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Life, the Universe and Everything by Douglas Adams
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Aug 13, 08

really liked it
bookshelves: humour, science-fiction, 4-star

This is where the series faulters slightly. Not by much, but the Krikket reference can get a bit tired, and the 'Bistromatics' is just plain silly, even by Douglas Adams' standards. Still, that said it is still an absolute joy and nothing else can touch it. We meet several new characters who are superb beings that you just wish were real (who knows, they may yet prove to be so!) including the ruler of the universe.

Non fans may find it slightly tiresome, but for the rest of us it's just another day with out thumb outstretched.

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