The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

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Number of Pages
193
Publication year
1997
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4.22/5 (205328 ratings)

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You can find romance, adventure and drama usually linked with the serious Sci-Fi genre, but Adam Douglas’ unusual, unbounded and unconventional comedy which belittles grave threats and all that is wrong with the world in ways which would magnify it for the world to realize, has fascinated the world, the galaxy.

Benign observations and malevolently hysterical implementations by Adam sends one drifting, thinking how important little things are, such as knowing where your towel is.

Arthur Dent is saved by his friend Ford Prefect, who is neither a car nor a human, moments before Earth faces its destruction. Ford is working on a travel guide-cum-encyclopedia for interstellar travelers, while travelling on a ship stolen by the President of the Galaxy, another escapee human and Marvin- a robot who can feel but chooses to be in despair all the time. It is an adventure, a guide which seemingly could help you across the galaxy, and certainly on Earth yet to be destroyed.

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