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  1. Adam Windsor Adam Windsor says:

    As a kid I had an irrational dislike of Catfang because it seemed to be the only Starstormers book the library any library I tried a few had in stock and I wanted to read the others dang it As an adult I discover that this was pretty unfair While it's very light and than a little goofy this third entry in the series is a notch above the first two books in overall entertainment value Still nothing approaching great literature or even great kids' fiction but breezy and fun It kept me amused for one and half bus rides to work at least


  2. Raj Raj says:

    I vaguely remember these books from when I was young and picked them up cheap from a charity shop or something Basic story is as follows four children stuck on Earth instead of with their parents who are pioneers on a new world find a meteorite hollow it out stick a drive unit into it and blast off after their parents having Adventures on the way mainly concerned with the Octopus Emperor who's out to get them for some reasonThese books aren't nearly as good as some of Fisk's other work such as Trilions or A Rag a Bone and a Hank of Hair The main characters are rather annoying and there's no real sense of tension I guess they may have been written for a younger audience than either of the books mentioned above Worth reading for nostalgia but not much not that this is going to stop me for looking out for the last two in the series


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Catfang [Reading] ➲ Catfang ➺ Nicholas Fisk – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Built to take the four children to join their parents on Epsilon Cool Starstormer is showing dangerous signs of wear and tear and the vehicle of their escape is now their prison The Starstormers have Built to take the four children to join their parents on Epsilon Cool Starstormer is showing dangerous signs of wear and tear and the vehicle of their escape is now their prison The Starstormers have been forced to leave Epsilon Cool to evade the Octopus Emperor's intention of employing them in his workforce and the failings of their homemade spaceship contribute to the strained atmosphere on board As tensions rise distraction suddenly appears in the shape of a stowaway a tousled spiky wet filthy kitten Cleaned up and given a name Fang he entertains the children with his antics But not for long Starstormer is once again under attack and Fang plays an amazing part in the great battle in space.

  • Catfang
  • Nicholas Fisk
  • English
  • 01 June 2014
  • 9780340265291

About the Author: Nicholas Fisk

– British author of than forty books and television scripts and a master of science fiction for children Fisk whose real name is David Higginbottom grew up during the Second World War and served in the Royal Air Force His autobiography Pig Ignorant covers the years – and details his life in Soho a bohemian section of London where he played jazz in the evening.