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Backwards (Red Dwarf #4) Download Backwards Red Dwarf 4 Author Rob Grant Horsebackridinggeorgia.us 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.

About the Author: Rob Grant

under the name Grant Naylor when collaborating with Doug Naylor

10 thoughts on “Backwards (Red Dwarf #4)

  1. says:

    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

  2. says:

    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 s...

  3. says:

    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 Liste...

  4. says:

    Lastig om in te komen, maar zeker geen onaardig boek.

  5. says:

    Although this book was published after Last Human, I think of it as the third novel in the series, because it follows so closely from Better Than Life Also, it seems fairly clear to me that Rob Grant brought most of the talent to the Grant Naylor gestalt.This novel introduces some completely new ideas, as well as tying together several episodes from the TV series view spoiler It was good to see Ace Rimmer, and the novel had the advantage that it could show us where

  6. says:

    I m sorry to say that this one did not have an audio version read by Chris Barrie so I stuck with the written edition Maybe it was the lack of Chris or maybe that Grant does need Naylor to balance him but I wasn t as happy with this outing.I don t think I minded that there were less laughs and some of the humour was darker What I did mind was that living backwards just couldn t sustain the concept for an entire book I still laughed and enjoyed it but just not near as much a

  7. says:

    I really loved the concept of writing a world that existed backwards The writing was very clever and extremely fun I felt that the story flagged a little when they escaped but the inclusion of Ace was interesting, and the epilogue really helped flesh the character out Made me think of the little decisions I ve made over the years to get me to where I am now and wonder which ones I could or should have avoided to be a better person.The story was kind of dull around the whole killbot

  8. says:

    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 ...

  9. says:

    So, I definitely consider this the third and final instalment in the Red Dwarf trilogy It s not my favourite of the three but, of course, I still found it fantastic I loved the elements of the show as well as the new plot points, like the agonoids and the detail into Ace s background.There were some problems I had with it, like the fact that it wasn t all as connected as the previous two in terms of plot For example, the Gunmen of the Apocalypse plotline was definitely forced in there towar So, I

  10. says:

    Another enjoyable adventure with the boys from the Dwarf It s interesting to see the difference in writing styles between Doug Naylor and Rob Grant, who wrote the first two books together before writing a their own sequel each It s a little sad that there aren t any books to read,...

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