Mostly HarmlessBook - 1992
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[I]f there are Grebulons and the like out there keeping tabs on our behavior, will they label us Mostly Harmless, or throw us in the do-over pile?
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Douglas Adams' fifth addition to The Hitchhiker's Trilogy has Vogons, Grebulons and the planet Rupert weighing in on Earth's right to exist. Fortunately for us, our mind numbing boob tube habit - which as a species we excel at - may be key to our salvation.
MOSTLY HARMLESS (Harmony Books) from the author of THE HITCHHIKER'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY, is the final, mayhemic conclusion to the series. Earth's destruction appears imminent until a hodgepodge band of intergalactic travelers intercedes to save it. MOSTLY HARMLESS on its surface is great bawdy fun. Arthur Dent and Ford Prefect behave as if they're flying trapeze artists, swinging from one parallel universe to another with all the precision of a needleless compass. Deeper, it's a wake up call to the damage we're doing to ourselves as a species. One wonders, if there are Grebulons and the like out there keeping tabs on our behavior, will they label us Mostly Harmless, or throw us in the do-over pile?
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