This Way to Spaceship
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You've probably heard the rumours about the world ending in 2012 right? Did you know that the smart and powerful people are secretly building three giant spaceships in which to make a getaway but it's only for them? And did you also know that to get on one of those spaceships and escape you've got to be a VIP? That's right, you've got to MAKE IT BIG! You didn't know? You don't know how? Rhys Darby has written just the book for you. Get noticed? Dance like a demon? Score with the opposite sex? Not just talk the talk but walk the talk as you walk? And achieve fame and fortune? This book won't just change your life - it will save it! The result is a book as zany and hilarious as Rhys Darby himself. Now is the time to act, people!' shouts Darby. 'Get off your ass and make sure you're on the invite list.' 'But just to start with: read this book!'

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Product details

  • Paperback | 220 pages
  • 152 x 228 x 24mm | 580.6g
  • Hachette Australia
  • Sydney, Australia
  • English
  • 0733628761
  • 9780733628764
  • 159,367

About Rhys Darby

Rhys Darby is a very talented man from New Zealand whose work as a stand-up comedian, actor and writer has earned him fans and acclaim around the world. He is currently best known for playing Murray, the band manager, in the HBO television series Flight of the Conchords, with fellow Kiwis and friends Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement. This was a role he originally played in the BBC Radio 2 series of the same name. Rhys is never far from his stand-up comedy roots. He has been reducing audiences to what has been described as 'bewildered hysteria' since he launched himself on the world circuit in 2002. His stand-up comedy act involves an hilarious blend of craziness, sound effects, characters and physical movement that blend into a truly unique style of comedy performance. He is an acclaimed cult figure worldwide and regularly sells out theatres in the US, Canada, the UK, Australia and New Zealand.

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