12 episodes

Some heroines will steal your heart. This one will steal your
wallet. In the future, mankind has expanded to fill the solar system, but
when a snarky con-woman steals the wrong spaceship, she finds herself
stranded in a distant galaxy. She is humanity's first emissary to a galactic
civilization, and all she wants to do is go home. Preferably, without being
arrested.

Space Casey Podiobooks.com

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    • 4.4, 29 Ratings

Some heroines will steal your heart. This one will steal your
wallet. In the future, mankind has expanded to fill the solar system, but
when a snarky con-woman steals the wrong spaceship, she finds herself
stranded in a distant galaxy. She is humanity's first emissary to a galactic
civilization, and all she wants to do is go home. Preferably, without being
arrested.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

kjones00 ,

Family friendly sci-fi

It's an interestering, if basic, story that moves along steadily until the satisfying conclusion. The humor is hardly gut-buster material but it keeps the tone light. Suitable for all ages, simple/clean enough for the kids to enjoy but there's enough there for adults looking for a light read also.

ezgo22 ,

Lovable space con artist

I think I love Space Casey because she's terrible for the reasons I would like to be terrible for. Like stealing a time travel device just because it would be cool to time travel.

Criswell Weatherman ,

My mother loved it, and it's not the kind of thing she usually likes either

My mother, who is nearly blind, relies on her talking books from the library. During a period when they were not being delivered, we decided to let her borrow my iPodTouch with a few podcast novels in them. She normally perfers mystery stories, and was not fond of Mur Lafferty's The TakeOver, but for some reason, she enjoyed Space Casey. I also found this story a lot of fun, pitting a previously earthbound conwoman against an entire space beauracracy. Just because an alien race is more intelligent than humans doesn't mean it won't fall for a good olde fashioned crafted on the fly con job. The next time my mother has another talking books delivery problem, it will likely be another Christiana Ellis story, probably Nina Kimberly The Merciless. Welcome back, Lady Cassandra. We missed you.

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