The Little Ship of Horrors: A fable about Space...and the things that don't belong there!

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Price
$15.00  $13.95
Publisher
Rare Image Publications
Publish Date
Pages
238
Dimensions
5.25 X 8.0 X 0.5 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781734977240
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About the Author
Carmen Amato is the author of romantic thrillers and the Detective Emilia Cruz mystery series (including Cliff Diver, Hat Dance, and Diablo Nights). Originally from New York, Carmen was educated there as well as in Virginia and Paris, France, while her experiences in Mexico and Central America inspire many of her books. Her family tree includes a mayor, a Mensa genius, and the first homicide in the state of Connecticut with an automatic weapon.
Reviews

This is a brilliant and exciting take, beautifully narrated and produced

- Jordan Wolfe

I am a fan of the original Little Shop of Horrors, and this iteration is just as good. The dialogue is absolutely fantastic and seeing Chuck turn from a meek janitor into a (somewhat) confident - well, I won't say what because that would be a spoiler, so we'll go with person - person is wonderful.

Chief Roswell is the perfect security officer/investigator for dealing with the situation - or, rather, for mucking up the situation while Chuck and Violet actually handle it.

And the transporter? It is just.... **chef's kiss** All in all, a wonderful read.

- Jennifer C.

Big fan of the original and this adaptation does its job so well. We find our heroes in a fantastic setting created by someone both well acquainted with sci-fi and the original story who ties them together in a lighthearted fun read.

- Daniel

The author, Vee James, provides a hilarious and fun adventure. Well written, the dialogs are steady and cohesive. The side interaction between Chuck and the "transporter" are noteworthy! I couldn't wait to hear how the transporter was going to torment Chuck next and where he was going to wind up.

Charla