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Red Dwarf by Grant Naylor
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Oct 03, 11

bookshelves: humor, science-fiction
Read from October 02 to 03, 2011

This is a lot like the television show episodes in book format so of course I love it! I've been a fan of the show since it started and was gleeful when I found there were actually novels! It tells the tale of the Red Dwarf crew from the start. It includes a lot of what was in the first two series as well as a ton of details that you wouldn't know if that was your only source. Then it throws in whole new story lines and tangents. Lister's back story of how he ended up on Red Dwarf was something I had wanted to know for a long time.

This is one book I would compare to Adams style and it holds its own admirably. Kudos to Grant and Naylor. I really must find the rest of the books they have written for Red Dwarf. I've also noted there are audiobooks of this and the other novels read by Chris Barrie! I would be a total smeghead if I didn't add then to my listening list as well.
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message 1: by Dan (new) - rated it 4 stars

Dan Schwent I was thinking about rereading these but I should definitely do the audio versions of Barrie is reading them. He narrated the storyboards of an unfilmed episode on one of the DVD sets and it was great!


Zorena Dan wrote: "I was thinking about rereading these but I should definitely do the audio versions of Barrie is reading them. He narrated the storyboards of an unfilmed episode on one of the DVD sets and it was g..." I just listened to one of the Barrie ones and it was great!


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