Wodehouse meets Asimov! Up there with the Hitchhikers' Guide to the Galaxy. I hadn''t seen the episodes and I started of with the novel. Enjoyed it thoroughly. The narration is superlative and makes the book all the more fun.
You either know about Red Dwarf or you haven't a clue. It is English, comedy, science fiction at it's zaniest best. Read, Enjoy. It helps to be a guy, because, like the 3 Stooges, some women just don't get it.......
This was an absolute hoot of a book, beginning to end! The impersonations were so dead on, you would think that it was the other actors! If you like the Britcom Red Dwarf, you will like this book. Some of the scenarios come directly from the show; however, there are some major differences which help to explain why something happened in the series (why Rimmer handed in a handprint on his exam), or retcon entirely (Kotchanski[sp?] and Lister's relationship for one). Other times, it will go off on its own tangent (namely, Better Than Life). You definitely learn more about Rimmer, and what makes him tick.
The annoying thing is that it ends on a cliff-hanger, which is resolved in the next novel...which ends in a cliffhanger that isn't audibly resolved as it wasn't recorded as of yet (there are sequel books though). But, they're both good and well worth the listen.
Funny, poignant, and over the top. A great story that is worth the time invested. And Chris Barrie's narration is exceptional! He imitates the voices of the original TV actors PERFECTLY. It is hard to believe that he nailed every voice. Enjoy this one!
This tells some of the tv show scripts without any changes. Original voices are a nice touch do you can recognise all the characters.
would have been if it had not been for that loud obnoxious annoying infuriating music that interrupted the mood way way way way way way
who ever thought that music was a good idea should be flogged, and not in a good fun kind of flogging way
Getting to here just how Lister ended up joining the Red Dwarf crew.
All of them! Especially Lister and Holly.
Slime comin' home.
Chis Barrie's narration.
If you're a Red Dwarf fan you will absolutely love how Chris Barrie brings each character's voice to life in the story. You might think that's Craig Charles stopping by to work with Chris, but it's all just a one man show. Incredibly entertaining and worthwhile.
Smegs in space. (It is a show.) :)
You won't regret buying this, even if you've already read the book.