Last Chance to See

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Random House Publishing Group, Sep 21, 2011 - Nature - 256 pages
8 Reviews
"Very funny and moving...The glimpses of rare fauna seem to have enlarged [Adams'] thinking, enlivened his world; and so might the animals do for us all, if we were to help them live."
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Join bestselling author Douglas Adams and zooligist Mark Carwardine as they take off around the world in search of exotic, endangered creatures. Hilarious and poignant--as only Douglas Adams can be--LAST CHANCE TO SEE is an entertaining and arresting odyssey through the Earth's magnificent wildlife galaxy.

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seeing the world with a sci fi humorist

User Review  - jill f - Borders

I loved Hitchhikers Guide (the book, not the horrible movie), and I was so upset when Douglas Adams died and I realized there would be no more to it. So I looked up his other titles, and here was a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Colleen Posley - Goodreads

Douglas Adams teamed up with a crew from BBC to go around the world and find endangered species. That's not funny, it's sad. You're looking for creatures that you're not entirely sure will actually ... Read full review

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HEARTBEATS IN THE NIGHT
RARE OR MEDIUM RARE?
MARKS EPILOGUE
SIFTING THROUGH THE EMBERS
Copyright

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Douglas Adams (1952 2001) is a legend of imaginative fiction, having ushered in the advent of comedic science fiction with "The Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy. "The book developed into a full series of five novels, all of which were vastly successful. The Hitchhiker series, along with his two Dirk Gently novels, have helped cement Adams as one of the most successful and beloved authors in science fiction, having sold over 15 million books.

Mark Carwardine

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