And Another Thing ...

Douglas Adams' Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: Part Six of Three

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Gabriele Quaglia
Ha scritto il 18/01/16
Impossible but necessary
Douglas Adams himself admitted the end of "Mostly Harmless" was a bit bleak, and he would probably need to go back to the series and write a sixth book to end the story. He didn't as, ironically enough, Death stroke him down with a heart attack while...Continua
Ely-Baby
Ha scritto il 14/01/13

I really liked this, I think it brought new life to the series. I don't really know why nobody likes it. I think Douglas Adams would have been proud of this book.

Leela4
Ha scritto il 13/03/11
While the dialogue might work in a Hitchhiker's radio play, the motivations are always new and unfamiliar. Most of what happens with Ford, Arthur, Trillian, and Random is not very interesting. Nevertheless the book does have moments of good satire...Continua
Cypher
Ha scritto il 20/03/10
A nice "in the middle"!
Started really well, but in the middle the main characters almost disappear and the overall pace of the story loses something. Anyway in the end everything wraps up properly and the book ends leaving a nice smile on your face. It's not a conclusion,...Continua

Leela4
Ha scritto il Mar 13, 2011, 22:04
Forty-seven million to one against. Piddling odds for anyone or anything inside the footprint of an Infinite Improbability Drive's spool-down corona of coincidence and serendipity.
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