Vossoff and Nimmitz by Adam-Troy Castro
Just a Couple of Idiots Reupholstering Space and Time

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“Somewhere beyond the stars, well past the scattered light of the unknown universe, in a realm so distant that no life of any kind has ever ventured there, and where the fundamental rules of time and space have never applied, there’s nothing.

If you find yourself in such a place, you know you’ve gone too far.”

Introducing the madcap adventures of Ernst Vossoff and Karl Nimmitz, a couple of interstellar rogues whose adventures often veer in unexpected directions, sometimes in space limousines and sometimes dropping by continent-wide cocktail parties. In the great tradition of Douglas Adams, VOSSOFF AND NIMMITZ is science fiction made utterly hilarious.

Adam-Troy Castro is the author of the Andrea Cort novels, which have won both the Philip K. Dick Award in the US and the Seiun award in Japan. He has been nominated for a Nebula Award, for a Stoker Award, and for the German Kurd Lasswitz Prize.


“[The Andrea Cort] series really is something special… These books are compulsively readable space mysteries, but they’re also hiding little packets of cleverness and substance under the surface. Highly recommended.”

About Adam-Troy Castro

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Adam-Troy Castro lives in Miami, Florida. Kristen Margiotta (www.kristenmargiotta.com) lives in Newark, Delaware.
Published August 3, 2011 by Jabberwocky Literary Agency. 232 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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Ernst Vossoff, would-be interstellar tycoon, and Karl Nimmitz, his exceptionally dim sidekick, take the reader for a merry ride through a thankfully distant galaxy in Castro's (An Alien Darkness) zany collection of eight linked stories, which boast titles like "Just a Couple of Extinct Aliens Rid...

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