I, Tim: Memoirs of a Cook on a Moon-Sized Planet-Vaporizing Space Battlestation

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
What happens behind the scenes in the Star Wars universe? Should we trust those heroes and their claims? "I, Tim" takes place in a working-class, LGBTQ-friendly satirical version of the Star Wars universe; it's a behind-the-scenes look at the efforts that make the heroics possible. The story follows Tim, a line cook and survivor of the destruction of the Deeeath Star and his struggles with PTSD. More
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About Jack Teng

Born in Montreal, Canada, Jack later moved to the West Coast (Vancouver) to do a doctoral degree that involved collecting many thousand ticks in the Okanagan Valley. He wasn't thrilled about the ticks either. Later, he dabbled in small-scale organic farming for a few years, during which he simultaneously developed an aversion to kale and fancy salad mixes, as well as the realization that farming wasn't all that lucrative. He now lives with his wife in Boulder, Colorado.


Review by: Andrew Gardner on June 17, 2015 :
Personally I loved this book, my only problem was that it left me wanting more. I loved the switch around of characters and think that the overall concept was both original and really well executed. From underground salad growing Wompas to interstellar drug running, this really was a great read. First and foremost though, I'm pretty sure that I, Tim is fully intended as a tongue in cheek alternative perspective of the Star Wars universe, not any kind of George Lucas inspired carry of the series.

Loved it and will recommend.
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Review by: James Jenkins on May 12, 2015 :
I have watched 5 of the 6 stars wars movies, The concept here is interesting but the plot did not follow my memories of the Star Wars universe. I was leaning towards 2.5 stars as I did not finish it, but went with three stars as I Read 46% before putting it down.
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