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You can't mistake just anyone for a Phule.

When the planet Zenobia is invaded, Captain Willard Phule is made their military advisor. The first priority for Phule's Company: staying out from underfoot of the peaceful, dinosaurlike Zenobians....

But, unbeknownst to the Zenobians, they're getting two Phules for the price of one. A robot double of Phule appears out of nowhere. And only the real Phule knows who the real Phule is....

©2001 Robert Asprin (P)2017 Tantor

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Just plain fun

This has been such a fun series. I would recommend this series to everyone. I can’t wait for the next book to be released. The only problem is that I finish a book in just one day.

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fun

good, fun story that moves at a satisfactory pace. narrator kept the characters straight via their distinctive voices if not their appearance. lol

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this is definitely freaky like Friday

so it's a really good book it focuses a lot more on the Omega mob as a whole rather than Captain phule but it is a little slow and hard to get into in my opinion at certain points . it's still really good and really funny especially towards the end when everything wraps up in a way that gives certain people I'm not going to mention any names( General blitzkrieg) their comeuppance for being total d-bags

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A light hearted book and an ok listen

probably one of the slower books in the series. Did not flow as well as the first 3, but still a good listen.

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Classic story marred by jarring performance

I hate it when the performer mispronounces words. Perhaps the most jarring was the repeated mispronunciation of adjutant. There were others, several others. Every time it was done, I was ripped out of the story and brought back to the quality of the reading. Isn't there an editor who listens to these things? I checked a couple of major dictionary sites, the guy just read the words and guessed, albeit poorly, at the pronunciation of the words, and no one corrected him. Bah!

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Phule's Company is at it again.

The forth installment still keeps giving us laughs and enjoyment. The Omega Mob is up to new hijinks when a new Major is sent to cause major troubles by taking over the Company. How does the gang handle this and where is Captain Phule? Listen and enjoy.