A Phule and His Money (Phule's Company) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Oct 1999
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“Plenty of odd characters…fun!” –Locus
“A winning story… part science fiction, part spoof, part heart-warmer.” – Publisher’s Weekly
“Light without being frivolous, and displays Asprin’s considerable expertise about fencing and things military, especially leadership.” –Chicago Sun-Times
“Reminiscent of ‘M*A*S*H.’” –Analog
“A grand mix of common sense, outrageous and hilarious foolishness stirred with a dash of wisdom into a delectable mess to be served with tongue in cheek.” –Kliatt
“Reliably entertaining…a fun read, light without being vapid and clever without being heavy-handed. This series is Asprin’s strongest to date, and it’s off to a good start.” --Amazing
“Asprin knows how to make me laugh…I suggest you sign up for this particular grand tour of duty.” -- Fear--This text refers to the Paperback edition.
About the Author
Robert Lynn Asprin was an American science fiction and fantasy author, best known for his MythAdventures and Phule's Company series. As an active fan of the genres, he was a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism, a co-founder of the Great Dark Horde, and founder of the Dorsai Irregulars. He was nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Dramtic Presentation for The Capture in 1976. Asprin died in 2008 at the age of 61 having published over fifty novels and several short stories.
Peter Jewell Heck is an American science fiction and mystery author, best known for his "Mark Twain Mysteries" and Phule's Company series. He was an editor for Ace Books and is a regular reviewer for Asimov's Science Fiction and Kirkus Reviews. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Top customer reviews
The story-line romps along with few breaks in the flow. It is simplistic and possibly some would say slightly predictable, but so what? For an afternoon's light reading you can't go far wrong, buy and enjoy.
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