After saving the world, diGriz is called on to save the universe. Liberating his two, now teenage, twin sons from a military boarding school and penitentiary, diGriz sets out to free his wife, who has been arrested by the tax men. But the family is soon fighting an enemy of a different sort when the humans-only galaxy of the League is invaded by all manner of hideous aliens.
The Rat, disguised in the most hideous combination of alien physical features, is sent into the centre of the aliens' stronghold, where he finds himself the object of desire among the aliens. His task is to stop the aliens, who plan to wipe out every human in the universe.
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This ine is short. It is also humor packed and it can be a bit distracting at times. The story is not as good as the others, but hey it's the stainless steel rat. that alone is worth a credit right? The funa nad attitude are there, but the author is definitely losing steam with the series by this point. It is still worth a llisten, but wait for a sale as the novel is too short to spend a credit on.
The Stainless Steel Rat, "Slippery" Jim DeGris is one of my all-time favorite characters. This book is later in the series. The first book Harrison wrote was "The Stainless Steel Rat". Then, in the course of writing the series, Harrison wrote several "pre-quels" to the first book. So, the first book in Jim DeGris' time line is "A Stainless Steel Rat is Born".
Inskipp is my favorite character he plays. I always thought Inskipp should have a gravelly voice. He does the female characters very well also, they sound real.
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