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Summary

Robert wants to be a star in the movies. He has invented a system with his computer that could put the old stars back on the screen, alongside him. He has the script and the money, but Hollywood isn't keen. Could the perfect partnership lie with Ernest Fudgepacker of Fudgepacker's Emporium?

©1996 Robert Rankin (P)2014 Audible Studios

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time travel and more

a real roller coaster of a story with time travel and beautiful women. did not want to take a break.

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  • brian burton
  • 05-01-21

Gotta love, TIME TRAVELING NAZI'S!

I have recently discovered Mr. Rankin's books and I am enthralled by the world of silliness I have discovered. Thank you Mr. Rankin!!!

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  • Armando i. Reyes
  • 25-04-20

Great Robert Rankin story!

Time travelking Nazis making movies is the least weird thing in this stiry, a sort of Brentford trilogy type tale. i do feel the forays into body horror and crerpyness threw me off but they did tie into the story, sort of. Still enoyable though i expected more gags.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 21-04-21

British insanity

Over all it was good...though some good f the backtracking for time travel dragged on a bit longer than I like.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 31-03-21

time travel is not easy

traveling through time, with all those paradoxes, is hard subject for a story. Rankin made a good and twisting, yet coherrent story about it.

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  • David Behrns
  • 11-11-20

Very odd and very funny

It is one of those stories that doesn't quite make sense until the end when all the bits fall in to place. I guessed some of the surprises but no where near all of them and there were many. After it is over you need to give it one last think through just to make sure you got it all. I loved it.