So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish (Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, #4)

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So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish (Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, #4) ❰Download❯ ➽ So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish (Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, #4) Author Douglas Adams – Polishdarling.co.uk Back On Earth With Nothing To Show For His Long, Strange Trip Through Time And Space Than A Ratty Towel And A Plastic Shopping Bag, Arthur Dent Is Ready To Believe That The Past Eight Years Were All J Back On Earth With and Thanks PDF ☆ Nothing To Show For His Long, Strange Trip Through Time And Space Than A Ratty Towel And A Plastic Shopping Bag, Arthur Dent Is Ready To Believe That The Past Eight Years Were All Just A Figment Of His Stressed Out Imagination But A Gift Wrapped Fishbowl With A Cryptic Inscription, The Mysterious Disappearance Of Earth S Dolphins, And The Discovery Of His Battered Copy Of The Hitchhiker S Guide To The Galaxy All Conspire To Give Arthur The Sneaking Suspicion That Something Otherworldly Is Indeed Going OnGod Only Knows So Long, PDF/EPUB or What It All Means And Fortunately, He Left Behind A Final Message Of Explanation But Since It S Light Years Away From Earth, On A Star Surrounded By Souvenir Booths, Finding Out What It Is Will Mean Hitching A Ride To The Far Reaches Of Space Aboard A UFO With A Giant Robot But What Else Is New LENGTH Hrs AndMins.


10 thoughts on “So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish (Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, #4)

  1. Daniel Clausen Daniel Clausen says:

    1 You will never read anything so British again in your lifespan 2 If you re a writer, try underlining every adverb in this book Then, read a book on fiction writing that advises you to avoid using adverbs Any ironic chuckling afterwards is optional 3 This book should be rated ...


  2. Henry Avila Henry Avila says:

    An unseen spaceship lands on Earth England , in the rain never knew about all that precipitation there , a man leaves the craft and waves , thanking the crew for the ride, but first going back , he forgot his bag, towels inside Slogs through the mud and muck, in the cold windy darkness, slipping and sliding going up a hill, climbs over a fence and is almost killed, when a speeding automobile Porsche , nearly crushes the stranger on the road The heavy rain pours down, lightning flashes An unseen spaceship lands on Earth England , in the rain never knew about all that precipitation there , a man leaves the craft and waves , thanking the crew for the ride, but first going back , he forgot his bag, towels inside Slogs through the mud and muck, in the cold windy darkness, slipping and sli...


  3. K.D. Absolutely K.D. Absolutely says:

    This book seems to be different from the earlier books in the series It is no longer sci fi since Arthur Dent has come back from space travel to Earth and a good part of the story is his love story Had I not read the first books, I would have liked this as a romantic comedy story So, I guess I was affected by my wrong expectation The plot is tighter than the earlier books There are still those funny moments and my favorite is the biscuit eating scene I had a bittersweet feeling about the d This book seems to be different from the earlier books in the series It is no longer sci fi since Arthur Dent has come back from space travel to Earth and a good part of the story is his love story Had I not read the first books, I would have liked this as a romantic comedy story So, I guess I was affected by my wrong expectation The plot is tighter than the earlier books There are still those funny moments and my favorite is the biscuit eating scene I had a bittersweet feeling about the disappearance of...


  4. Vincent Vincent says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is the fourth book in Douglas Adams Hitchhiker Trilogy no, that s not a typo starting with The Hitchhiker s guide to the galaxy Douglas Adams originally only meant to write two sequels to his original classic, and I m sorry to say, this book shows it In all of Douglas s books, the plot is convoluted at best, with frequent asides and authorial interpretations which works perfectly in the context of sci fi comedy but the plot in this story was so ambiguous, it just didn t have the same This is the fourth book in Douglas Adams Hitchhiker Trilogy no, that s not a typo starting with The Hitchhiker s guide to the galaxy Douglas Adams originally only meant to write two sequels to his original classic, and I m sorry to say, this book shows it In all of Douglas s books, the plot is convoluted at best, with frequent asides and authorial interpretations which works perfectly in the context of sci fi comedy but the plot in this story was so ambiguous, it just didn t have the same effect as the others Ford has gone back to doing research for the guide, as he was d...


