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Roobala Take Me Home

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Come explore “Roobala Take Me Home” – an insane, satiric, humorous, romantic romp through a galaxy full of sexually hyped aliens, bar and grill spaceships, great white horned beasts drinking gold mist, fish transmogrified to match the lust of lost space explorers. Pioneers from a dying Earth perpetually hurling into the future, away from home, searching for enough ...more
Kindle Edition, 390 pages
Published May 13th 2012
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Jeffrey May
Aug 07, 2016 Jeffrey May rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
An insane, satiric, humorous, romantic romp through a galaxy full of sexually hyped aliens, bar and grill spaceships, great white horned beasts drinking gold mist, fish transmogrified to match the lust of lost space explorers, and more!

Pioneers from a dying Earth are perpetually hurling into the future, away from home, searching for enough “Roobalas” – the red galactic currency – to go backwards, to go home.

Space explorers for the WACOFF Corporation careen through the galaxy on a comic odyssey o
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Jeff has won several short fiction awards and his work has appeared in the US, UK, and Canada. His narrative nonfiction story “The Wells Creek Route” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and his novel Where the River Splits was praised in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and on St. Louis KMOX radio.

His most recent work, Eight Billion Steps: My Impossible Quest For Cancer Comedy is about (as may seem obv
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