So long, and thanks for all the fish : the hitch hiker's guide to the galaxy 4 (Book, 1984) [University of Maryland, College Park]
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So long, and thanks for all the fish : the hitch hiker's guide to the galaxy 4

Author: Douglas Adams
Publisher: London ; Sydney : Pan Books, 1984. ©1984
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Includes everything you wanted to know about the first three books but never thought to ask. "He lost all faith in the straightforward operation of cause and effect the day he got up intending to catch up with some reading and ended up on a prehistoric earth with a man from Betelgeuse and a spaceship-load of alien telephone sanitisers ... ". Left at the end of Life, The Universe And Everything with the address for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fantastic fiction
Science fiction
Fiction
Fantasy fiction
Named Person: Ford Prefect; Arthur Dent, (Fictitious character); Arthur Dent, (Fictitious character); Ford Prefect
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Adams
ISBN: 0330284983 9780330284981
OCLC Number: 12487784
Description: 191 pages ; 23 cm.
Responsibility: Douglas Adams.

Abstract:

Includes everything you wanted to know about the first three books but never thought to ask. "He lost all faith in the straightforward operation of cause and effect the day he got up intending to catch up with some reading and ended up on a prehistoric earth with a man from Betelgeuse and a spaceship-load of alien telephone sanitisers ... ". Left at the end of Life, The Universe And Everything with the address for God''s Final Message To His Creation, Arthur Dent let this crucial information slip his mind. He tries everything to jog his memory, meditation, mind-reading, hitting himself about the head with blunt objects. But none of it works. Of course, as everyone knows, the answer lies in making life flash before your eyes ...
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