Terry Jones, British science fiction

Douglas Adamsí Starship Titanic (1997, United Kingdom)

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Douglas Adamsí Starship Titanic  1997 sci-fi book

Novel by Terry Jones (yes, the one from Monty Pythonís Flying Circus) based on the Douglas Adams video game Starship Titanic. Written with typical for Adams and Jones humour and very twisted approach towards the science fiction.

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