The Feel Good Affair

Genre: Humour, Sci-fi
$4.99

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Book Summary

His Holiness, the Supreme Spiritual Leader of the Galactic Guild, Glup III, an aging podil, is about to be dethroned and podil-napped all in the same day. The MISFITS, Militia In Secret Fighting Idiotic Theological S**t, decide today is a good day to thwart the evil Cardinal Nog’nik’s plans to take over the Galactic Guild and become a living god. The Galactic Guild dispatches their top agents, George Shooters and Sali Terri to restore Glup III to his righteous position and discover how a pair of bumbling pilgrims have obtained the technology necessary to teleport Glup III from the clutches of a deranged despot.

Testimonials

"Great characters! Great story! Writing was incredible ... vivid descriptions brought the story that much closer to being life-like. Loved the book!"

"You know you're reading a good book when you feel like you can hear the distinctive voices of each character in your head while you read. I got so immersed in the book it was like a fun escape without ever leaving home. I definitely recommend this book for anyone who loves Monty Python or Joss Whedon-like humor. If you loved Firefly, you will love this series."

"Sci Fi and comedy are both done well in this book. There is impressive character development and dialogue. The comedic moments throughout the story are enjoyable."

"The book is a light hearted space comedy that is written with just the right combination of comedy, seriousness, action, and scientific explanation for the layman. It moves along at a nice even pace and the characters are charming and quirky."

" …a smart and funny sci-fi adventure with likeable characters that you can picture and a page turning plot that keeps you interested until the end. I hope to see more from Scott A. Combs soon!"

"Totally fun and really refreshing ... this gives a decent and heart-pounding plot but doesn't neglect that big human need of comedic relief!"

About the Author

Scott A. Combs, born in Ohio in the late 50s, is an artist, graphic designer, software engineer, and writer. He resides in Chandler, Arizona, with his family, one fat cat and his best little buddy, Maxine, an Amazon parrot.

Scott has been a fan of science fiction since a young child. Struggling with dyslexia at a young age, his desire to read motivated him to overcome this problem by finding his own method of speed-reading. In his early youth he could be found running wild with the other children on adventures throughout the rural landscape of Lexington, Ohio, generally causing mischief. However, not long after he was begging his parents to take him to the library to check out books like The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Conan, Tarzan, and The Princess of Mars.

Today Scott's love for reading continues and he is the author of five published science fiction novels in three subgenres: comedy, adventure, and psychological thriller. Nowadays he is usually found in his den clicking away at his keyboard, confining most of his mischief to the characters in his novels. He is often accompanied by Maxine, who scrutinizes his latest work from her perch on his shoulder and often causes her own mischief.

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