Publisher Description

If you like Dr. Who, you'll love Mission Improbable.

Carrie Hatchett's been a dog walker, ice cream seller and birthdaygram girl—the clean kind. All she wants is a proper job. But Transgalactic Intercultural Community Crisis Liaison Officer isn't what she had in mind. And neither is saving the galaxy.

Carrie's a low-achieving daydreamer. After providing a good home for her butt-ugly dog and crazy cat, her biggest challenge in life is to avoid being fired, again.

But a strange green mist sucks her beneath her kitchen sink, and an unusual clerical error leads to an offer she foolishly doesn't refuse.

In settling a conflict between the mechanical placktoids and the mysterious oootoon, Carrie reveals a threat to the entire galactic empire.

Join Carrie on her adventures today!

Mission Improbable is book one in the comedy sci-fi series, Carrie Hatchett, Space Adventurer.

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
March 25
J.J. Green
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

susu707 ,

Accidental Job

When reading this book you have to suspend rational thinking. The main character, Carrie Hatchett, is young (about 20) and has failed at every job she has ever held. Mainly because she doesn't listen or follow procedures and just wings it. She places a personal ad which gets misinterpreted as a job application with an intergalactic space agency. At the interview, she accepts the job offer simply because she wants the bag/purse that the tools come in. When she gets home, she leaves all the tools and uniform on her kitchen table. When she gets transported to her first assignment, she has no tools and no clue as to what she's doing. With gigantic office supplies and a sea full of custard, she stumbles to solve the planetary crisis.

Coach Silvaggio ,


Entertaining novel concept with imaginative alien species and problems. Intersting potential for many creative stories. A pleasnt SciFi read for an afternoon.

none open to use ,


I was unsure at first but as I got into it further realized I was enjoying it. Fun, creative with good characterizations.

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