Bill, the Galactic Hero: On the Planet of Tasteless

Bill, the Galactic Hero: On the Planet of Tasteless

Bill, the Galactic Hero: On the Planet of Tasteless Pleasure [Ebook] ➨ Bill, the Galactic Hero: On the Planet of Tasteless Pleasure By Harry Harrison – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk He's the perfect Spaceship Trooper big strong and completely brainwashed He's the perfect hero willing to do almost anything to save his own neck perhaps one of the only body parts that's still his ow He's the perfect Galactic Hero: ePUB ´ Spaceship Trooper big strong and completely brainwashed He's the perfect hero willing to do almost anything to save his own neck perhaps one of the only body parts that's still his ownBill is in the hospital vainly hoping for a real foot to replace the satyr's foot he's Bill, the PDF/EPUB or been lumbered with Not that he has anything against satyrs at least not until one grabs him by the foot and pulls him under the ocean into a world of unspeakable and endless pleasuresRoaming this dimension of primordial desires Bill faces dragons and gunslingers for the sake of true love and a the Galactic Hero: Epub Û really good beer.


7 thoughts on “Bill, the Galactic Hero: On the Planet of Tasteless Pleasure

  1. Xabi1990 Xabi1990 says:

    710 Media de los 17 libros ue he leído del autor 710Ciencia ficción de humor exagerado donde Bill es una parodia de todos los heroes super cachas ue hayan podido existirExagerado esperpéntico semiabsurdo un humor bestia con el ue no dejas de sonreir si te lo tomas tan a broma como lo ha hecho su autor al escribirloHay una serie de creo 7 libros pero son independientes se pueden leer por separado El comentario vale para todos ellosYo empezaría a leerlo y si no te gusta este humor pues lo dejas y en paz


  2. Zane Zane says:

    Too disjointed Characters are thrust into so many different situations haphazardly with minimal threads tying them together Their adventures also get interrupted by stories of other characters further disturbing the flow It makes reading tedious and I was almost ready to throw in the towel when we got the the Wild West portion of the story in the last 30 pages The humour didn't do anything for me except for one tongue in cheek pretentiousness parody involving Beat poet references so there's little here for me to like


  3. Joshua Mcdonald Joshua Mcdonald says:

    Took me over a week to read this steamy pile Took time out of the story to have the hero read chapters of other books never the same one that were barely legible It was clearly meant to be funny you can see where you are expected to laugh you just dont It's like when a drunk 4 year old tried to tell you a joke but you dont feel compelled to laugh out of politeness


  4. Steven Cooke Steven Cooke says:

    Despite many satirical referrals to other SciFi authors which also reuire an extensive personal history of fandom the jokes weren't very good The story was passable but wouldn't have encouraged reading the series if it was the first book


  5. Hubcon Hubcon says:

    I don't know what drugs the authors were taking when they wrote this book to produce this weird crap Gave up after a few chapters as it got further from reality I was expecting to find it funny but was only amused once


  6. Rosalind Hartmann Rosalind Hartmann says:

    More hilarious Harry Harrison sci fi adventures The reluctant soldier with two left arms


  7. Iain Iain says:

    I have to admit that I nearly gave up on this one incoherent unfunny and poor


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7 thoughts on “Bill, the Galactic Hero: On the Planet of Tasteless Pleasure

  1. Xabi1990 Xabi1990 says:

    710 Media de los 17 libros ue he leído del autor 710Ciencia ficción de humor exagerado donde Bill es una parodia de todos los heroes super cachas ue hayan podido existirExagerado esperpéntico semiabsurdo un humor bestia con el ue no dejas de sonreir si te lo tomas tan a broma como lo ha hecho su autor al escribirloHay una serie de creo 7 libros pero son independientes se pueden leer por separado El comentario vale para todos ellosYo empezaría a leerlo y si no te gusta este humor pues lo dejas y en paz

  2. Zane Zane says:

    Too disjointed Characters are thrust into so many different situations haphazardly with minimal threads tying them together Their adventures also get interrupted by stories of other characters further disturbing the flow It makes reading tedious and I was almost ready to throw in the towel when we got the the Wild West portion of the story in the last 30 pages The humour didn't do anything for me except for one tongue in cheek pretentiousness parody involving Beat poet references so there's little here for me to like

  3. Joshua Mcdonald Joshua Mcdonald says:

    Took me over a week to read this steamy pile Took time out of the story to have the hero read chapters of other books never the same one that were barely legible It was clearly meant to be funny you can see where you are expected to laugh you just dont It's like when a drunk 4 year old tried to tell you a joke but you dont feel compelled to laugh out of politeness

  4. Steven Cooke Steven Cooke says:

    Despite many satirical referrals to other SciFi authors which also reuire an extensive personal history of fandom the jokes weren't very good The story was passable but wouldn't have encouraged reading the series if it was the first book

  5. Hubcon Hubcon says:

    I don't know what drugs the authors were taking when they wrote this book to produce this weird crap Gave up after a few chapters as it got further from reality I was expecting to find it funny but was only amused once

  6. Rosalind Hartmann Rosalind Hartmann says:

    More hilarious Harry Harrison sci fi adventures The reluctant soldier with two left arms

  7. Iain Iain says:

    I have to admit that I nearly gave up on this one incoherent unfunny and poor

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