Interstellar Dad by Jeff Beesler: Speculative Fiction Worth Reading #SciFi

Isn't it great to be surprised by a book? That's how I feel about Interstellar Dad by Jeff Beesler.

This book sucked me in from paragraph one and held my attention throughout. The main character is someone easy to identify with and root for. 

He's going through a rough patch. Went through a divorce. His job isn't going so great. He's falling apart and his life is going with it.

Bad goes to worse when he winds up in the desert in need of a tow truck. Then things get weird with an encounter often attributed to the American southwest.

What follows is folly and laughter and fun. Beesler definitely takes the reader on a ride of emotion throughout the story.

I liked it so much, I was excited to see the second one is now out. Yup, I for sure bought it.

Without hesitation, I give Interstellar Dad 5 stars. It's available on Amazon.

Have you read any good books lately?


  1. More bookie lust. Sigh.
    I am reading a book about Leonardo da Vinci's brain at the moment. Non fiction. And truly fascinating...

  2. An interstellar Dad... no kidding, and 5 stars too. Thumbs up. Right now I'm reading Hallucinations by Oliver Sacks.

  3. It sounds like a fun story! Thanks for the review!

  4. Seems such a fine read, thanks for sharing!

  5. I'm reading "Inhuman" book 5 of the Post-human series by David Simpson. Its about AI's, multiverses, super smart humans that get 'upgrades' from the AI to become stronger, smarter. They can fly. Have force fields and in one case tendrils. Of course there are the conspirators and possibly bad androids. I've enjoyed this series so far.

  6. This one sounds like a fun mashup of a few themes. I have read some good books recently! I will save the recommendations until I do my book review for UR!

  7. Sounds like a good entertaining Book!!! Good Review.


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