There are some SciFI books that make you think about moral or philosophical
issues, some that delight you with descriptions of alien races and worlds, some
that make your head spin with technical descriptions of future technologies. But
there are some that are just plan fun. Lots of fun for everyone. Space Vulture is that SciFi book. It's all about boys, ray guns, smelly aliens, heroes that are too good, and a villain that is a cosmic bad boy.
This is not a book about big ideas or complex philosophical conundrums. In fact, it's rather childish. But I must confess, it had me grinning on more pages than most novels I read. Is the plot contrived? Yeah, of course. But the characters are likable, if not believable. This is SciFi pulp fiction. It's not meant to be taken seriously. It's meant to be enjoyed. And it's absolutely safe for children. I don't often get to say that about books I like. Without giving away too much, you should be prepared for some interesting Christian themes. This is great pulp space opera. The big adventure. For some reason, it reminded me of the old Johnny Quest cartoons.
--Jeffery Meyers, jeffreymeyers.blogspot