  5. J.G. Keely J.G. Keely says:

    The universe is a joke Even before I was shown the meaning of life in a dream at 17 then promptly forgot it because I thought I smelled pancakes , I knew this to be true and yet, I have always felt a need to search for the truth, that nebulous, ill treated creature Adams has always been, to me, to be a welcome co...


  6. Alex Farrand Alex Farrand says:

    3.5 stars So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish is primarily about Arthur being back on Earth Not the same Earth he previous inhabited, since his world blew up in to make room for a highway, but an Earth that didn t blew up and all the dolphins disappeared What random, quirky, and hilarious mysteries lay before Arthur before he can solve the ultimate question If he ever solves it This series is wonderful All the books have made me laugh uncontrollably Arthur goes through so many obstacles t 3.5 stars So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish is primarily about Arthur being back on Earth Not the same Earth he previous inhabited, since his world blew up in to make room for a highway, but an Earth that didn t blew up and all the dolphins disappeared What random, quirky, and hilarious mysteries lay before Arthur before he can solve the ultimate question If he ever solves it This series is wonderful All the books have made me laugh uncontrollably Arthur goes through so many obstacles that are ridiculous, and random that I laugh until my sides hurt A woman interrupts a story five times to give away raffle tickets, or police gangs, or going to an asylum to find someone who has a fish bowl It is really off the wall stuff, and I can t help but having a good time reading these books I am not really sure if these books...


  7. Scarlet Cameo Scarlet Cameo says:

    Arthur no pod a cre rselo Treintasegundos de conversacion y ya lo habia echado a perder Este libro es un giro de tuerca bastante considerable en comparaci n con el resto de los libros de esta saga, se nota un alejamiento considerable al tono y tem tica, pudiendo ubicar m s por el lado de comedia romantico si, dije eso que ciencia ficci n y no es que sea malo, de hecho es una relaci n que puede ser muy divertida pero que aun teniendo a Dent se siente completamente desconectado.PersonalmenteArthur no pod a cre rselo Treintasegundos de conversacion y ya lo habia echado a perder Este libro es un giro de tuerca bastante considerable en comparaci n con el resto de los libros de esta saga, se nota un alejamiento considerable al tono y tem tica, pudiendo ubicar m s por el lado de comedia romantico si, dije eso que ciencia ficci n y no es que sea malo, de hecho es una relaci n que puede ser muy divertida pero que aun teniendo a Dent se siente completamente desconectado.Personalmente la falta de los personajes principales, tanto por la no aparici n de Trillian y Zaphod que la unica menci n que hacen de ellos fue un WTF ra mi como por la poca interacci n entre Arthur y Ford hizo que el libro no me gustar demasiado view spoiler adem s de que no pued...


  8. Sean T Sean T says:

    If any of the inappropriately named Hitchhiker s Guide Trilogy could be called best , I think this is it I see two elements setting it apart from the other books in the HHGG series its tight plot, and the fact that it is at heart a romantic comedythan a farcical satire of the Science Fiction genre.As one would expect, the focus of the storyline is the continued pursuit of the Ultimate Question, to which we already know that the Ultimate Answer is Forty two.The characterization of Arth If any of the inappropriately named Hitchhiker s Guide Trilogy could be called best , I think this is it I see two elements setting it apart from the other books in the HHGG series its tight plot, and th...


  9. Peter Peter says:

    Running on empty Following a highly productive breakthrough period when he was simultaneously knocking out scripts for both Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy and Doctor Who, Douglas Adams famously struggled with writer s block during the later half of his career as a novelist Previous Hitchhiker novel Life, the Universe and Everything was itself a re worked Doctor Who story, and by the time of 4th Hitchhiker novel So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish you can feel the author struggling to find a Running on empty Following a highly productive breakthrough period when he was simultaneously knocking out scripts for both Hitchhiker s Guide to...


