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And yes, I do like happy endings, and this book does not have one.
I just re-read this after re-reading the other books in the series, and I really didn't remember much about it from the first time.
Why, you get Mostly Harmless, the fifth book in the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy series by Douglas Adams.
Not as good as hitchhiker's guide and restaurant at the end of the universe... But still pretty damn funnyPublished 1 month ago by Roy
When I first read this, I was over obsessed with the seemingly depressing ending. However, the jokes along the way are great and Don't take Random too seriously. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephen Tomporowski
Douglas Adams can do no wrong. This series is one of the best science fiction humour franchises of all time.Published 2 months ago by Barry Hammock
Classic tale in the Hitchhiker series from Adams. British humor at it's finest in the SF genre.Published 2 months ago by Allen D. Patterson
When this book was first published, I found it overly grim and, frankly, depressing. It's short, and doesn't include numerous popular characters from earlier in the series,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Neurasthenic
Bought the entire series on recommendation from a friend. Enjoyed them greatly.Published 3 months ago by ---j
So I love everything Douglas Adams wrote. The world lost him much too soon.Published 3 months ago by Naomi E.
It's not uplifting like the other books in the series. However, the fourth book was unsettling (Fenchurch's feet never touching the ground--talk about freakiness) in ways that may... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gnostradamus .com