I, Tim: Memoirs of a Cook on a Moon-Sized Planet-Vaporizing Space Battlestation

      Jack Teng
I, Tim: Memoirs of a Cook on a Moon-Sized Planet-Vaporizing Space Battlestation

What happens behind the scenes in the Star Wars universe? Should we trust those heroes and their claims? "I, Tim" takes place in a working-class, LGBTQ-friendly satirical version of the Star Wars universe; it's a behind-the-scenes look at the efforts that make the heroics possible. The story follows Tim, a line cook and survivor of the destruction of the Deeeath Star and his struggles with PTSD.What happens behind the scenes in the Star Wars universe? ...And should we trust those supposed heroes and their (self- inflated) claims? "I, Tim" takes place in a working-class, LGBTQ-friendly satirical version of the Star Wars universe; it's a behind-the-scenes look at the efforts (such as the cooking) that make the heroics possible."I, Tim" follows the story of Tim, a line cook and survivor of the destruction of the Deeeath Star and his struggles with PTSD. After surviving the destruction of the Deeeath Star, Tim's adventures begin as soon as he has a bit of an incident with Dorth Vadah in the cafeteria, and is surprisingly not executed but sent to a therapy center on Tattoo-ine. There, he is recruited into a cult by a beautiful, pastry-haired woman named Leah and becomes converted/seduced as a "Powaah Witness." At the same time, his pilot friend Mike is also converted/seduced by a scruffy black-vested guy named Haan. So is it happy-ever-after for Tim? Is the Powaah with him now? Of course not. Lord Vadah and the Empire has other plans for him, not to mention Jubba's slave pits, where he'll be forced to make cheap consumer goods!
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