  10. Evan Leach Evan Leach says:

    The fourth installment in the Hitchhiker series is something of an anomaly Virtually the entire story takes place on Earth, and major characters like Zaphod and Trillian are nowhere to be found The focus is on Arthur Dent after years of being kicked around by the universe, poor Arthur finally finds himself in a good old fashioned love story.Well, maybe old fashioned is a poor choice of words This is a Douglas Adams book after all, and it features robots, spaceships, and a man named Wonko t The fourth installment in the Hitchhiker series is something of an anomaly Virtually the entire story takes place on Earth, and major characters like Zaphod and Trillian are nowhere to be found The focus is on Arthur Dent after years of being kicked around by the universe, poor Arthur finally finds himself in a good old fashioned love story.Well, maybe old fashioned is a poor choice of words This is a Douglas Adams book after all, and it features robots, spaceships, and a man named Wonko the ...


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10 thoughts on “So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish (Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, #4)

  1. Daniel Clausen Daniel Clausen says:

    1 You will never read anything so British again in your lifespan 2 If you re a writer, try underlining every adverb in this book Then, read a book on fiction writing that advises you to avoid using adverbs Any ironic chuckling afterwards is optional 3 This book should be rated ...


  2. Henry Avila Henry Avila says:

    An unseen spaceship lands on Earth England , in the rain never knew about all that precipitation there , a man leaves the craft and waves , thanking the crew for the ride, but first going back , he forgot his bag, towels inside Slogs through the mud and muck, in the cold windy darkness, slipping and sliding going up a hill, climbs over a fence and is almost killed, when a speeding automobile Porsche , nearly crushes the stranger on the road The heavy rain pours down, lightning flashes An unseen spaceship lands on Earth England , in the rain never knew about all that precipitation there , a man leaves the craft and waves , thanking the crew for the ride, but first going back , he forgot his bag, towels inside Slogs through the mud and muck, in the cold windy darkness, slipping and sli...


  3. K.D. Absolutely K.D. Absolutely says:

    This book seems to be different from the earlier books in the series It is no longer sci fi since Arthur Dent has come back from space travel to Earth and a good part of the story is his love story Had I not read the first books, I would have liked this as a romantic comedy story So, I guess I was affected by my wrong expectation The plot is tighter than the earlier books There are still those funny moments and my favorite is the biscuit eating scene I had a bittersweet feeling about the d This book seems to be different from the earlier books in the series It is no longer sci fi since Arthur Dent has come back from space travel to Earth and a good part of the story is his love story Had I not read the first books, I would have liked this as a romantic comedy story So, I guess I was affected by my wrong expectation The plot is tighter than the earlier books There are still those funny moments and my favorite is the biscuit eating scene I had a bittersweet feeling about the disappearance of...


  4. Vincent Vincent says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is the fourth book in Douglas Adams Hitchhiker Trilogy no, that s not a typo starting with The Hitchhiker s guide to the galaxy Douglas Adams originally only meant to write two sequels to his original classic, and I m sorry to say, this book shows it In all of Douglas s books, the plot is convoluted at best, with frequent asides and authorial interpretations which works perfectly in the context of sci fi comedy but the plot in this story was so ambiguous, it just didn t have the same This is the fourth book in Douglas Adams Hitchhiker Trilogy no, that s not a typo starting with The Hitchhiker s guide to the galaxy Douglas Adams originally only meant to write two sequels to his original classic, and I m sorry to say, this book shows it In all of Douglas s books, the plot is convoluted at best, with frequent asides and authorial interpretations which works perfectly in the context of sci fi comedy but the plot in this story was so ambiguous, it just didn t have the same effect as the others Ford has gone back to doing research for the guide, as he was d...


  5. J.G. Keely J.G. Keely says:

    The universe is a joke Even before I was shown the meaning of life in a dream at 17 then promptly forgot it because I thought I smelled pancakes , I knew this to be true and yet, I have always felt a need to search for the truth, that nebulous, ill treated creature Adams has always been, to me, to be a welcome co...


