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Backwards 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 [EPUB] ✼ The End (The 30-Day Collective Book 1) ✿ Ellen A. Easton – 9facts.co.uk Rimmer ➽ [Download] ✤ The Light Over London By Julia Kelly ➲ – 9facts.co.uk Kryten [Ebook] ➣ Cell By Robin Cook – 9facts.co.uk 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 ❰Download❯ ➺ Braving the Wilderness Author Brené Brown – 9facts.co.uk however [Ebook] ➣ Lightning / Midnight / The Bad Place By Dean Koontz – 9facts.co.uk is that time isn t running in quite the right direction And if he doesn t get off the planet soon ❴Read❵ ➳ A Cidade Das Trevas (Dean Koontzs Frankenstein, Author Dean Koontz – 9facts.co.uk he s going to have to go through puberty again backwards If his crewmates can t help him [BOOKS] ⚣ Iron Council (New Crobuzon, By China Miéville – 9facts.co.uk Lister will carry on growing younger until he becomes a baby [KINDLE] ❅ Big Magic By Elizabeth Gilbert – 9facts.co.uk then an embryo [BOOKS] ✭ Bloody Acquisitions (Fred, the Vampire Accountant, By Drew Hayes – 9facts.co.uk meeting a very sticky end indeed This was a disappointing read for me in comparison to the other Red Dwarf books The core of the book is based across three well known episodes episodes that happen to be three of my favourites They are joint together in an interesting way but for me it just heavily diluted three sterling episodes into something only so so. Life in Reverse23 April 2016 So, at the end of Better Than Life we leave Lister trapped in a universe in which time goes in reverse, namely because he had become so old due to being caught up in a temporal distortion caused by a black hole that when they encountered the polymorph he had literally been scared to death or something like that I m not quite sure even though it was about a month ago that I actually read the book Anyway, in an effort to save his life they take his body to an al Life in Reverse23 April 2016 So, at the end of Better Than Life we leave Lister trapped in a universe in which time goes in reverse, namely because he had become so old due to being caught up in a temporal distortion caused by a black hole that when they encountered the polymorph he had literally been scared to death or something like that I m not quite sure even though it was about a month ago that I actually read the book Anyway, in an effort to save his life they take his body to an alternate universe, in which time runs backwards as I have mentioned , with the intention of picking him up again when he is much younger I must admit that that is a pretty interesting way of saving one s life, especially when onehas aged a lot quicker to those around them, thanks to the local black hole though this is all speculation since nobody has actually tested it out it s based on some guy s, possibly Einstein s, mathematical modeling In the previous book it was suggested that life makes no sense to us because our timeline travels in the wrong direction, which means that we find ourselves travelling into the future, namely from birth to death While hindsight is 20 20, our vision of the future is basically non existent though we do have a habit of making speculative assumptions, and once again resorting to mathematical models Mind you, the fact that the future is unknown gives way for some very profitable industries, form your average circus fortune teller, to the gambling industry, to investment banks like Goldmen Sachs and isn t all they are doing is making bets based upon statistical probabilities However, if we travel backwards it sort of works a little different, we know where we are going, it is just that we progressively forget where we have been Okay, I know, this is a Red Dwarf book, so it isn t meant to be taken seriously, but in reality we really don t know if these people in this backwards universe actually realise that their universe is travelling in the opposite direction to our own, and the funny thing is that Lister, who is living through this backwards universe with a forward looking mindset, sort of knows the future, but is mystified by the past though of course he could always pick up a history book It s sort of like having an accent you notice everybody s but your own I have to admit that I was a little disappointed with this addition to the Red Dwarf series for some reason it didn t seem to work as well as the previous two books I guess it had something to do with the episodes not being some of my favourite Also it is a lot less episodic than the previous two books, so while Grant is making the story flow better, it sort of doesn t work as well For instance Grant spent way too much time on developing Ace s character the alternate Rimmer for those who don t know, who is muchdaring, sophisticate, and loved , to the point that it started to get somewhat dry So to were the four horsemen of the apocalypse part While I understand that he wanted to create a but of a mystery in the lead up to the story, it didn t seem to really work all that well As for Rimmer, I don t know whether to feel sorry for the guy or not I guess that is what the character is trying to do though By blaming everybody else for his shortcomings, and also regularly fails, I sort of feel that maybe the guy should get a bit of a break Mind you, the fact is that he does blame everybody, and refuses to admit that he is wrong Still, there are a lot of people out there that are pretty smart that seem to be forever condemned to mediocrity, and they actually aren t like Rimmer because they don t complain about it Okay, they might not be content, but the sad thing is that where one is born to a wealthy family, is sent to a good school, and inherits the family business and is a thick as a brick , there is another that is basically lands up, though no fault o their own, on the wrong side of the tracks The difference is how they learned to roll with it It is clear that Rimmer s mother isn t a very nice person, and even when Ace succeeds she