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Hard Luck Hank: Suck My Cosmos

Hard Luck Hank: Suck My Cosmos
Written by: Steven Campbell
Narrated by: Liam Owen
Series: Hard Luck Hank #4
Genres: Humorous | Galactic Empire | Science Fiction
Published: 8th of September, 2015
Length: 11 Hours 14 Minutes


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Life is tough on space station Belvaille - not for the aristocratic nobles that call it home, but for the poor slobs like Hank.

Hank is considered a celebrated cutthroat and the oldest living person in the city. His occupation is to be hired muscle for those people who don't want to get their hands dirty but still want dirty things done. He possesses a mutation that allows him to be bulletproof and weigh thousands of pounds, two helpful traits in his line of work.

When the wife a city councilman approaches him about spying on her husband, Hank worries he's flying too close to the flames for safety. When the husband is assassinated, he's sure of it.

Hank has to keep himself from getting framed for the murder while he finds himself increasingly manipulated by powerful people as the machinations of the city council start to spill into his daily life.



Hank Hangs on While the Station Gets Seriously Exclusive

Review by: Morgan HobbesAfter finishing book 3, it was straight onto book 4 of the Hard Luck Hank series - Suck My Cosmos. Belvaille has moved on yet again and is now moving towards an aristocracy. Hank only manages to still live there because he's the oldest living continuous citizen and the toffs seem to enjoy that.

Assisted by the universes most sought-after butler, a Dredel Led (robot) named Cliston, Hank finds his services retained by the richest of the rich on the station. After getting a new lease on life after the events of book 3, Hank no longer weighs 15,000 pounds but is just as bulletproof as ever.

There are a lot of laugh-out-loud moments in this one compared to the previous one, where it seems author Steven Campbell has really returned to his groove. Hank's snark, cynicism, dry wit, and ability to turn a hilarious phrase make this one particularly entertaining.

Unfortunately, like the last book, the audio quality is again pretty crap. The return of the high-pitched noise behind most of the narration. Not as bad as the last one, but still plenty of issues. I'm not going to keep beating the dead horse of how I'm not a fan of the actual narrator, so I'll just move on.

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Another great Hank story, though. Bucket loads of stuff going on and lots of laughs along the way.


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Reviewed: 2021-10-25

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