Updated: Oct 20, 2020
This book is even better than the first. I feel like "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" was an introduction to all of the characters and to the author's unique writing style. Unique doesn't really even begin to describe it, though. Douglas Adams throws you for a loop throughout this extraordinary tale of space and time jumping, leaving you wondering, 'What in Zarquon's name will happen next?' And then what you thought would happen next doesn't, and it just keeps going on like that . . . in the most wonderfully crazy way.
Between the tidbits of information that explain some of the scenes' back stories and the random facts found in the guide itself, this book will be glued to your hands, and you won't mind a bit. That is, unless you have somewhere pressing to be. In that case, try as you may to pry it from your hands, but I guarantee you will be thinking about it until you can pick it back up.