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Meanwhile, during an audition for a gig on the Princess Di a solar cruise ship , his two employers inadvertently become involved in a terriorist plot against Mars, the planet of showbiz. Can Carlton prevent Alex and Lewis from losing their gigs, overcome the love thing and finally understand the meaning of comedy in the universe?

From one of the original members of "Monty Python's Flying Circus". Is it sci-fi?

The Road To Mars: A Post-modem Novel

A Pythonesque romp? A nail-biting thriller? A literary experiment? Comedian and writer Idle's 'post-modern novel' rather defies description. A disguised treatize on the history of comedy and the philosophy of laughter, this is also a sneaky attempt to beat cosmologist Steven Hawking to a unified theory.

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Perhaps the best way to describe this diverse and slippery story is to say that it's mind expanding, sparkling with witty wordplay and hugely enjoyable. Read it if you've ever wondered whether humour was more sense than nonsense. Kirkus UK. Help Centre.

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The Road to Mars: A Post-Modem Novel by Eric Idle

Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Carlton is an android working for Alex and Lewis, two comedians from the twenty-second century who travel the outer vaudeville circuit of the solar system known ironically as the "Road to Mars". Being a computer he can't understand irony, but is nevertheless attempting to write a thesis about comedy, its place in evolution, and whether it can ever be cured.

He is studying the comedians of the late twentieth century including obscure and esoteric comedy acts such as "Monty Python's Flying Circus" in his search for the comedy gene.

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Meanwhile, during an audition for a gig on the Princess Di a solar cruise ship , his two employers inadvertently become involved in a terriorist plot against Mars, the planet of showbiz. Can Carlton prevent Alex and Lewis from losing their gigs, overcome the love thing and finally understand the meaning of comedy in the universe?

From one of the original members of "Monty Python's Flying Circus". Is it sci-fi?

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A Pythonesque romp? A nail-biting thriller?

A literary experiment? Comedian and writer Idle's 'post-modern novel' rather defies description. A disguised treatize on the history of comedy and the philosophy of laughter, this is also a sneaky attempt to beat cosmologist Steven Hawking to a unified theory.

Perhaps the best way to describe this diverse and slippery story is to say that it's mind expanding, sparkling with witty wordplay and hugely enjoyable.