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While the ending is a bit abrupt for my taste, if you like whimsy, you'll get an ample helping with this book.
I laughed out loud so often while reading LONG DARK TEA TIME that I cried, and found myself reading and re-reading passages to savor them again and again.
Another wonderful story by Douglas Adams - full of wit, great metaphors and similes, and wonderful observations about life.
So I love everything Douglas Adams wrote. The world lost him much too soon.Published 23 days ago by Naomi E.
*Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul* leads off with these lines: "It can hardly be a coincidence that no language on earth has ever produced the expression 'As pretty as an... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karen Wingoof
Not quite up to the first, but a wonderful romp with a brilliant author. Read this before reading Gaiman's "American Gods" and try not to snicker.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
And oh how I wish he had written more. Time and again I like to re read my favorite paperbacks. This is one that I can grab in a pinch and read for the fourth, fifth time.Published 4 months ago by korilynn e strojny
I love this book. It's quirky and silly and a whole bunch of win. I don't know why this one just flew under the radar. It's delightful.Published 4 months ago by Patricia Johnson
Again Douglas Adams lives up to expectations. This ranks up with my favorites from his catalog of publications. I recommend.Published 4 months ago by William Boring
Okay, I have read the book before. Many times. But it was worth it to buy it again in kindle version. Love the story. Love the new god.Published 5 months ago by PMC
The book is a good, light distraction from daily life. It's not quite as good as the first but has its charms.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer