Med Ship Man


Read by Mark Nelson

(4.6 stars; 150 reviews)

Join Space Medical Service officer Calhoun and his sidekick Murgatroyd the tormal on another exciting adventure, this time on what should be a routine visit to the planet Maya, which upon arrival appears to be completely devoid of all life! - Summary by Mark Nelson (1 hr 35 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1 19:24 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 2 18:59 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 3 21:16 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 4 17:46 Read by Mark Nelson
Chapter 5 18:24 Read by Mark Nelson

Reviews

Good short story

(5 stars)

Well read. Really enjoyed. Unique concept

love Leinster

(5 stars)

Many thanks to the reader.

Murgatroyd returns!

(5 stars)

Love that little guy. With Mark's excellent narration I just picture the little space dude. Chi, chi! I love all the books I've listened to that he reads and won't listen to other narrators. Nothing against others it's just it's like he isn't reading and it's his book he's reciting from memory. I like science fiction but wish there were more non-science fiction books in his catalog. To me, some of the science fiction books are hard to follow or just isn't exciting enough to listen through but as always 5 stars for narration!

Another good Medship book!

(4.5 stars)

A little bit more serious of the Medship sci-fi series that I have read, but I'd say it's my second favorite, to the first one I heard (The world is taboo) that introduced me to the amusing main characters and their adventures. This book keeps its interest over the changing times! I just wish there were a good 20 of books like these of these characters adventures

Entertaining

(3.5 stars)

I really enjoyed this story. It was entertaining and yet thought provoking as well. Thanks to the narrator for a great read.

Great short story

(5 stars)

Murray Leinster & Mark Nelson make a great pair. This is their third book I've listened to.

Entertaining and short

(5 stars)

Love the narrator, engaging and creative (but not wild) short story. I've listened to it several times.

(5 stars)

Great story, wish there was more to it! Also, mark Nelson is a fantastic reader.