Rocket racing can be deadly, but working in food service is worse.
May’s humdrum life is flung into hyperdrive when she’s abducted, but not all aliens are out to probe her. She’s inadvertently rescued by Xan, an “I Love Lucy” obsessed alien with the orangest rocket ship in the universe.
But you still have to eat in space, and rocket racing is a quick, if life-threatening, way to make a living.
Finally, May has a career she loves and a friend to share her winnings with. Until a Chaos goddess possessing Xan’s ex decides to start a cult on Earth and threatens to turn the planet into her den of destruction. The Audacity is the only ship fast enough to stop her, but May’s no hero. She doesn’t even particularly like Earth.
Are we screwed?
Witty, hilarious, and current, The Audacity is Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy for the next generation.
What the people are saying...
"Laura Loup's The Audacity is the book I've been looking for for a long time."
"Laughed my ass off from page one!! Great story great jokes great characters! One of the best indie books I’ve ever read and I’ve read a lot of great indie books over the years."
"Fantastic characters, intriguing conundrums, space racing, time travel, smile-inducing friendships and so much orange.”
For fans of...
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Good Omens, Futurama, or Red Dwarf.