Life, the Universe, and Everything

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The inhabitants of the planet Krikkit are unhappy and tired of looking at the night sky above their heads. They decide to destroy it – the universe. Now, only five individuals stand between the universe and their dream of total annihilation.

What makes this book stand out?

One of the most plotted in the series, there is a sense of wonder about the people in the universe. The fictitious story line is also interesting.

Read it for

The book will put a smile on your face. The plot is simple, and there is enough humour to laugh, and not smirk.

Don't read it for

The story is too superficial and way too futuristic. Compared to the first two books in the series, this book is not quite an easy or fun read. Clever passages are fewer and may get boring.

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