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What's a millionaire bachelor to do? Join the army - with his butler!

Captain Willard Phule is the only officer in the Space Legion with his own butler, but Beeker has stuck with him through thick and thin. Which is why Phule simply can't comprehend why his butler would run off-planet without a word - and take with him Omega Company's lovely new medic.

Without his right-hand man, Phule has no idea what his left hand is doing. So he takes off after his errant butler, just as General Blitzkrieg decides to make a surprise visit to Zenobia. And the only thing Blitz would like better than catching Phule off guard is to catch Phule AWOL....

©2006 Robert Asprin (P)2018 Tantor

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A huge let down compared to the previous 5 books

This book felt like it was written by a completely different author than the previous books in this series. It felt like a 7 year old with ADHD who had watched too many crappy TV shows authored this book. This story has a ton of random shallow ideas and locations that are not given any time to be fleshed out in any meaningful way which left me not caring about what happened to the characters I've grown to love in this series. Quite a few times there were extremely simple solutions to the overall conflict (driving force of the story) which the author had to spend way too much time explaining why we couldn't have taken the simple solution so that a plot still exists. A main character refuses to send a vital plot solving message to another main character because he's convinced that character won't look at it because people don't look at stuff while they're on vacation?...really?
Narration was on par with the rest of the books but hard to enjoy with a crappy story to narrate.
The previous 5 titles in this series are totally worth your time but steer away from this one. You won't miss anything because nothing but random useless events happen for absolutely no reason.

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Excellent reading of a hilarious book

Reading was good enough to make me overlook the somewhat annoying misprounounation of the word adjuntant

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