Beyond Uranus

Rated 4.33/5 based on 6 reviews
Roy is taken from his boring job and launched into a galaxy of adventure. What should be a simple job of shunting space freighters turns into a hilarious cosmic adventure where Roy uncovers the truth about his past. A comedy space romp! More
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Words: 85,040
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781301832613
About Stewart Bruce

I was born in Lincolnshire in 1964. After living in several places and countries, due to my father being in the RAF, my family eventually settled in South Wales. After completing a music degree and teacher training I moved to North Yorkshire in 1989 where I still live and teach.

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Review by: Hannes Birnbacher on April 19, 2015 :
This is a most entertaining and amusing book. Who says that real Science Fiction must not be funny written? The Novel mirrors human society and types of individuals in the description of a space station and the actions of it's population, be they human or alien. Everything is there what makes a great Space Opera: love, combat, spaceships, hierarchy - and sarcastic Computers.

There is a table of content with real chapter headings, not only "Chapter 1", "Chapter 2" etc. The word count is not filled up with a preview of the sequel, like I have seen in other books, and "Beyond Uranus" is a self-contained story; the beginning of "The Rings of Uranus" does continue the story, but "Beyond Uranus" can be read alone.

I would have given the six stars which this author merits, but I lost a beautiful sunny spring day, on which I could have done much work, because I just stayed in bed and read the book, therefore only five stars. But I purchased the two sequels so in the end, it might come to fifteen stars.
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Review by: Gavin Murphy on Oct. 28, 2013 :
A fun humourous story. the humour was very muck like Douglas Adams or red dwarf. The next one should be good.
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Review by: Rob Morgan on July 30, 2013 :
A great story, with humour and quirks to be worthy of Douglas Adams.
Looking forward to the next installment.
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Review by: Stephen Brandon on July 25, 2013 :
Well someone once told someone to Get A Life. Well this teacher didn't have one until ... I enjoyed the way his normal life got twisted. Looking forward to his next story.
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Review by: Rona on July 22, 2013 :
Sometimes the dialogue is a bit rude but I laughed from beginning to end! Comedy it is, but the plot and situations are quick and fascinating.
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Review by: Philip R Benge on July 10, 2013 :
Quite good fun, and I`ll definitely read the follow up when it comes out.
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