Bill is living his life minding his own business when he gets tricked into enlisting in the military. That’s when things start to go wrong. He gets lucky and isn’t killed in battle (he does lose an arm, but no biggie since it was replaced) and is sent to Helior to receive an award from the emperor. That’s when things really start to go wrong. His city plan is stolen making him one of the unplanned – an offense punishable by death – and eventually ends up court martialed, sent to prison, and shipped off to another planet to fight. And that’s when things totally and completely go wrong.
There is a lot of humor in Bill the Galactic Hero. The wordplay is fantastic. It’s an entertaining and fun to read book. I recommend it to people who enjoy sci-fi, particularly those with a large vocabulary.
4 (out of 5) Stars
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