Traitors, Thieves and Liars

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Traitors, Thieves and Liars is the first book in a trilogy retelling the events of Ten Thousand Miles Up in a grand epic.The geroo have been trapped in slavery for centuries, searching for useful planets for their krakun masters. And then one day, pirates contact Captain Ateri with an opportunity that may prove too good to be true. Includes the short story Whatever Happened To Commissioner Sarsuk? More

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About Rick Griffin

Rick Griffin is a writer and artist, winner of the 2009 and 2010 Ursa Major awards for best anthropomorphic comic strip (, and has won 2008-2010 NaNoWriMo. He owns six hundred and eleven cats and has trained each one to say "Simon Says" at inopportune times in order to confuse small children.

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goddamnbats reviewed on on March 27, 2019

I very much enjoyed this book - it's the first furry novella I've read and has a solid base of tense action, very much different from the authors usual comic work. Looking forward to the next ones in the series!
(reviewed 30 days after purchase)
Fenrir Black reviewed on on March 6, 2019

"Traitors, Thieves, and Liars" is a tale of morality, mortality and monotony. You have funny and engaging characters that can be described as of the naive misunderstood underdog taking on more responsibly than he can handle, the tired captain who, close to his death, decides to make a last ditch effort at realizing his life's ambition, an insatiable wild card who despite her attitude and demeanor gets the job done, the tech wiz who is out of place with too much on her shoulders, and finally the tyrannical antagonist whose only purpose is to serve as a reminder of the geroo's own helplessness and what they are fighting against but all in all lacks any real substance other than "evil villain." You also have a plot that despite its length seems to accomplish very little in the grand scheme of things. If I had to describe the events of the story in one to two words, I would say "repetitious” and “forced.” I did enjoy the story but I do wish it strived to be more.
(reviewed 11 days after purchase)
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