Space Captain Smith books discounted on Kindle

Toby Frost

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I've no idea why, but all the Space Captain Smith books are discounted on Kindle, it seems. So now would be a good time to buy them!

 

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Unfortunately, (for me, not Toby!) I’ve already got them all in paperbacks, but if you haven’t read them yet, now’s your chance. Thoroughly recommended - an absolutely spiffing read, don’cha know, old chaps/chapesses…:giggle:
 

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Do you get the same commission for sales anyway? I'm just curious, because I don't buy ebooks anyway. I'm happy to pay full price for a pb... they're pretty good books tbh. I've only bought and read the first two (just 'cause, you know, so many books), but I was thinking I might get the third...
 

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I don't buy ebooks anyway.

Blasphemy! Technology rules!

AIReader can read ebooks. Not as good as genuine audiobooks but less expensive and space efficient.
 

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I've started to read The Imposters in paperback. (Sorry, but I've been busy with other things and distractions so I have barely touched it yet, not because it wasn't interesting.) I thought it was a stand alone, but is it set in the same universe as Captain Smith? Or, is that something I have to work out as part of the puzzle of the story? Or, is it a different kind of Ghast Empire?
 

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I've started to read The Imposters in paperback. (Sorry, but I've been busy with other things and distractions so I have barely touched it yet, not because it wasn't interesting.) I thought it was a stand alone, but is it set in the same universe as Captain Smith? Or, is that something I have to work out as part of the puzzle of the story? Or, is it a different kind of Ghast Empire?
Having read both, it is set in the same universe. It features a side character from the main series, but nothing that I'd consider a major spoiler for any of them.
 

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