Brilliant, Silly, Absurd.
Arthur Dent, for all his nebbish and pedantic behavior, is my favorite character. I think his reactions to all of ridiculous sights are those that the average person would have, and his inability to deal with the random, chaotic nature of the universe is very human.
I enjoyed how he read Ford Prefect. It's a stark contrast to Dent. Ford just seems to accept everything and Fry reads the character very naturally.
Yes; however, I did not. The car ride isn't long enough.
Fry is great, but Freeman is amazing. There's just something more playful in Freeman's performance. If there's one complaint, it's the chapter breaks. I like when my audiobooks have the same chapter breaks ad my physical books or kindle books. This is a problem throughout the series.
I've heard this book referred to so often, I had an inkling I must have read it. I liked Adams's imagination and bent background to our civilisation. And it had a fine amount of interesting science fiction nonsense. Though due to the world and aliens he talked about so often & randomly, I found it more jutting with distractions than an enjoyable story.
I am a working mom who loves to squeeze in listening to books while walking, doing chores or commuting.
No, it was not a book I enjoyed at all. The ending was not an ending.
I would have actually made an easy follow plot with a point.
He was OK.
I think it was.
a story about nothing, not sure why it was so popular. It neither asks or answers any questions and really isn't all that funny.
The choice of narrator complemented the voice of the book perfectly. This is my favorite of all my audiobooks, and I have quite a few.