doesn t show a huge amount of emotion It is just that Rimmer is trying too hard to impress her, and failing miserably, particularly since he is never going to get an I m proud of you from her view spoiler The funny thing that we find out in this book though is that the reason Ace succeeds, and Rimmer fails is because Ace was held back at school However in the show it was always suggested that it was Rimmer that didn t want to be held back whereas in the book it was his mother In the end I guess Rimmer was right all along it was somebody else s fault hide spoiler I am am huge fan of Red Dwarf, one of the best sci fi series ever made and backwards is one of my favourite episodes I was really pleased when Rob Grant decided to make this episode into a book Reading the book was like reliving the episode but it was an extended version, everything from the episode is there and there wasnew stuff One of my favourite Red Dwarf scenes was The Cat doing a backwards poo If you ve never watched Red Dwarf, it doesn t matter, read this book anyway as it is I am am huge fan of Red Dwarf, one of the best sci fi series ever made and backwards is one of my favourite episodes I was really pleased when Rob Grant decided to make this episode into a book Reading the book was like reliving the episode but it was an extended version, everything from the episode is there and there wasnew stuff One of my favourite Red Dwarf scenes was The Cat doing a backwards poo If you ve never watched Red Dwarf, it doesn t matter, read this book anyway as it is really funny This is Rob Grant s unadorned vision for Red Dwarf, as opposed to his collaborative view with Doug Naylor Backwards follows Lister s journey to a planet going back in time, another encounter with Ace Rimmer and a tangle with some simulants all of which have been covered in some way by the TV show.Grant s description of Red Dwarf is a little darker than that found in the TV show, withrounded characters The Cat barely gets a look in, as Lister and Kryten dominate the book the book s fu This is Rob Grant s unadorned vision for Red Dwarf, as opposed to his collaborative view with Doug Naylor Backwards follows Lister s journey to a planet going back in time, another encounter with Ace Rimmer and a tangle with some simulants all of which have been covered in some way by the TV show.Grant s description of Red Dwarf is a little darker than that found in the TV show, withrounded characters The Cat barely gets a look in, as Lister and Kryten dominate the book the book s fun, but it s different to the TV show, and if you ve seen the TV show then having the same scenarios played out in a different manner Gunmen of the Apocalypse, Backwards and also a nod to Dimension Jump may sit uneasily with you Trying to compare this with the TV show is like comparing the TV show and the book of HHGTG It s difficult to get across the differences in text, and you should really experience both

    [EPUB] ✼ The End (The 30-Day Collective Book 1) ✿ Ellen A. Easton – 9facts.co.uk Rimmer ➽ [Download] ✤ The Light Over London By Julia Kelly ➲ – 9facts.co.uk Kryten [Ebook] ➣ Cell By Robin Cook – 9facts.co.uk 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 ❰Download❯ ➺ Braving the Wilderness Author Brené Brown – 9facts.co.uk however [Ebook] ➣ Lightning / Midnight / The Bad Place By Dean Koontz – 9facts.co.uk is that time isn t running in quite the right direction And if he doesn t get off the planet soon ❴Read❵ ➳ A Cidade Das Trevas (Dean Koontzs Frankenstein, Author Dean Koontz – 9facts.co.uk he s going to have to go through puberty again backwards If his crewmates can t help him [BOOKS] ⚣ Iron Council (New Crobuzon, By China Miéville – 9facts.co.uk Lister will carry on growing younger until he becomes a baby [KINDLE] ❅ Big Magic By Elizabeth Gilbert – 9facts.co.uk then an embryo [BOOKS] ✭ Bloody Acquisitions (Fred, the Vampire Accountant, By Drew Hayes – 9facts.co.uk meeting a very sticky end indeed This was a disappointing read for me in comparison to the other Red Dwarf books The core of the book is based across three well known episodes episodes that happen to be three of my favourites They are joint together in an interesting way but for me it just heavily diluted three sterling episodes into something only so so. Life in Reverse23 April 2016 So, at the end of Better Than Life we leave Lister trapped in a universe in which time goes in reverse, namely because he had become so old due to being caught up in a temporal distortion caused by a black hole that when they encountered the polymorph he had literally been scared to death or something like that I m not quite sure even though it was about a month ago that I actually read the book Anyway, in an effort to save his life they take his body to an al Life in Reverse23 April 2016 So, at the end of Better Than Life we leave Lister trapped in a universe in which time goes in reverse, namely because he had become so old due to being caught up in a temporal distortion caused by a black hole that when they encountered the polymorph he had literally been scared to death or something like that I m not quite sure even though it was about a month ago that I actually read the book Anyway, in an effort to save his life they take his body to an alternate universe, in which time runs backwards as I have mentioned , with the intention of picking him up again when he is much younger I must admit that that is a pretty interesting way of saving one s life, especially when onehas aged a lot quicker to those around them, thanks to the local black hole though this is all speculation since nobody has actually tested it out it s based on some guy s, possibly Einstein s, mathematical modeling In the previous book it was suggested that life makes no sense to us because our timeline travels in the wrong direction, which means that we find ourselves travelling into the future, namely from birth to death While hindsight is 20 20, our vision of the future is basically non existent though we do have