And Another Thing...

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Hyperion, Oct 12, 2009 - Fiction - 275 pages
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An Englishman's continuing search through space and time for a decent cup of tea . . .

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

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

Arthur's chances of getting his hands on a decent cuppa have evaporated rapidly, along with all the world's oceans. For no sooner has he touched down on the planet Earth than he finds out that it is about to be blown up . . . again.

And Another Thing . . . is the rather unexpected, but very welcome, sixth installment of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series. It features a pantheon of unemployed gods, everyone's favorite renegade Galactic President, a lovestruck green alien, an irritating computer, and at least one very large slab of cheese.

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User Review  - Lindoula - LibraryThing

I was skeptical of this, because let's face it, sequels by a new author don't usually work out. But I wanted to give it a shot in case it was one of those rare exceptions. Unfortunately, it wasn't ... Read full review

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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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About the author (2009)

Eoin Colfer is the New York Times best-selling author of the Artemis Fowl series, Airman, Half Moon Investigations, The Supernaturalist, Eoin Colfer's Legend of... books, The Wish List, Benny and Omar; and Benny and Babe. He lives in Ireland with his wife and two children.

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