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Backwards By Rob Grant

Backwards
by Rob Grant

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Dave Lister has finally found his way back to planet Earth - which is good. What's bad, however, is that time isn't running in quite the right direction. And if he doesn't get off the planet soon, he's going to have to go through puberty again - backwards.
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Backwards: A Red Dwarf Novel by Rob Grant

This is the third adventure of the unlikely space heroes of the cult TV hit Red Dwarf - Lister, Rimmer, Kryten, Holly and the Cat - as they continue their epic journey through frontal-lobe-knotting realities. We join them just as Dave Lister has finally found his way back to planet Earth - which is good. What's bad, however, is that time isn't running in quite the right direction. And if he doesn't get off the planet soon, he's going to have to go through puberty again - backwards. If his crewmates can't help him, Lister will carry on growing younger until he becomes a baby, then an embryo, meeting a very sticky end indeed.

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About Rob Grant


Rob Grant was part of the gestalt entity known as Grant Naylor, which created and wrote the Emmy award-winning series Red Dwarf for BBC television. Along with Doug Naylor he was also head writer for Spitting Image in the mid-eighties, and together they wrote two novels, Red Dwarf (1989) and Better Than Life (1991). Since 1994 they have been pursuing separate careers, and each has written a bestselling Red Dwarf novel; Doug's Last Human was published in 1995, Rob's Backwards was published in 1996. All these books are available in Penguin and have sold over 1.7 million copies.

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GOR000730394
Backwards: A Red Dwarf Novel by Rob Grant
Rob Grant
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Penguin Books Ltd
1996-11-07
352
0140171509
9780140171501
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
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