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By Douglas Adams Laura Serra Karel Thole | Comments: ( 350 ) | Date: ( Feb 25, 2020 )

Ormai la Terra stata demolita dai Vogons per fare posto a una nuova circonvallazione iperspaziale, ma questo lo sapevate gi Avete seguito tutta la storia fin dalle sue origini, dapprima con la Guida Galattica degli Autostoppisti Urania 843 , poi con il Ristorante al Termine dell Universo Urania 968 e infine con La Vita, l Universo e tutto quanto Urania 973 Ma penOrmai la Terra stata demolita dai Vogons per fare posto a una nuova circonvallazione iperspaziale, ma questo lo sapevate gi Avete seguito tutta la storia fin dalle sue origini, dapprima con la Guida Galattica degli Autostoppisti Urania 843 , poi con il Ristorante al Termine dell Universo Urania 968 e infine con La Vita, l Universo e tutto quanto Urania 973 Ma pensavate davvero che le geniali e pazzesche vicende di Arthur Dent e Ford Prefect avrebbero osato arrestarsi dopo una semplice trilogia Ora Douglas Adams ci dimostra il contrario, aggiungendo un nuovo capitolo alla sua saga galattica il cui successo ovunque appare inesauribile E questa volta, oltre alla sorpresa di una ricomparsa inaspettata, non detto che non siano i delfini ad avere l ultima parola.

  • Title: Addio, e grazie per tutto il pesce
  • Author: Douglas Adams Laura Serra Karel Thole
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Douglas Adams Laura Serra Karel Thole

Douglas No l Adams was an English author, comic radio dramatist, and musician He is best known as the author of the Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy series Hitchhiker s began on radio, and developed into a trilogy of five books which sold than fifteen million copies during his lifetime as well as a television series, a comic book series, a computer game, and a feature film that was completed after Adams death The series has also been adapted for live theatre using various scripts the earliest such productions used material newly written by Adams He was known to some fans as Bop Ad after his illegible signature , or by his initials DNA.In addition to The Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams wrote or co wrote three stories of the science fiction television series Doctor Who and served as Script Editor during the seventeenth season His other written works include the Dirk Gently novels, and he co wrote two Liff books and Last Chance to See, itself based on a radio series Adams also originated the idea for the computer game Starship Titanic, which was produced by a company that Adams co founded, and adapted into a novel by Terry Jones A posthumous collection of essays and other material, including an incomplete novel, was published as The Salmon of Doubt in 2002.His fans and friends also knew Adams as an environmental activist and a lover of fast cars, cameras, the Macintosh computer, and other techno gizmos Toward the end of his life he was a sought after lecturer on topics including technology and the environment.

Comments Addio, e grazie per tutto il pesce

  • Daniel Clausen

    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 "Mostly Harmless." 4. Thanks, Mr. Adams. So long, and thanks for all the fun.

  • Henry Avila

    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 [...]

  • K.D. Absolutely

    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 [...]

  • Vincent

    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 h [...]

  • J.G. Keely

    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 companion in that journey. Between the search for meaning and the recognition that it's all a joke in poor taste lies Douglas Adams, and, luckily for us, he doesn't seem to mind if you [...]

  • Alex Farrand

    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 [...]

  • Scarlet Cameo

    "Arthur no podía creérselo. Treintasegundos de conversacion y ya lo habia echado a perder"Este libro es un giro de tuerca bastante considerable en comparación con el resto de los libros de esta saga, se nota un alejamiento considerable al tono y temática, pudiendo ubicar más por el lado de comedia romantico (si, dije eso) que ciencia ficción y no es que sea malo, de hecho es una relación que puede ser muy divertida pero que aun teniendo a Dent se siente completamente desconectado.Personal [...]

  • Sean T

    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 comedy more than 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 [...]

  • Peter

    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 [...]

  • Evan Leach

    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 Won [...]

