I have read all of the Douglas Adams books from when they were first published.
Yes and No. I greatly enjoyed the Hitchhilers Guide to The Galaxy and have don since its first publishing. It is part of my education.
I was hoping that Stephen fry was going to do more of the narration but sadly not the case.
This is the final of the printed works of Douglas Adams. It is a collection of the newspaper columns and thoughts on a disparate topics.
Fast forward through the introductions. They are the friends of Douglas Adams telling us what a talented author and great guy he was. While these were great words for his funeral they add nothing to the otherwise great collection of the thoughts of Douglas Adams.
I particularly love the definition of what it takes to ignore someone.
When you see the name Terry Pratchett on a book it defines a quality of the writing, a plot that while left of field is enjoyable and captivating and characters that you end up being really interested in. This book had none of that. The only reason why I finished the story was that I was hopeing that something was going to happen. What a huge disappointment.
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