In a similar style to the earlier 'Two Galaxies', this trio of unconnected but funny science fiction stories have been well received by those who have read them. The first tells the story of Gordon Swift and his financial benefactor, a master criminal of violent tendencies, and how things go very wrong indeed. The second story could hardly be more different; it is the tale of two musicians who spend their days in a determined attempt to drink their way through their accumulated wealth, and their mission to create a whole new musical genre encouraged by a huge flying rabbit with big teeth.
The third story is about two manual labourers who, by mistake, are assigned to technical jobs on the moon; those jobs are of course way beyond their abilities and they manage to cause chaos in no time at all.
They're not to be taken too seriously, but are intended to be enjoyed; they should make you laugh.