By Doug Naylor
Lister gazed out of the porthole and catalogues the sequence of failures that had led him up to now in house and time: the undesirable judgements, the bad occupation offerings, the unreliable friendships that had led him right here - on a jail send certain for the main inhospitable penal colony within the outer cosmos...and all he'd ever sought after was once to be a smooth steel guitar icon. this can be the start of the 3rd and eagerly awaited purple dwarf novel the place Lister begins out by means of looking for his Doppelganger and finally ends up having the way forward for the human race on his shoulders.
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