Alien Baggage Allowance

Alien Baggage Allowance Forget the Fermi Paradox we re not alone and we ve been visited a new book from the celestial body that is Humble Nations Presented as eighty two whimsical funny little tales he speculates what it w

  • Title: Alien Baggage Allowance
  • Author: Humble Nations
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Forget the Fermi Paradox we re not alone and we ve been visited a new book from the celestial body that is Humble Nations Presented as eighty two whimsical, funny little tales, he speculates what it would mean for mankind if we were to be visited by aliens The silliness of the writing shines like little stars from every page Eighty two contacts fired off in unForget the Fermi Paradox we re not alone and we ve been visited a new book from the celestial body that is Humble Nations Presented as eighty two whimsical, funny little tales, he speculates what it would mean for mankind if we were to be visited by aliens The silliness of the writing shines like little stars from every page Eighty two contacts fired off in under 25,000 words MAY CONTAIN Adult humour and anal probing NOT SUITABLE FOR Children, asinimophobics, or those of a serious disposition.

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      Published :2019-08-18T22:56:42+00:00

    2 thoughts on “Alien Baggage Allowance

    1. Humble Nations Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Alien Baggage Allowance book, this is one of the most wanted Humble Nations author readers around the world.

    2. The 82 short stories in Alien Baggage Allowance are short, wild and inventive. Did I say short? A few are less than a page and they reminded me of Reginald Bretnor’s Ferdinand Feghoot stories, which were also short, funny science fiction stories, each with an unexpected twist at the end. These stories don’t have the convoluted Feghoot puns at the end, but there are surprises in most of them. Some bangs, some whimpers and the occasional “Whaaaa?”Many (not all) of the stories begin with th [...]

    3. Kindle Unlimited but actually caught in on the 19th on freebie day. Available at Restaurant at the End of the Universe gift shop, VAT, various s, and other universal retailers near you.82 tales in this book about alien visitations and maybe not alien visitations. In one, title "Who?" they have come to our planet to destroy us all, because we have were about to breach our Immortality Event Horizon. We wanted to know how, what, which, why, when, who. Actually did a LOL on this one no spoilers. [...]

    4. Amusing read!Quick short stories mostly 1 or 2 pages. Some are funny. Some are sad. Some are disturbing. Some are thoughtful. Some are WTF weird. Enjoy!

    5. “Amusing, not funny”. With these words, I am quoting “The End (in the Chord of Metha)”, the last story of Alien Baggage Allowance, where the book is criticized by aliens. They were not entirely right, because some stories are really funny, such as “The ‘W’ Word”, “Oh, the Humanity” and “Klingons”. Humble Nations makes a series of jokes about aliens. Like in many jokes, there are clichés, stereotypes, curse words and not quite politically correct content. All stories are [...]

    6. A collection of (often very) short stories, all sharing the same theme: what happens when aliens arrive on Earth. This isn't hard science fiction. It's a series of metaphors, of analogies, and while nearly all of them are funny some of them are more successful than others.The ones I preferred were often the shortest - not so much because of length, but the longer stories were often a set-up for a joke, while the shorter ones were little glimpses of utter strangeness (like "Newton" and "Old Oak") [...]

    7. It was my first time reading this author and it was interesting read. It was out of my genre to what I usually go toward but all in all I didn’t mind it.Alien Baggage Allowance is about Aliens and them coming to earth. Its funny, has its dark humour which had me laughing, and smiling at some of the jokes. The book poked at us, as humans and how aliens would(maybe) perceive us in the eyes of a whole other species.Most of the chapters began with ‘When they arrived,’ and each chapter was a di [...]

    8. This is a book of very, very short stories (mostly) about first contact. Some of them are so short that they didn't really make an impression. Others are cheeky and fun. Maybe I just don't get the British humor, but I didn't seem to find this as funny as other reviewers. As the aliens say, it was only amusing to me.The one story I really enjoyed was the one where everyone blames Google for the invasion, bc I could just see that happening so easily. Not blaming Google in particular, but everyone [...]

    9. I really like the author's wit. He's very clever with ideas and wordplay but this book just wasn't for me. I appreciate all the related short stories but overall it was too silly for me. Not my bag, baby.

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