The story is great. I love Martin Freeman in the movie but his voices made me feel like Marvin, sad. I listened and will continue to listen to the rest of the books read by him in the series and be disappointed if they are all like this one.
The part where they do the thing at the place.
Only if well reviewed, or I have to because it's the other HHGTG books.
Hoopy Frood Fun
Zaphod Beeblebrox... He's just this guy, you know.
Stephen Fry - Keep the same narrator for the entire series
The narration is fine, except for the character voices. Most of the character voices are overdone and don't feel right. Many of the voices have extra effects added that distract from the story. Zaphod with an overdone Boston accent makes me cringe.
Great story but the voice effects were obnoxious. They add some extra echoes and baritones to some non-human characters which makes them difficult to understand.
Loved the book of course, but apparently Martin Freeman decided Zaphod should sound like George Castanza from Seinfeld which bothered me throughout the book. And Zaphod's great grandfather is Bill Cosby. Still overall well done.
I realize this is hitchhikers guide, but a lot of this book was utter nonsense, yes, line from the book. It seemed like it was trying to hard to be funny. The first book had some humor and the plot was funny, but this seemed like it injected side topics just to try and be funny. Good performance by Martin Freeman though. I did like Stephen Fry from book 1 more though.