Redshirts A Novel with Three Codas

by John Scalzi

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This book is nothing more than comedy with a small bit of an existential crisis added in

I didn't know what to expect but love this book

I just loved the cleverness of Redshirts, its timed surprises, its hip, allusive tone, its meta content, its codas (although Coda 1 went on a bit much), and its agreeable conclusion

If you are looking for a typical Scalzi sci-fi book like the Old Man's War series this isn't it

I want/need anyone who reads this to understand that I fully support/endorse every word of this book and don't think I can really express that in the right way without dropping spoilers

Ever wonder what it would be like on a starship like the Enterprise? Where the crew members FEAR going on away team missions because someone ALWAYS dies? Or why some bridge crew members get beaten extremely bad once a week only to be in perfect health the next? Or how in the vast expanse of the Universe a terrorist your ship is ordered to stop just so happens to be a former Academy roommate? What are the odds?Well a group of new crew members slowly come to the conclusion that the high mortality rates and bizarre, extremely unlikely coincidences can only mean one thing: they exist in a very badly written sci-fi TV show and they decide they want out

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