Starrigger by John DeChancie

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Independent space trucker Jake McGraw, accompanied by his father Sam, who inhabits the body of truck itself, his "starrig," picks up a beautiful hitchhiker, Darla, and a trailer-load of trouble. One of the best of the indies, Jake knows a few tricks about following the Skyway, which connects dozens, or maybe hundreds, of planets. Nobody knows how many and nobody really knows the full extent of the Skyway and much of it remains unexplored. But, somehow, a rumor gets started that Jake has a map for the whole thing and suddenly everybody wants a piece of him: an alien race called the Reticulans, the human government known as the Colonial Assembly, and a nasty piece-of-work called Corey Wilkes, head of the wildcat trucker union TATOO. No matter what Jake does, no matter how many twists and turns he makes, he can't shake any of the menaces on his tail. The Starrigger series, continues with Red Limit Freeway and concludes with Paradox Alley.
 

About John DeChancie

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John DeChancie is a science fiction novelist, short-story writer, television writer, and editor. He was born in 1946. DeChancie began his Skyway series in 1983 with the novel, Starrigger. Other series include the Dr. Dimension series written with David Bishoff and the Castle Perilous series. DeChancie was editor with Martin H. Greenberg of the anthology, Castle Fantastic. In 1993, he wrote the software for MagicNet. DeChancie received the Golden Headset Award for the audio version of Dr. Dimension in 1997.
 
Published August 11, 2009 by e-reads.com. 310 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The Skyway predates human kind by millenniums, it runs from one world to another, and in driving along it, a person (or alien) can travel from one world to another.

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