A Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy PDF by Adam Douglas is a timeless science fiction masterpiece. Adam initially developed the story for a BBC radio comedy show in 1978 before it was processed into a 5 piece series. Adam was an English author, scriptwriter, dramatist to name a few. He was commemorated into the UK Radio Academy’s Hall of Fame for his contributions. Adam was an avid lover of technology and a passionate environmentalist.
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In The start of A Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy PDF story Two friends, one human and one-half alien, after discovering that earth is soon to be demolished to make a bypass by the aliens to connect different worlds, board the Vogon alien’s spaceship in order to save earth from destruction. Arthur Dent, the human, and Ford Prefect the alien are soon taken hostage by the mean bureaucratic Vogon. The two must find a way to save themselves and stop the demolition of their beloved planet. On their quest, they befriend other space creatures who embark with them on the mission to save planet Earth. In between, they must cross many hurdles to fulfill their goal.
After nearly 40 years of its birth, the book is still relevant on so many levels! Firstly, it’s a burst of imagination and creativity with Adam giving very intricate details about all the advanced (back then) alien technology and creating characters that are on a very human level. From Arthur Dent’s evergreen quest of finding the best tea to Ford’s love for drunken parties, I think everyone can relate to having these two type of friend’s combo in their life. Unlike most space fiction, there is no dark evil villains but just powerful people misusing their powers or those masking to your friends just to use you. Such small instances make it relatable. The book also has a great sense of humor to make it an easy go fun read. It’s a must-read for the sake of classics, especially for the science fiction lovers out there!
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