilogy the characters are familiar and comforting. I enjoyed this for what it is, the equivalent of a summer movie with lots of action sequences and things blowing up. It was great to see the whole crew reunited with some...

    A great followup to the first book, which was already quite lovely. Basically follows the original crew with new additions on their quest to try to deal with some of the fallout from the Harrow mission along with new contenders including a creepy new cult that has arisen. Like the firs...

    I loved the first book in the Salvagers series (A Big Ship At The End Of The Universe), prompting me to purchase the second book as soon as I finished ABSATEOTU. While I did enjoy the book, there was something missing: the feel of Firefly, which was a selling point of one review of the...

    Summary + Thoughts: This is a sequel to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe. It follows the crew as they go after another member of the conspiracy they uncovered in the first book. While the plot of the first book was a treasure-hunt, this one is a caper. One half of the team infilt...

    Fantastic sequel! Yet again fast paced, great imagination accompanied with beautiful prose! I love how every character is well fleshed out and likable. The antagonists are evil and creepy at times! The hardships and action is suspenseful and the groups dedication strong :D! ...

    Second book slump but still worth reading, let?s hope number three restores our faith in the series. ...

    What an amazing book! I love the crew of Capricious, every single one member is unique and hard not to like. In this installment we get even more adventure with battles, magic and a lot of badassery. ...

  • Delara
    Dec 21, 2018

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

  • The Nerd Book Review
    Dec 02, 2018

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

  • EscapistBookReviews
    Jan 04, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

    A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy is such a fun, fast-paced adventure and I love the crew if the Capricious. In this instalment we follow Nilah, Boots and the crew as they traipse across the galaxy trying to track down The Children of the Singularity - a cult who believe that the Gods...

    The rag tag gang is at it again. With magic spells and up to date technology they go after a mysterious group intent on taking over the known galaxy. A rousing adventure well worth reading. Recommended series ...

    A follow-up to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe... was expecting something a little different to be honest. At least some background of the mysterious shadow group would have been nice. Instead, we get to tag along with a space cult - as per usual with cults, they have no idea wh...

    After gushing about how much I loved A Big Ship at the End of the Universe, I'm thrilled to say that A Bad Deal was the perfect follow-up and now I can gush endlessly about both books, while waiting impatiently for the third. It was the best sequel I could have asked for, furthering th...

    Loved every minute of it! ...

    Until every one of you is willing to stand up, we haven't gone far enough. So keep on betting your futures on a single, tiny starship crew. Take a load off and leave the rest to us .... Keep your damned medals. If my praise and adoration for A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe d...

    So this was a fun and fast read because as the second book in a trilogy the characters are familiar and comforting. I enjoyed this for what it is, the equivalent of a summer movie with lots of action sequences and things blowing up. It was great to see the whole crew reunited with some...

    A great followup to the first book, which was already quite lovely. Basically follows the original crew with new additions on their quest to try to deal with some of the fallout from the Harrow mission along with new contenders including a creepy new cult that has arisen. Like the firs...

    I loved the first book in the Salvagers series (A Big Ship At The End Of The Universe), prompting me to purchase the second book as soon as I finished ABSATEOTU. While I did enjoy the book, there was something missing: the feel of Firefly, which was a selling point of one review of the...

    Summary + Thoughts: This is a sequel to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe. It follows the crew as they go after another member of the conspiracy they uncovered in the first book. While the plot of the first book was a treasure-hunt, this one is a caper. One half of the team infilt...

  • Jared Patrick
    May 11, 2019

    There is absolutely no way that I could give this book any less than five stars. If you're an avid watcher of my Youtube channel you got to watch me experience and fall head over heels in love with A big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (the first volume to this series) by author Alex ...

    Alright 4.5. I almost gave this book a 4* because it suffers from being the 2nd book in a series where the first book is one of my favorite books of the year. The book starts off a bit slow and unfortunately follows the traditional path of explaining the back story as the novel unfolds...

    4.5 stars~ "It swung a claw at her, arms extending like a bullwhip crack, and Nilah leapt off one of the shelves to get clear. Her calf muscle seared with pain as knifelike claws grazed her skin, tearing her pant leg. She landed hard, but soundly, and dashed off after Boots and Aish...

    More ?Firefly? meets Jack Vance?s ?Demon Princes? series, with nonstop action and wow, a LOT of explosions and gruesome injuries. One character says it all: ?With all the stupid crap we do, it?s amazing we made it this far.? I do wish that the author would stop kill...

    I know it took me a long time to read this, but don't let that sway you about my review. I loved the first book in this series and the second doesn't suffer from a sophomore slump at all. The slowness with which I consumed this story is entirely about the state of my life while consumi...

    Excellent follow-up and I can't wait for the next one. ...

    Just feels like a rehash of the first book. These are getting some amazing reviews but something just feels off for me. Not sure if its the magic and scifi link. ...

    A thrilling sequel to my favorite sci-fi read of the year. Which makes Bad Deal another favorite sci-fi of the year. I will have more words to add to this later, but for now, all I can say is: READ THIS BOOK! That is all. ...

    The second book in Alex White's The Salvagers series lacks a bit of the, well, magic of the first--we already know the characters and the world, so there's less of a sense of discovery in this one--but makes up for it with a tighter plot with a well-defined antagonist who's less nebulo...

    Another fantastic adventure, loved every word. Such a brilliant, colourful universe. Loved the scale of the battles, all great, bring on book 2 ...

    So fucking good. ...

    I adore the first book in this series. Here's a relevant part of my review for it: "Fast and furious, we get space battles, planet battles, magic battles, fisticuffs, and more. I devoured all the breakneck action scenes. Another note of interest is that this book mixes a sci-fi space s...

    Thrilling! With confident writing, White crafts screen-ready multi-stage action scenes that feel like the best Star Wars film sequences at times. His magic-heavy universe and rag-tag rebel space crew are all set up from the prior book, so everything is ready to launch at the outset. Th...

    'I'm not putting love handles on my killbot.' EXCUSE ME, WHO ALLOWED THIS BOOK TO BE AS FANTASTIC AS IT IS?! There's basically non-stop action in this, which is almost a given for this series and I just love how deep everything goes and THE STAKES KEEP GETTING HIGH. I especially...

    This book was a whole lot of amazing, even more than the first one! We come in right in the middle of it all, a year or so later, with old favorites and a few new characters. But never once does the plot make you feel lost. It feels like you've tuned in at the perfect time to sit down ...

    A Bad Deal for the Whole Galaxy is such a fun, fast-paced adventure and I love the crew if the Capricious. In this instalment we follow Nilah, Boots and the crew as they traipse across the galaxy trying to track down The Children of the Singularity - a cult who believe that the Gods...

    The rag tag gang is at it again. With magic spells and up to date technology they go after a mysterious group intent on taking over the known galaxy. A rousing adventure well worth reading. Recommended series ...

    A follow-up to A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe... was expecting something a little different to be honest. At least some background of the mysterious shadow group would have been nice. Instead, we get to tag along with a space cult - as per usual with cults, they have no idea wh...

    After gushing about how much I loved A Big Ship at the End of the Universe, I'm thrilled to say that A Bad Deal was the perfect follow-up and now I can gush endlessly about both books, while waiting impatiently for the third. It was the best sequel I could have asked for, furthering th...

    Loved every minute of it! ...