  • Sara Zovko

    Poznata je činjenica da svaka trilogija u pet nastavaka ima genijalan četvrti nastavak. Douglas Adams je genije. Njegovo poigravanje sa SF žarom, kao da se ruga apsolutno svakom kalupu u koji ga žele smjestiti, a usput se ruga i gotovo svemu na ovom planetu, od demokracije do masovne halucinacije, pa do vječnog pitanja smisla života i znanosti. Toliko mi je žao da sam na pretposljednjem nastavku, žao mi je što svaku od ovih knjiga pročitam kroz nekoliko sati, volim ovo ludo putovanje s [...]

  • David Sarkies

    Sorry for the Inconvenience16 November 2016 When I first read this book I loved it namely because I happened to be a hopeless romantic and our protagonist, Arthur Dent, finally gets a girlfriend. Well, finally is probably not the best way to describe it because Adams does raise the possibility that Arthur may have had a relationship with Trillian (and when the question is metaphorically asked the reply is basically 'none of your business'), and also suggests that there is a rather long gap betwe [...]

  • Ubik 2.0

    Addio e grazie per il buonumoreSe alla quarta puntata della serie iniziata con la “Guida galattica per autostoppisti” sono ancora a svagarmi nei romanzi di questo sottovalutato geniaccio di Douglas Adams è soprattutto per il buonumore che ogni volta la sua lettura mi procura.Pur essendo ben lontano dai vertici della narrativa, questo humour tipicamente inglese, che flirta col non-sense e richiama lo spirito dei Monty Python e la fantasia creativa di Kurt Vonnegut (che non è inglese ma in q [...]

  • Bill Coffin

    Even by the tired standard of the first three Hitchhiker's Guide novels, So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish comes off as a tired, threadbare effort by a writer who simply did not have enough gas in the tank at this point and really should have waited the 10 years or so that it would have taken him to recharge fully and put together something with the creative density of his first or second installment in this series. I have not liked any of the book in this series, but at least there seemed to [...]

  • Becky Ginther

    Out of the "trilogy of five," this one was actually my favorite. I understand that for many people it's the least popular, because almost the whole thing takes place on earth and it focuses mainly just on Arthur Dent and not the other characters. However, that's why I liked it. After the somewhat overwhelming third book, it was a relief to have a novel that didn't keep jumping around between characters and plot, and just focus on one thing at a time.Plus, this story had a much more human element [...]

  • Katie

    Not what I would have expected! This book is very different from the first three books in the Hitchhiker's Guide series, which I supposed is apt for the fourth book of a trilogy. I wasn't overly bothered by the fact that everything took place on earth (though the fact that the earth still apparently exists may take a bit of the underlying pathos out of the earlier works). I thought some of it was delightful, and I got a really big kick out of the Rain God, whenever he showed up. The giant robot [...]

  • Karsyn

    Meh. Didn't like this one as much as the others, not sure why. It was similar to the rest, but just didn't grab me at any point. The only part I really liked was the inside out house, that made me giggle, and it was neat, but it was too short of a part and that was really all that interested me.

  • Kaylee

    I love this series. I laugh so hard when I read it, and I don't mean like low chuckle and a smile, I mean laughing so that other people look at me and I have trouble explaining to them why I'm laughing in public laughs.

  • Donovan

    This was one of my least favorite books in the series but still moderately entertaining, like a drunk who rambles but is periodically hilarious. It's like one of those road trip indie films with no plot but lots of jokes and introspection. Or an adventure has concluded, everyone goes home, but the story just doesn't know when to quit. I feel like I as the reader sit around a lot waiting for something to happen while Adams drags this out with his often long-winded-and-rambling-for-comedic-effect- [...]

  • Robin Hobb

    If you love any of Doug Adam's work, you will be sorry to miss this one.If you are unfamiliar with his work, I urge you to begin with the Hitchhiker's Guide and move through them in order.

  • Debbie

    Comical and back on track to amusing.I liked it. It made up for book 3 in the series for which I wasn't too fond. For those making their way through the series, I almost want to recommend skipping book 3 and going straight to 4. I don't think you will miss much. And I don't think it's absolutely necessary to have read 3 to comprehend 4. The old quirky humor was back and the weirdness was gone. The old quirky humor was back and the weirdness was lessened. Excuse me. *Clears throat* The consistent [...]

