Douglas Adams' Starship Titanic: A Novel

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Douglas Adams' Starship Titanic: A Novel (novel)
Created byDouglas Adams/Terry Jones
Print publications
Video game(s)The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (1984)
Starship Titanic (1997)

Douglas Adams' Starship Titanic: A Novel is a 1997 novel written by Monty Python member Terry Jones at the request of Douglas Adams, as an adaptation of the video game Starship Titanic, which was written by Adams and featured the vocal talents of Jones.

In 2007, it was re-released as an e-book[1]


At the center of the galaxy, an unknown civilization is preparing for an event of epic proportions, the launch of the most technologically advanced spaceship ever built – the Starship Titanic. The ship that cannot possibly go wrong. Based on an idea of a cruise ship starship disaster mentioned by Adams in the novel, Life, the Universe and Everything.

ISBN 0330354469 / ISBN 9780330354462

Published by Pan Books, 1997


See also


  1. ^ "Douglas Adams's Starship Titanic by Terry Jones". Penguin Random House. Retrieved 1 August 2019..
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