  6. Alex Farrand Alex Farrand says:

    3.5 stars So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish is primarily about Arthur being back on Earth Not the same Earth he previous inhabited, since his world blew up in to make room for a highway, but an Earth that didn t blew up and all the dolphins disappeared What random, quirky, and hilarious mysteries lay before Arthur before he can solve the ultimate question If he ever solves it This series is wonderful All the books have made me laugh uncontrollably Arthur goes through so many obstacles t 3.5 stars So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish is primarily about Arthur being back on Earth Not the same Earth he previous inhabited, since his world blew up in to make room for a highway, but an Earth that didn t blew up and all the dolphins disappeared What random, quirky, and hilarious mysteries lay before Arthur before he can solve the ultimate question If he ever solves it This series is wonderful All the books have made me laugh uncontrollably Arthur goes through so many obstacles that are ridiculous, and random that I laugh until my sides hurt A woman interrupts a story five times to give away raffle tickets, or police gangs, or going to an asylum to find someone who has a fish bowl It is really off the wall stuff, and I can t help but having a good time reading these books I am not really sure if these books...


  7. Scarlet Cameo Scarlet Cameo says:

    Arthur no pod a cre rselo Treintasegundos de conversacion y ya lo habia echado a perder Este libro es un giro de tuerca bastante considerable en comparaci n con el resto de los libros de esta saga, se nota un alejamiento considerable al tono y tem tica, pudiendo ubicar m s por el lado de comedia romantico si, dije eso que ciencia ficci n y no es que sea malo, de hecho es una relaci n que puede ser muy divertida pero que aun teniendo a Dent se siente completamente desconectado.PersonalmenteArthur no pod a cre rselo Treintasegundos de conversacion y ya lo habia echado a perder Este libro es un giro de tuerca bastante considerable en comparaci n con el resto de los libros de esta saga, se nota un alejamiento considerable al tono y tem tica, pudiendo ubicar m s por el lado de comedia romantico si, dije eso que ciencia ficci n y no es que sea malo, de hecho es una relaci n que puede ser muy divertida pero que aun teniendo a Dent se siente completamente desconectado.Personalmente la falta de los personajes principales, tanto por la no aparici n de Trillian y Zaphod que la unica menci n que hacen de ellos fue un WTF ra mi como por la poca interacci n entre Arthur y Ford hizo que el libro no me gustar demasiado view spoiler adem s de que no pued...


  8. Sean T Sean T says:

    If any of the inappropriately named Hitchhiker s Guide Trilogy could be called best , I think this is it I see two elements setting it apart from the other books in the HHGG series its tight plot, and the fact that it is at heart a romantic comedythan a farcical satire of the Science Fiction genre.As one would expect, the focus of the storyline is the continued pursuit of the Ultimate Question, to which we already know that the Ultimate Answer is Forty two.The characterization of Arth If any of the inappropriately named Hitchhiker s Guide Trilogy could be called best , I think this is it I see two elements setting it apart from the other books in the HHGG series its tight plot, and th...


  9. Peter Peter says:

    Running on empty Following a highly productive breakthrough period when he was simultaneously knocking out scripts for both Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy and Doctor Who, Douglas Adams famously struggled with writer s block during the later half of his career as a novelist Previous Hitchhiker novel Life, the Universe and Everything was itself a re worked Doctor Who story, and by the time of 4th Hitchhiker novel So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish you can feel the author struggling to find a Running on empty Following a highly productive breakthrough period when he was simultaneously knocking out scripts for both Hitchhiker s Guide to...


  10. Evan Leach Evan Leach says:

    The fourth installment in the Hitchhiker series is something of an anomaly Virtually the entire story takes place on Earth, and major characters like Zaphod and Trillian are nowhere to be found The focus is on Arthur Dent after years of being kicked around by the universe, poor Arthur finally finds himself in a good old fashioned love story.Well, maybe old fashioned is a poor choice of words This is a Douglas Adams book after all, and it features robots, spaceships, and a man named Wonko t The fourth installment in the Hitchhiker series is something of an anomaly Virtually the entire story takes place on Earth, and major characters like Zaphod and Trillian are nowhere to be found The focus is on Arthur Dent after years of being kicked around by the universe, poor Arthur finally finds himself in a good old fashioned love story.Well, maybe old fashioned is a poor choice of words This is a Douglas Adams book after all, and it features robots, spaceships, and a man named Wonko the ...


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