Very funny. Very fun. Do spend some time with this other character of Douglas Adams'. If you enjoyed Hitchhiker's Guide, you'll like this too.
This is a highly entertaining book by the author of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. There is a lot of similar humor in this book, covering a lot of new material.
It's refreshing to read Douglas Adams and his bizarre sense of story. From seemingly random story lines in the beginning, they all come together in the end...sort of. I'm not sure I understand it all, but time-travelling tends to do that to you. Anyway, a nice, funny, Douglas Adams read.
This is a great book and definitely a good read if you like any of Douglas Adams other books.
This story starts off on several tangents, then towards the last quarter of the book, braids together. It may be hard going at first, and I admit, I had to go back to re-read subtle clues I previously missed, but is a fine read. Douglas Adams not only wrote the Hitchhiker books, but he also wrote scripts for Tom Baker's Dr. Who.