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Adams: So Long, and Thanks For All the Fish review
I still claim the first part was great and the sequels were... not. The fourth part of the Hitchhiker series by Douglas Adams is quite mundane. It concentrates on Arthur: how he returns to Earth (or some version of it) and meets the love of his life, looses her and then magically finds her again.
The book consists of flying, really awkward wooing and a little bit of what it's supposed to be a.k.a. the space parody.
But they do find out what is the last message God has left for his creations.
If you've read the previous parts, you'll read this one too. But don't expect too much of it.
/ [Caterin S.
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