Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy Collection - Douglas Adams (5 books) £8.50 + Free Delivery @ Red House Books + 5% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Whether you've heard the radio show, watched the TV series, seen the film or are completely new to the world of Douglas Adams, if you're a sci-fi fan these quirky and original novels will be right up your street. Meet Arthur Dent. He's enjoying an ordinary Thursday lunchtime - or he was, because suddenly his house gets demolished, shortly followed by Earth, which is having to make way for a new hyperspace bypass. Soon, Arthur is hurtling through space with his best friend (who's just announced that he's an alien) and a book inscribed with the words DON'T PANIC! If you're still following, then you'll enjoy what happens to Arthur over the course of these five comic classics: escaping from Vogons, finding the connection between the end of the world and cricket, trying to do six impossible things before breakfast, discovering the secret of the universe... and that's just the beginning!

* Pages: Varies
* Size: 198.0cm x 129.0cm
* Format: Paperback
* Age Range: 12 +

# The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
# The Resturant at the End of the Universe
# 50 Long, And Thanks For All The Fish
# Life, The Universe And Everything
# Mostly Harmless

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Nice find,and a bargain.
Nice find,and a bargain.

I second that. :thumbsup: [SIZE="5"][COLOR="Red"]42[/COLOR][/SIZE]
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and its sequel The Restaurant at the End of the Universe are without doubt the greatest philosophical works of the 20th century and worth £8.50 of anybody's money easily. The rest are a result of contractual obligations and might make an interesting read if you happen find yourself owning them.

I have successfully objected twice to local council planning applications to install speed bumps and one-way streets in my neighbourhood by complaining that the proposals were displayed in an unlit basement toilet behind a beware of the leopard sign. I don't know if Glasgow City Council have a Douglas Adams fan in the planning department or if they're so confused they just give up.

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