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Life, the Universe and Everything by Douglas Adams
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Jan 10, 2012

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bookshelves: contemporary-classics, fantasy, fiction, humor, science-fiction, read-aloud-with-matt

The Earth is destroyed for no good reason, and Arthur Dent is saved, for no good reason, by Ford Prefect. They embark on a very strange and hilarious journey through the strange wide universe.

This one is thus far, the weakest of the series. It is still really funny, but I suffered a bit of satire fatigue half way through and found myself wanting to read something else.

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