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Colony by Rob Grant review º 100 Ä [Download] ➵ Colony By Rob Grant – Gym-apparel.co.uk Lifetimes ago the generation ship Willflower set out manned by the cream of humanity on a mission to colonize the stars But by the 10th generation things are starting to go badly wrong The only man wh Lifetimes ago the generation ship Willflower seMorgan and all that remains of his body is his head his spinal column and absolutely nothing else Better yet somebody on board is trying to kill what's left of him. funniest book i have ever read i love the character worrying about their green gloop kept me up literally all night to finish it

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To go badly wrong The only man who can save the ship is astrophysical Dr Piers Morton Only he's not an astrophysical engineer he's not a doctor he's not even Piers. I found this book frustratingly uneven Loved how I was drawn into the story within the first few pages in a fashion reminiscent of a classic Heinlein opening But just as the story had gained some momentum it suddenly went off the rails morphing into a poor approximation of a Douglas Adams novelI have a feeling that with a good director the story line could be turned into an interesting script for TV or film but as a book it didn't uite work for me

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Colony by Rob GraLifetimes ago the generation ship Willflower set out manned by the cream of humanity on a mission to colonize the stars But by the th generation things are starting. Eddie O'Hare perennial loser switches places with CP Gordon a genius level social scientist and embarks on a voyage to the stars aboard the Willflower a colony ship designed to take the cream of the crop on an extended voyage to another world Eddie ends up in deep freeze and awakens ten generations later appalled at what's become of the crewSo I bought this because Rob Grant was half of the team that wrote Red Dwarf While Colony feels like an exceptionally dark episode of Red Dwarf it's just not the same For one thing there isn't a whole lot of humor and what there is seems forced While I got a few chuckles I feel like there was a reason the partnership was called Grant Naylor and this book perfectly illustrates that It's as if Dough Naylor ran off with the joke book and left Grant with what was left over This feels like a Red Dwarf plot that wasn't funny enough to make the cut I'd give it a 25 if I could but not a 3