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1st Review – The absurdity in the story and its world was of the specific kind I care about — an absurdity that manages to parallel this world’s absurdity but tinged with mystery, whimsy, and wonder, of course. It’s the kind of absurdity that exists in the stupendous Doctor Who, which makes sense, and exists somewhat in Dead Like Me. I don’t find much purpose for the other kind of absurdity. You know the kind, that ragged, empty, cold, fraught, and menacing absurdity that lives in the Batman’s Joker and performance art projects by people with bold, asymmetrical hair cuts. Shudder. It’s all right. I’ve found my way back. I’ll now take joy in reading Chris’s hefty and timeworn Ultimate Hitchhiker’s Guide, rather than approach it with the dread of potentially being shanked.
2nd Review about The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy PDF Book by Douglas Adams – The story starts with a bleak outlook on life on Earth, of course. While Arthur Dent, a regular human being, is in a rage over a bulldozer which is about to tear down his house to make space for a bypass road, a slightly bigger construction project in space causes an alien company to erase the whole planet Earth for the same reason. Gone is our home, just moments before the extraterrestrial company receives information to the effect that the demolition of Earth is unnecessary. Well, it is not the first time unnecessary things have happened in the construction business, and Earth is not that important anyway, from a universal standpoint, as Arthur realises while travelling with an alien journalist researching for a book called “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”. After 15 years of studying Earth, he is able to expand the entry on our planet by adding a “mostly” to the previous one-word comment summing up our entire globe: “harmless”. Arthur, reflecting on the loss of Trafalgar Square and McDonalds as the planet is destroyed, has a moment of hardship accepting that all that is left of his previous home now is a redundant note on it being “mostly harmless”.
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams PDF : eBook Information
- Full Book Name – The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
- Author of this Book – Douglas Adams
- Language – English
- Book Genre –Fiction, Classics, Science Fiction, Humour
- Download Format – PDF
- Size – 1.2 MB
- eBook Pages –257
- Price – Free