Greenstar Season 3

What if you really had to start again from scratch?

After saving Earth for the second time, Josie thought she finally had time to deal with personal business. But a trap in the Greenstar's engines meant she really got away from it all.

Trapped in a featureless void, she discovers that even being the first woman in a new universe won't protect her from having to solve everyone else's problems. More

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About Dave Higgins

Dave Higgins writes speculative fiction, often with a dark edge. Despite forays into the mundane worlds of law and IT, he was unable to completely escape the liminal zone between mystery and horror.

Born in the least mystically significant part of Wiltshire, England, and raised by a librarian, he started reading shortly after birth and has not stopped since. He currently lives in Bristol with his wife, Nicola, his cats, Jasper and Una, a plush altar to the Dark Lord Cthulhu, and many shelves of books.

It’s rumoured he writes out of a fear that he will otherwise run out of things to read.

About the Series: Josie Stein Comedies
Reuse, Reduce, Recycle shouldn’t include people



Normally, freezing to death in deep space is pretty permanent. But Engineer Josie Stein was just defrosted a thousand years in the future, aboard the U.F.S. Greenstar, a recycled spaceship on a mission to stop the self-destructive aliens of the galaxy from wiping themselves out.

If that wasn’t enough, she’s immediately elected captain. The last captain’s success rate was one hundred and sixty-seven alien species extinct to zero saved, so she can’t really do any worse. But how can she deal with aliens when she can no longer understand her own species?



Inspired by Star Trek and Buck Rogers, Greenstar is a funny, action-packed take on the future, filled with strange aliens and neurotic characters.

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