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Jim and Angelina are on holiday on the paradise planet Lussuoso, where the very, very rich can avail themselves of rejuvenating treatments and become young again. Just when boredom seems about to set in, Jim learns that Angelina has disappeared, seemingly the victim of a religious scam. Evil genius Justin Slakey has a machine that allows him to travel between universes. He uses it to prey on religious believers, tricking them out of their money and then using them as slaves in his coal mines. Aided by his twin sons, James and Bolivar, Slippery Jim descends to a planet that seems to be a real-life version of Hell - and when you can't take metal weapons between the universes, what do you arm yourselves with? Salami, of course.

©1996 Harry Harrison (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved

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  • 22-07-18

Hellish Inconsistencies and Fun Finale

Gigante is amazing, as usual. His whimsical, 1960’s-James-Bond-esque portrayals of the Steel Rat, his spouse Angela, their twin sons, and other characters, never fail to amuse. This absurd, inter-dimensional universal romp is no exception to the on-going Steel Rat’s saga of fun, eye-rolling quasi-criminal listening experiences.

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  • FilthyLuker
  • 20-01-15

So much better than book 8

Was easy to listen to Phil Giganti is awsome! intresting story line. A relief after book 8!