Greenstar Season 2

A Josie Stein Comedy

Fiction - Science Fiction
483 Pages
Reviewed on 01/15/2016
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Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite

Greenstar Season 2 (A Josie Stein Comedy) by Dave Higgins and Simon Cantan continues the space adventures of Josie Stein and her Greenstar crew. She foiled a scheming, homicidal AI. She saved Earth from the Kalmari. But nothing is good enough for Burger Supreme: they think a ray forcing everyone to have a conscience is a bad thing. Burger Supreme wants the Greenstar brought to justice at any cost by dispatching Vesta Hartman, a captain with two itchy trigger fingers and everything to prove.

Season 1 was a fun read – Season 2 is even better. The plot is much tighter and the narrative is more flawless. Topik is my favorite character yet again. The human-hating AI is hilarious, especially with his witty but cranky and sarcastic log entries and dialogue. Topik is an extremely lovable ‘semi-antagonist’. The humor doesn’t let up even when Josie and her crew are in dire situations, which is easily one of the highlights of the story. In terms of action, Higgins and Cantan definitely don’t disappoint. The action scenes are well written and highly imaginable, and new added characters effectively contribute in moving the plot forward without a fault.

This is one of my favorite sci-fi series this year. I have nothing but praise for authors Higgins and Cantan. They successfully maintained and have even enhanced the attractive traits of the series. On the whole, Greenstar Season 2 is a really enjoyable read for everyone, particularly sci-fi fans who are looking for a comical and laid back series for a change.