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Mostly Harmless by Douglas Adams
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Feb 13, 2011

it was amazing
Read in February, 2011

Arthur Dent. Just an average joe trying to make his way in life. Well, it all hits a wall when he learns that his best friend, Ford, is not from Earth, but a small planet in the area of Betelgeuse. They then hitchhike onto an alien spaceship seconds before the earth is blown to pieces by a volgon destructor fleet to make way for an inter galactic bypass. As you can see, the Earth is still here, and we have not discovered any Volgon destructor ships approaching earth. Douglas Adams creates a science fiction inter dimensional universe that is a fun space adventure. I would suggest this book, and the rest of the series to any science fiction lover. It is like nothing else ever created. It even goes as far as talking mattresses, and paranoid androids. The president of the galaxy has two heads, but tends not to use the brains in either of them. All these factors, make Mostly Harmless a fantastic story.

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Steven Your review has little or nothing to actually do with this book in the series. Did you use the same review on all five books?

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