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Review: A lunatic’s guide to interplanetary relationships by R L Andrew

January 17, 2018

A lunatic’s guide to interplanetary relationships by R L Andrew


About the Book

When perpetual screw-up Shayne James is transported from Earth to another planet, she has no idea she’s the key to saving the universe. When Annu discovers this puny human on his planet, little does he know that she’s the key to the two of them defeating the enemy. He finds her irritating, annoying, and somewhat attractive! If they don’t kill each other, or get killed by an unknown force attempting to take over the universe, they might live happily ever after.

My Thoughts

Talk about voice. This book has so much voice it hurts! Haha. If you want to read about an Ocker Australian in space this is the book to read.

Shayne is a crass, vulgar, egocentric and physically ill woman who discovers a wormhole in her kitchen pantry – A lunatic’s guide to interplanetary relationships is a non-typical boy who cries wolf story – only the wolf (wormhole) is real. Annu, an Orion native, already caught up in his own crazy adventure is the who discovers Shayne. Hit with her presence – quite literally – he finds they must work together to complete a dangerous quest – that is, if they don’t kill each other first. Together they have to save a universe to help Shayne get home – but by then she may not want to.

RL Andrew does a terrific job with this story. An entertaining tale with characters, magic powers and a quest to save the universe will not get out of your head long after you finish reading.

The only thing that caught my attention was the occasional spelling mistake. Easily overlooked because the story was such a joy to read. I hear there is a book two coming. I’m looking forward to it.


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