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The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide to the GalaxyIn one complete volume, here are the five classic novels from Douglas Adams s beloved Hitchhiker series. The Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy (Nominated as. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy | Adams, Douglas | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. I thought this hörbuch would be perfect, since I've read the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy several times through in English, so I don't get lost even if I can't.
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To build a bypass. For revenge. For fun. A gem. A ship. A boat. Zaphod is planning to resign. The President has no real power.
Zaphod is extremely shy. Zaphod is very qualified to be President. A girl Zaphod picked up. A member of the press. An inventor.
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As I listen, I recall where I have read ideas as fanciful as his before: in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
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Retrieved 5 June The Complete X-Files: Behind the Scenes, the Myths, and the Movies. San Rafael, California: Insight Editions. And the runaway politician surprisingly not exactly honest , Zaphod Beeblebrox is on board, so is his two heads and three arms, with his girlfriend Trillian and Marvin, the paranoid robot, don't talk to it, he's very depressing, you would want to crush him, with your bare hands As the semi cousin what's that?
All the galaxy, are after the Heart of Gold, the new spaceship which can cross the Milky Way, in a flash, on ship the greedy, seek the legendary, lost and fabulously rich planet, Magratha.
In the vastness of the whole endless Universe everything's is possible, except an android like Marvin Remember the Guide's motto, "Don't Panic" View all 20 comments.
This is a wholly remarkable book. You can buy a copy at the bookstore, download it from Kindle, or check it out at the library.
Go ahead, leave work, duck out of school, cancel that appointment and just read and enjoy. Tell them Dr.
Johnny Fever has prescribed this and it is necessary for your health. It was AMAZING! Adams humorous writing and good as pizza dialogue makes this GREAT.
View all 9 comments. Oct 28, Dr. Summary Throwback Review Along with his friend, Arthur Dent escapes from Earth before it was demolished and goes for a hilarious yet intriguing trip through the galaxy.
Some fascinating facts related to this this book I thought that this was a book mainly for the younger audience, and I wouldn't enjoy it.
That, at last, convinced me to read this book. And it was an absolute joy to read. Why are so many people obsessed with this book?
For knowing more about it. I am sharing the excerpts from Elon Musk's interview here. The same goes for a beautiful human brain. But, sometimes, we forget that orders come from creatures of habit.
And, sometimes, habits must be broken in the name of efficiency and progress. They will flow all the way down the chain, injecting themselves right into your products and services.
That goes for any level of organization, all the way up to whole societies. Lunchtime doubly so. Then, after a second or so, nothing continued to happen.
View all 12 comments. Apr 28, carol. Shelves: my-library , humor , classic , favorites , audio , sci-fi. Fry has the perfect 'narrator' voice, and I generally enjoyed most of his character voices.
Ford Prefect often has a rakish tone, his reading of Arthur Dent is note-perfect clueless, and Zaphod Beeblebrox has a deliciously smarmy confidence.
It was a bit of a revelation to find Marvin more amusing in audio than when I read the book, although I feel like Fry might have given him a tad too much despondent enthusiasm.
His reading of the Vogon gibberish as the Babel fish was inserted and translated it into English had me laughing. No, my biggest problem is that I think sometimes Fry got a little too involved in the story, and his character voices bled together.
He'd suddenly remember who was speaking, and pull Zaphod out of dashing Ford territory and back into cocky confidence, but it was often enough and in dialogue enough that I definitely noticed as a trend, not an instance.
Well, no matter; still utterly engaging. There was a distracting formatting issue where the pause between chapters must have been edited out between the end of the previous chapter, Fry reading the chapter heading ex.
Though Audible claims this is unabridged, I either spaced out a few moments entirely possible or it isn't, quite. I'll have to give it another listen-through as I'm driving.
But I'm definitely enthusiastic about moving on to The Restaurant at the End of the Universe if Fry is reading. View all 26 comments. From what I can tell, I'm not in the majority when it comes to rating The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams.
I'm giving it a 3, which means I still liked it This was a book club selection from about 6 or 7 years ago.
We agreed to read just the first one in the series. And it was the first science-fiction novel we took on. I was excited.