a habit of making speculative assumptions, and once again resorting to mathematical models Mind you, the fact that the future is unknown gives way for some very profitable industries, form your average circus fortune teller, to the gambling industry, to investment banks like Goldmen Sachs and isn t all they are doing is making bets based upon statistical probabilities However, if we travel backwards it sort of works a little different, we know where we are going, it is just that we progressively forget where we have been Okay, I know, this is a Red Dwarf book, so it isn t meant to be taken seriously, but in reality we really don t know if these people in this backwards universe actually realise that their universe is travelling in the opposite direction to our own, and the funny thing is that Lister, who is living through this backwards universe with a forward looking mindset, sort of knows the future, but is mystified by the past though of course he could always pick up a history book It s sort of like having an accent you notice everybody s but your own I have to admit that I was a little disappointed with this addition to the Red Dwarf series for some reason it didn t seem to work as well as the previous two books I guess it had something to do with the episodes not being some of my favourite Also it is a lot less episodic than the previous two books, so while Grant is making the story flow better, it sort of doesn t work as well For instance Grant spent way too much time on developing Ace s character the alternate Rimmer for those who don t know, who is muchdaring, sophisticate, and loved , to the point that it started to get somewhat dry So to were the four horsemen of the apocalypse part While I understand that he wanted to create a but of a mystery in the lead up to the story, it didn t seem to really work all that well As for Rimmer, I don t know whether to feel sorry for the guy or not I guess that is what the character is trying to do though By blaming everybody else for his shortcomings, and also regularly fails, I sort of feel that maybe the guy should get a bit of a break Mind you, the fact is that he does blame everybody, and refuses to admit that he is wrong Still, there are a lot of people out there that are pretty smart that seem to be forever condemned to mediocrity, and they actually aren t like Rimmer because they don t complain about it Okay, they might not be content, but the sad thing is that where one is born to a wealthy family, is sent to a good school, and inherits the family business and is a thick as a brick , there is another that is basically lands up, though no fault o their own, on the wrong side of the tracks The difference is how they learned to roll with it It is clear that Rimmer s mother isn t a very nice person, and even when Ace succeeds she doesn t show a huge amount of emotion It is just that Rimmer is trying too hard to impress her, and failing miserably, particularly since he is never going to get an I m proud of you from her view spoiler The funny thing that we find out in this book though is that the reason Ace succeeds, and Rimmer fails is because Ace was held back at school However in the show it was always suggested that it was Rimmer that didn t want to be held back whereas in the book it was his mother In the end I guess Rimmer was right all along it was somebody else s fault hide spoiler I am am huge fan of Red Dwarf, one of the best sci fi series ever made and backwards is one of my favourite episodes I was really pleased when Rob Grant decided to make this episode into a book Reading the book was like reliving the episode but it was an extended version, everything from the episode is there and there wasnew stuff One of my favourite Red Dwarf scenes was The Cat doing a backwards poo If you ve never watched Red Dwarf, it doesn t matter, read this book anyway as it is I am am huge fan of Red Dwarf, one of the best sci fi series ever made and backwards is one of my favourite episodes I was really pleased when Rob Grant decided to make this episode into a book Reading the book was like reliving the episode but it was an extended version, everything from the episode is there and there wasnew stuff One of my favourite Red Dwarf scenes was The Cat doing a backwards poo If you ve never watched Red Dwarf, it doesn t matter, read this book anyway as it is really funny This is Rob Grant s unadorned vision for Red Dwarf, as opposed to his collaborative view with Doug Naylor Backwards follows Lister s journey to a planet going back in time, another encounter with Ace Rimmer and a tangle with some simulants all of which have been covered in some way by the TV show.Grant s description of Red Dwarf is a little darker than that found in the TV show, withrounded characters The Cat barely gets a look in, as Lister and Kryten dominate the book the book s fu This is Rob Grant s unadorned vision for Red Dwarf, as opposed to his collaborative view with Doug Naylor Backwards follows Lister s journey to a planet going back in time, another encounter with Ace Rimmer and a tangle with some simulants all of which have been covered in some way by the TV show.Grant s description of Red Dwarf is a little darker than that found in the TV show, withrounded characters The Cat barely gets a look in, as Lister and Kryten dominate the book the book s fun, but it s different to the TV show, and if you ve seen the TV show then having the same scenarios played out in a different manner Gunmen of the Apocalypse, Backwards and also a nod to Dimension Jump may sit uneasily with you Trying to compare this with the TV show is like comparing the TV show and the book of HHGTG It s difficult to get across the differences in text, and you should really experience both"/>
  • Paperback
  • 342 pages
  • Backwards
  • Rob Grant
  • English
  • 19 January 2019
  • 0140171509

About the Author: Rob Grant

under the name Grant Naylor when collaborating with Doug Naylor


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