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    • ISBN:9781473224025
    • Publication date:28 Jun 2018
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The Quanderhorn Xperimentations

By Rob Grant and Andrew Marshall

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As heard on Radio 4, from the creators of Red Dwarf and 2.4 Children! Great Britain is stuck in 1952. It is under attack from Martians, Mole men and beatniks. Only one man can save the world - Professor Quanderhorn!

A richer, deeper, more comprehensive exploration of the Quanderhorn phenomenon. With added secrets.

England, 1952.
A time of peace, regeneration and hope. A Golden Age.
Unfortunately, it's been 1952 for the past 65 years.
Meet Professor Quanderhorn: a brilliant, maverick scientific genius with absolutely no moral compass. Assisted by a rag-tag crew - his part-insect "son" (reputedly 'a major breakthrough in Artificial Stupidity'), a recovering amnesiac, a brilliant scientist with a half-clockwork brain, and a captured Martian hostage - he'll save the world.
Even if he has to destroy it in the process.
With his Dangerous Giant Space Laser, Utterly Untested Matter Transfuser Booth and Fleets of Monkey-driven Lorries, he's not afraid to push the boundaries of science to their very limit.
And far, far beyond ...

Biographical Notes

Rob Grant is the co-creator of Red Dwarf and was head writer of Spitting Image. His previous books include Red Dwarf novels, Fat and Incompetnce.
Andrew Marshall wrote and sometimes produced the comedies 2point4children, Dad, Health & Efficiency and the supernatural drama Strange for the BBC.

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  • ISBN: 9781473224049
  • Publication date: 28 Jun 2018
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  • Imprint: Gollancz
Daftly satirical... Grant, a co-creator of RED DWARF, and Marshall, writer of 2POINT4CHILDREN, bring their formidable sitcom talents to bear on this parody of Quartermass and Dan Dare. — FINANCIAL TIMES