Tags » Douglas Adams

Book of the Week #5:

Life, the Universe and Everything,

by Douglas Adams

“The point is, you see,” said Ford, “that there is no point in driving yourself mad trying to stop yourself going mad.

680 more words

Universally Endearing!

When first reading this book, I had expected it to be quite dull and lacking in style. However, Adams managed to make a sci-fi story about the universe and the many creatures within both simple in language and style. 144 more words

Heading for the Political Graveyard

As most readers know, London will elect a new mayor on May 5. One of the candidates will end up sitting pretty in City Hall while the others could be heading for the political graveyard. 154 more words



In celebration of the life and work of British author Douglas Adams, who passed away in May 2001, This month’s theme is Hitchhikers. Stories should be no more than 2001 words long. 205 more words

Z is for Zaphod Beeblebrox #atozchallenge

GOING OUT WITH A HUGE NERD BANG!  That would be the Vogon Constructor Fleet making way for the hyperspace bypass…  Never fear, we are equipped with  The Hitchhiker’s Guide To the Galaxy. 140 more words


The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

Author: Douglas Adams

“Το πρώτο μέρος από τα έξι της ανεπανάληπτης τριλογίας.“

Μόνο και μόνο από αυτή την περιγραφή στο εξώφυλλο του βιβλίου, πρέπει –λίγο πολύ– όλοι να καταλαβαίνουμε που πέφτουμε. 15 more words

Douglas Adams

#TBT: So Long and Thanks for All The Fish, Book 4 of The Hitchiker’s Guide to The Galaxy Trilogy by Douglas Adams

[Originally posted on Goodreads December 7, 2014]

Arthur Dent has been on quite an adventure these past few years. After settling down on the planet of Krikkit for a while, he decides to go planet-hopping, and, somehow, ends up back on earth—the planet that was supposed to have been destroyed by the Vogons. 418 more words