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Douglas Adams at his best, a collection of articles I would have missed if not assembled in this book. Made me laugh continuously throughout.Published 17 days ago by Steve Hodkin
The worst of Douglas adams. The first three were amazing, as we know, and the last three, including this one, is worse than 50 shades of gray and twilight combined. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Quinlin
The story just stopped. I know it was an after the fact book but it was not put together very well in my mind anyway.Published 3 months ago by Gene
Haven't read it yet, but I plan to soon. I love the idea that you get to see inside the mind of one of the greatest authors I've ever encountered in the literary world.Published 4 months ago by Julie Hustoft
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What is really too bad is that we've been without Douglas Adams since 2001, I think. Imagine what he'd have to say about the environment now, and in the funniest terms. Do you know anyone who still writes a bit like Douglas Adams?
Jul 7, 2012 by Maaja Wentz | See all 3 posts
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It's only Mostly Harmless that is a bit more dark, it's still a good book but doesn't have the normal Douglas Adams happy but odd ending.
Feb 21, 2009 by David Rogers | See all 2 posts
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