Mostly Harmless

Mostly Harmless

by Douglas Adams (William Heinemann, 1992); audiobook read by Martin Freeman (Bolinda, 2006)

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An ingeniously plotted novel—by far the most coherent of the Hitchhiker’s books—and one in which Adams at last paid attention to characterisation; but the effect is spoiled somewhat by an incongruous (if by then expected) jokiness in the prose style.



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