  • Maninee

    Let me start off by saying first of all that I am a huge fan of the Hitchhiker ‘Trilogy’. I loved the first three books of the series. This one was very, very different from the others though and I don’t think I like the change in the pattern.First of all, two major characters, Trillian and Zaphod weren’t even there in the book, they were simply given a brief mention towards the end. And Marvin, who was my favourite character of the lot didn’t come around till the very, very last bit o [...]

  • Greg

    More or less pointless, yet exceedingly charming. Adams' writing is in killer form here, hilarious and touching as ever. Books #3 and #4 are pretty much about nothing (in retrospect, book #3, 'Life, The Universe, and Everything,' has a brilliant title), yet they could have been about Something and I would feel pretty much the same about it, I'm sure. It's the quality of writing I go in for, and Adams can't be beat at what he does. I loved every minute of reading this tiny book, and believe me, t [...]

  • Marta

    Less frentic, easier to digest, more thoughtful than the previous installment, with a cute, quirky romance, and much less galaxy hopping. The humor is more subtle, the jokes have breathing room. A welcome change of pace.

  • Zahed

    From the Forward:"Douglas Adams was tall. He was brilliant: I’ve met a handful of geniuses, and I’d count him as one of them. He was a frustrated performer, a remarkable explainer and communicator, an enthusiast. He was an astonishing comic writer: he could craft sentences that changed the way a reader viewed the world, and sum up complex and difficult issues in aptly chosen metaphors. He combined the trappings of science fiction with profound social commentary and a healthy sense of humour [...]

  • Ivonne Rovira

    WARNING: This review contains a slight spoiler.(view spoiler)[At the end of Life, the Universe and Everything, the third book in Douglas Adams' five-book “trilogy,” as in the first two — The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and The Restaurant at the End of the Universe — Arthur Dent pines due to the destruction of his home planet, Earth.Only it didn’t happen. That’s right — in the eight years that Arthur has spent dodging bullets and lasers and otherwise just barely evading death, [...]

  • Cecily

    Hitchhiker's, volume 4.This is noticeably less good than it's three predecessors, particularly in terms of plot, but it still has plenty of splashes of brilliance:Arthur and Fenchurch fly.Wonko the Sane declaring the world beyond his inside-out house is an asylum. Rob McKenna is a rain god but doesn't know it - only that it always rains wherever he goes - the loving clouds just want to water him. "All eyes were on Ford Prefect. Some of them were on stalks". "As stunned as a man might be who, hav [...]

  • Amy

    This book wasn't at all what I expected.Arthur has hitch-hiked his way to Earth after eight long years but everything seems to be going on as normal for all other humans, even after Arthur remembers it being destroyed by Vogons. This drives Arthur a little mad thinking he made the whole thing up but he eventually settles into a normal life again. He does however briefly meet a girl called Fenchurch, soon after meeting her he becomes obsessed and is convinced they are connected. Everyone on earth [...]

  • Tilly

    Maybe, if I had not read the previous three books in the series, I would have enjoyed this book as a nice love story with only a few science fiction elements but I can´t ignore that I read the previous three, so this book was not at all what I expected.I liked the concept of the story and the idea with the dolphins, but I think it would have been better as a subplot because with this story as a main plot this book was very fast paced in my opinion (even though it is a very short book) and only [...]

  • Christian McKay

    Well, THAT was surprising. Just to be clear, here are my star ratings for the first three entries in the HGTTG:Hitchhiker's Guide: 3 starsRestaurant at the End of the Universe: 4 starsLife, the Universe and Everything: 2 stars(I'm kind of hoping Mostly Harmless is unbelievably awful so the series can perfectly round out the ratings.)So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish is all of the above: funny, touching, adventurous, interesting, poignant. I teared up on several occasions and was the annoying [...]

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