Jay Martel

Channel Blue



'Skip the blurbs and just start reading this very funny book' MICHAEL MOORE.

Earth used to be Galaxy Entertainment's most lucrative show. The inhabitants of the Western Galaxy — the saviest, richest demographic in the Milky Way — just couldn't get enough of the day-to-day details of the average Earthling's life.

But Channel Blue's ratings are flagging and its producers are planning a spectacular finale. In just three weeks, their TV show will go out with a bang. The trouble is, so will Earth.

Only one man can save our planet and he's hardly a likely hero…
376 printed pages
Publication year
2013
Publisher
Head of Zeus
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    Perry recognised the music. It was an instrumental version of ‘Suspicious Minds’
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    GROUNDED IN REALITY

    Believability.

    Perry Bunt pronounced the word slowly and solemnly, hoping this would help it sink into the skulls of his screenwriting students.

    Without believability, you have no hope of involving the audience in your story.

    The students in his 10 a.m. class stared back blankly at Perry, their minds occupied, no doubt, with how to argue the believability of a dog with extrasensory powers or a flying baby. On the one hand, Perry couldnt help but admire the courage of their convictions. Once he too had possessed this kind of confidence.

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