And Another Thing ...: Douglas Adams' Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: Part Six of Three

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Penguin Books Limited, May 27, 2010 - Fiction - 368 pages
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Arthur Dent's accidental association with that wholly remarkable book The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy has not been entirely without incident.

Arthur has travelled the length, breadth and depth of known, and unknown, space. He has stumbled forwards and backwards through time. He has been blown up, reassembled, cruelly imprisoned, horribly released and colourfully insulted more than is strictly necessary. And, of course, he has comprehensively failed to grasp the meaning of life, the universe and everything.

Arthur has, though, finally made it home to Earth. But that does not mean he has escaped his fate.

For Arthur's chances of getting his hands on a decent cuppa are evaporating along with the world's oceans. Because no sooner has he arrived than he finds out that Earth is about to be blown up . . . again.

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Review: And Another Thing... (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy #6)

User Review  - Abbie Gonzalez - Goodreads

The ending upset me so much, my ereader found itself across the room. The book was somewhat tedious (severe overuse of the guide notes), but it does get better. And the ending is what was needed, even though i did not like it. It's not a Douglas Adams book, but it's still good. Read full review

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User Review  - Ruth Fanshaw - Goodreads

I'm glad that this book was written. We know that Douglas Adams didn't want the series to end in the way that he left it at the end of "Mostly Harmless" (cf. "The Salmon of Doubt", pages 185-186). And ... Read full review

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Eoin (pronounced 'Owen') Colfer secured the largest ever advance for a children's novel by an unknown author in October 2000. He cast a spell on the publishing world with Artemis Fowl, and hasn't looked back since. Colfer lives in Wexford, Ireland, with his wife, Jackie, and their two sons.

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