Reviews

Adam West

Reader´s Reviews

CanneB

“Too Vague or just Vague enough?
I found this a very enjoyable read. From the amusing banter between Bren and the Captain to many ridiculous and contradicting situations which arose, the story held my attention throughout. While reading I kept imagining the story performed by Monty Python, that would be fitting. Overall a fun read.”

CanneB

Kindle Reviewer, Amazon

Thank you, CanneB! As the unintended creator of this vessel, I feel honored with this very first review. I hope are many will follow, but one always remembers this first one. The Vague has begun to be explored! My gratitude is expounding!

—Adam West

Chris Hall

“What an original concept! A quick and neat little read, and a lot of fun. I read it in just two sessions.
It reminded me a lot of ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Galaxy’ – particularly the UK Radio 4 version – and some of the Terry Pratchett novels too.
It’s clearly just the start of a journey. I’d happily come along for the ride!”

Chris Hall

Vine Voice, Amazon

Thank you, Chris Hall, a WordPress blogger, and published author, for your interest in The Vague Ship, and help in discovering how to share books across the world! You have followed and offered wonderful feedback for some time, and I appreciate that greatly.

—Adam West

Awards Received

Recognition 2018

National Novel Writing Prize NaNoWriMo, December 2018
National Month Prize NaNoWriMo in December of 2018
NaNoWriMo Prize, December 2018
Awards Received

Recognition 2019

Prodigious.Work “Literary-Ludic Publishing for Adults” Prize 2019
Prodigious.Work 2019 Literary-Ludic Prize
Prodigious.Work 2019 Literary-Ludic Prize Certificate #PRW206
Mares P. W.

“The best part of Adam West’s adventurous chaos is the mathemathinkal precision with which he gradually builds a bigger picture. Reading him, you start at the atom-level doorsteps to finish into the Eye of the Universe. Adam’s language is so simple to comprehend that the reader’s brain is put on pause from expectations, criticism, and stress. Thus, reading and rereading Adam West, one rewires a better self for those perpetual pauses lead to self-studying that is most helpful when sleeping over his stories. You see, it is not the story that heals traumas, it is the way he writes that help people unblock and see life as a better place to venture oneself into.”

Mares P. W.

The Prodigious.Work Project

This is a “tip of the hat” to the #editors, to those that endeavor the miscontented paths of expression to each morsel of understanding… An author ought to be humbled to behest such a view. I was fortunate enough to meet a friend of expression along the way, one who helped shed light on pieces of this life-long journey. My thanks and appreciation exude to @MaresPW of Prodigious.Work, cultivator and crusader for those who create.

This adventure would not be what it is without your efforts and longstanding patience, neither would I.

—Adam West