|The Man in the Rubber Mask|
Penguin Books Ltd (1994), Paperback, 208 pages
|I'd been looking for this book for ages, as it is quite rare, so it was exciting to find it at Gould's the other day. This is the memoir of the dude inside the rubber mask that Kryten wears in Red Dwarf. The book is an easy read, and entertaining, although I wouldn't call it funny. Most of the book focuses on how terribly horrible it is to be encased in rubber day after day while shooting a comedy in terrible locations. Oh, and Robert is slightly insecure which doesn't help.
Overall I'm glad I found this book, and glad I read it again.
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