Several had already read it but wanted to again. I'm generally a fan of cra From what I can tell, I'm not in the majority when it comes to rating The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams.
I'm generally a fan of crazy humor. I love Spaceballs, the movie. I kinda liken it to that, but for some reason, this wasn't as funny as I felt everyone said it was.
Tons of laughs. Many great lines. The characters were memorable. I'm pretty sure there are a few movie or cartoon adaptions of it. And I honestly would recommend that everyone read it -- even non SF fans.
There are parts you will totally enjoy. But it's hard to get into for a non-SF reader right from the beginning. My first reactions were "Oh that's not possible Very imaginative.
Lots of cool commentary on life as other people would see it. A fair approach for someone new to the universe, so to speak. I may go back and read it now that I'm older and have read a few other SF and fantasy books.
I'm curious About Me For those new to me or my reviews I write A LOT. And now I blog A LOT. Leave a comment and let me know what you think.
Vote in the poll and ratings. Thanks for stopping by. I'm a firm believer that every budding reader ought to read this book first so they can be utterly and completely ruined for literature for the rest of their lives.
Of course, if you're an older reader, with experience and verve when it comes to words, you might also be completely ruined for literature for the rest of your life, too, but I'm not counting you.
In fact, I don't care about you. I have a towel. And I know how to USE IT. It's almost, but not quite entirely unlike having a clue.
Fortunat I'm a firm believer that every budding reader ought to read this book first so they can be utterly and completely ruined for literature for the rest of their lives.
Fortunately, I, myself had been totally ruined for literature early on my life and I think I might have read this book around seven or eight times before I got the idea that nothing else I would ever read would quite stack up to it and afterward, I just decided to become Marvin and assume that the whole world was not quite worth living.
But, again, fortunately, I remembered that I was an Earthling and I could replace most of my cognitive centers with "What? So that's what I did and ever since I've been reading normal books and saying "What?
You SEE? Happy endings DO happen. As long as you're not a pot of Petunias. Of course, that story would take WAY too long to tell.
I think I want to grab a bite to eat. Maybe I ought to meet the meat. View all 18 comments. Jul 15, Luffy rated it liked it. This book was more Sylvie and Bruno and less Alice in Wonderland.
I didn't know what to make of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. I didn't know when to laugh and what was serious.
The treatment given to this story is phantasmagorical. The gags and mini episodic adventures are absurd, pertinently so.
The fate of the planet Magrathea is a dream for communists. I tried to get it, you know. But I don't get most of British humour.
I don't get most of Monty Python's Flying Circus, and I don't get Wo This book was more Sylvie and Bruno and less Alice in Wonderland.
I don't get most of Monty Python's Flying Circus, and I don't get Wodehouse and Evelyn Waugh. But what my rating of 3 stars show is that I recognise a master of the word when his pen is being wielded.
Such daring too. I loved that part. View all 16 comments. They stumbled out of the Heart of Gold and looked around them.
It was very quiet among the tall buildings. The ground was covered with brightly-colored objects that, from a distance, looked a little like paperback novels.
Trillian picked one up. Dangerous Secrets , by Lisa Marie Rice A Little Harmless Pleasure , by Melissa Schroeder. They're all women's erotica!
The rest of this review is available elsewhere the location cannot be given for Goodreads policy reasons The ridiculousness of the plot sometimes was just too much and brought up me from the story.
Some parts of this book were actually really interesting, but a lot of things were just annoying. I understand why people like it, but sadly it was just not for me.
Jun 13, Will M. This is another instance where it's daunting to write a review because the novel is well-known and loved by millions of people.
I'm glad that I can finally say that I've read this. I've finally read and enjoyed one of the most influential books of the sci-fi genre.
I understand all the buzz regarding this novel. This is the first time in my whole life that I laughed out loud whil This is another instance where it's daunting to write a review because the novel is well-known and loved by millions of people.
This is the first time in my whole life that I laughed out loud while reading a novel. I've never believed that a novel could be humorous enough to make me elicit more than a giggle or a smile.
This novel changed my perception of humor novels in general. I finally have faith in that genre, and an even stronger desire to read more important Sci-Fi novels.