Doctor Who and the Dinosaur Invasion by Malcolm Hulke.
Any of the Target novels could be selected but I have chosen this one because it tells the story effectively in the limited word count, embellished and extends the story on screen effectively for a book with additions such as the opening chapter which rather unusually opens the book with a pissed-up football supporter being mauled to death, and later a creative decision to bring a mention of a physical feature of a character. This may seem an odd thing but it means that annoying situation of a character being referred to by name in the prose when he appears in a scene told from the point of view from characters who know who he is yet.
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams. Because it shows that you can write seriously and irreverently hand in hand and juggle between the absurdity and threat if a scene.
It depends on the creative drive and construction of the piece in question.
Is it that plastic confetti? Because it creates a mess which is difficult to clear up and has low biodegradable options
Busybodies who have to moan about everything and anything and deliberately look for a flaw, or decide their opinion is fax.
My partner Heather and my Dogs