Hitchhiker: A Biography of Douglas Adams

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Justin, Charles & Co., Apr 29, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 432 pages
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Douglas Adams was a driven and gifted polymath who cut a colorful swath in radio, television, live theater, comic books, computer games, CD-ROM, and the Internet before dying tragically in 2001 at 49. In "Hitchhiker," Simpson has produced a rich, revealing chronicle of one of the most wildly creative minds of our time.

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User Review  - Patrick DiJusto - Goodreads

It's actually pretty good. The author takes a very sympathetic tone towards Adams, while still managing to get the point across that practically nothing Adams ever said in an interview setting was the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bill Porter - Goodreads

I reached page 163 before throwing in the towel. And dipped through the rest. Way too much microscopic detail for me, and yet I felt I hadn't even started to know Adams at all. Pity. Read full review

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