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Old 08-12-2005, 01:34 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Mr Flibble
I also started re-reading the Red Dwarf novel Infinty Welcomes Careful Drivers. Its an astonishing read, with the humour flying left right and centre.
I love the Red Dwarf novels - at least, the three that act as a single book (Infinity Welcomes Careful Drivers, Better Than Life and Backwards.) In fact, as sad as it may be, I may have read those books more times over than any others. Brilliant humour throughout, and they totally compliment the TV show. You learn a lot more about Lister and co, and the characters motives are a lot more thought out than they appear in the sitcom. Fantastic!

Scabb - you should love Gullivers Travels. Absolutely hilarious, and real biting satire. One of my favourite classics


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