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Mostly Harmless (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy) Mass Market Paperback – February 1, 2000
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“Hitchhiker fans rejoice! . . . [Here’s] more of the same zany nonsensical mayhem.”—New York Times Book Review
“It is Mr. Adams’s genius to hurl readers into a plot that seems to go everywhere and nowhere, then suddenly drop the pieces into place, click, click, click, like tumblers in a lock. . . . Delightful.”—Baltimore Sun
From the Trade Paperback edition.
From the Inside Flap
s is back with the amazing, logic-defying, but-why-stop-now fifth novel in the Hitchhiker Trilogy. Here is the epic story of Random, who sets out on a transgalactic quest to find the planet of her ancestors. Line drawings.
From the Hardcover edition.
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With Mostly Harmless, Douglas Adams returns to his much loved Hitchhikers style of writing.
One could say that the story comes full circle, because the series which starts with the Earth being blown to bits, ends with the earth being blow to bits, again.
Arthur is finally relieved of his burden, and we feel happy for him. Although not all the Hitchhikers characters we love are not in this story, as was the case with So Long, but I could not not like this story. I did miss Marvin, though.