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A Stitch In Time

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Comic SF Novel
(Willaby is a pen name for Martin Willoughby. He uses this name when writing comic works)

There are three main characters, Alan Radford, Mae Clarke and Carla Neill. They have only met for a few hours so Carla could conceive Mae using Alan's sperm, although Alan and Carla were asleep at the time.

The two villains are Furteen, a Dagon ship commander who is tryin
Kindle Edition, First, 187 pages
Published November 11th 2011 by Starfish Publishing
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H.G. Estok
Mar 01, 2013 H.G. Estok rated it it was amazing
A stitch in my side...from laughing! This hilarious science fiction novel cracked me up. It was like reading something from Douglas Adams, only with a little more in the way of plot. The characters are fantastic, particularly Igor the rusty robot who ended up being my favorite from start to finish. The action scenes are well written, as is the dialogue, and the interplay between these zany characters is priceless. Oh, and the bit about Star Trek? Too much fun.
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