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Destroyer of Planets

Destroyer of Planets Enter a galaxy full of snarky comebacks inappropriate use of tentacles and a mythical warrior girl on the edge in this fast paced Douglas Adams style space romp A life of captivity is getting to Ki

  • Title: Destroyer of Planets
  • Author: L.A. Johnson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Enter a galaxy full of snarky comebacks, inappropriate use of tentacles, and a mythical warrior girl on the edge in this fast paced, Douglas Adams style space romp.A life of captivity is getting to Kirian, the self styled Destroyer of Planets She has never actually destroyed any planets, but getting to choose your own title is one of the few perks you get when you work agEnter a galaxy full of snarky comebacks, inappropriate use of tentacles, and a mythical warrior girl on the edge in this fast paced, Douglas Adams style space romp.A life of captivity is getting to Kirian, the self styled Destroyer of Planets She has never actually destroyed any planets, but getting to choose your own title is one of the few perks you get when you work against your will for an evil Octopus Overlord.In an attempt to regain her freedom, Kirian defies her tentacled boss and secretly saves Ari, the human she is supposed to kill Can the two of them and a band of misfits join forces to thwart the Neon Octopus Overlord And can a revolutionary rock song from an illegal grunge band save a planet

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    1. L.A. Johnson

      L.A Johnson lives in beautiful Colorado with her husband, three kids, three dogs and a guinea pig named Kirby She writes fun, original Sci Fi you won t find anywhere else Look for book 2 in the Neon Octopus Overlord Series Whisperer to Stars, sometime in September.

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    1. kindle unlimited, reminded me a bit of Hutchinson and just a little of Logsdon, not bad just means think probably writer been hit time too many in head or something but just sayingEnter a galaxy of snarky comebacks, inappropriate use of tentacles, and a mythical warrior girl on the edge in this fast-paced, Douglas Adams style space romp.Kirian, the self-styled Destroyer of Planets has issues with authority. That's a problem since she's currently in the Neon Octopus Overlord's secret Celestial fo [...]


    2. While not laugh out loud funny, this story is quirky and uniqueI hated not giving this 5 stars, but there were too many editing/proofreading errors. Other than that it is a good story, fast paced, and the characters are unique.I will be checking out book 2 to see what new dastardly deeds Soda comes up with. And to see if the giant praying mantis gets caught. Also to see what happens to the Zombie band. So much to look forward to!


    3. An intriguing book that kept me reading until the end. Totally different style for me but loved it. Ready for more. Received a free copy and reviewed voluntarily.


    4. TremendousI enjoyed this book so much. The author is new to me, but I have bought book two of the series, and preordered part three. I am so certain that I want to read them.


    5. Great book.Enjoyed the humor and intrigue. Love all the different characters And fast pace to this book. Will be waiting for the next book to spend more time with these aliens.


    6. This started off a bit slowly, there wasn't enough characterisation or description of the setting. After this shaky start, this progressed into an amusing roller coaster.


    7. Funny, quarky, and a ton of fun! This book has a literal neon octopus as the overlord of the galaxy. And two kick-ass girls who are unknowingly working to save the galaxy. Reminiscent of Douglas Adams, this book was an entertaining read and a great break from the usual heavier fantasy I read.


    8. Someone is Destroying PlanetsThere is one being that runs our galaxy. She is known as the Neon Octopus Overlord, mostly because her name, Ttszooodjdeaaaarrr, is way too hard to pronounce. Those close to her just call her Soda. Running the galaxy is hard work. It leaves almost no time to watch her favorite TV shows. To help her out, she has a cadre of indentured servants, called Celestials, to do the grunt work. Kirian, Destroyer of Planets, is one of them.When Kirian first took the job of being [...]


    9. HumorousCheeky, fast-paced adventure with bizarre characters. A whisper of Douglas Adam’s wit with a modern twist, I liked it tremendously.



    10. A different kind of storyDefinitely not your average sci fi story. The flow of the story kept it very interesting and pulled you in from the very beginning.



    11. Interesting mix of charactersThis was a unique mixture of characters and story elements. I will certainly try the next book in the series.


    12. 📚📚📚📚📗Funny, funny, funny. This book is slightly insane but I enjoyed it. The characters are crazy and so is the action. Definitely a series I'm going to read.


    13. I found this a little confusing at times keeping track of who all the characters were and what was going on, but on the whole I enjoyed this book and will probably read the next ones.


    14. I received a free copy of this book from the author. I had the opportunity to review or not.This was one of the most unique stories I have read recently. This is the story of Kirian, the Destroyer of Planets. Kirian’s job was to go to different planets, kill designated persons, and then destroy the planet. She was a slave to the Neon Octopus Overlord, who is the real Destroyer of Planets. The Octopus giver Kirian orders to kill and then the planet on which the murdered individual lives is dest [...]


    15. Amusing enough but I feel this book tries too hard to be crazy and it swamps any real story or character development.


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