The Restaurant at the End of the Universe

The Restaurant at the End of the Universe alternate covers for this ISBN can be found here and hereFacing annihilation at the hands of the warlike Vogons is a curious time to have a craving for tea It could only happen to the cosmically displ

  • Title: The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
  • Author: Douglas Adams
  • ISBN: 9780330262132
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • alternate covers for this ISBN can be found here and hereFacing annihilation at the hands of the warlike Vogons is a curious time to have a craving for tea It could only happen to the cosmically displaced Arthur Dent and his curious comrades in arms as they hurtle across space powered by pure improbability and desperately in search of a place to eat.Among Arthur s motleyalternate covers for this ISBN can be found here and hereFacing annihilation at the hands of the warlike Vogons is a curious time to have a craving for tea It could only happen to the cosmically displaced Arthur Dent and his curious comrades in arms as they hurtle across space powered by pure improbability and desperately in search of a place to eat.Among Arthur s motley shipmates are Ford Prefect, a longtime friend and expert contributor to the Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy Zaphod Beeblebrox, the three armed, two headed ex president of the galaxy Tricia McMillan, a fellow Earth refugee who s gone native her name is Trillian now and Marvin, the moody android who suffers nothing and no one very gladly Their destination The ultimate hot spot for an evening of apocalyptic entertainment and fine dining, where the food literally speaks for itself.Will they make it The answer hard to say But bear in mind that the Hitchhiker s Guide deleted the term Future Perfect from its pages, since it was discovered not to be

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    1. 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 [...]

    2. Captain Jeltz, our old, not so good friend, ( a callous butcher) from the previous book, is after the stolen spaceship, with the unlikely name,"Heart of Gold", again! On board are Arthur Dent, Ford Prefect, Trillian, and the ex -President of the Galaxy, the thief, Zaphod Beeblebrox ( nobody cares about Marvin, the annoying robot). The unsmiling captain likes killing, that's what he does best. The fugitive ship is just about to be no more, with the help of the cruel Vogan ( a bad poet too), and h [...]

    3. There is theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable.There is another theory which states that this has already happened. Arthur Dent and his companions went through some bizarre and inexplicable adventures after the Earth got blown to bits by Vogons in the opening sequence of the series. They were probably too close to making sense of their situa [...]

    4. Onvan : The Restaurant at the End of the Universe (Hitchhiker's Guide, #2) - Nevisande : Douglas Adams - ISBN : 345418921 - ISBN13 : 9780345418920 - Dar 250 Safhe - Saal e Chap : 1980

    5. I was talking to a friend of mine the other day, when he asked me for a book recommendation. “Nothing too long,” he said. “Or too factual.”My brain starting racing. Tolstoy? Much too long. Bill Bryson? Much too factual.“The news?” I suggested.“No, no,” he said. “A book.”My mind kept racing through titles.“Ah, I’ve got it!” I said finally. “Try The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series. They are wholly remarkable books.”This brief conversation encapsulates why I [...]

    6. Had I read this? I couldn't recall. I knew I'd seen the old tv version, but I wasn't sure I'd actually read the book, so I read it. And why not? It's a hell of a good book, and I'd do it again!The Restaurant at the End of the Universe is kind of the continuing adventures of Arthur Dent. Honestly, while he's a focal point of book one, he doesn't factor into the sequel as much. This is more about Zaphod Beeblebrox and Ford Perfect, as well as the kitchen sink's worth of whatever zany ideas Douglas [...]

    7. The Restaurant at the End of the Universe (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy #2), Douglas AdamsThe Restaurant at the End of the Universe (1980, ISBN 0-345-39181-0) is the second book in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy comedy science fiction "trilogy" by Douglas Adams, and is a sequel. تاریخ نخستین خوانش: نهم ماه سپتامبر سال 2016 میلادیعنوان: رستوران آخر جهان، کتاب دوم مجموعه ی پنج جلدی راهنمای کهکشان [...]

    8. "It must be nice," mused Ford Prefect thoughtfully, "to know what you're for. I don't have the slightest idea what I'm for. Most sentient beings don't. But you," he continued, turning to Arthur and Trillian. "You know. Part of finding the answer to the Ultimate Question. I'm sure that's comforting at times. ""You mean the 42 business?" asked Arthur. "What?" asked Zaphod's left head incredulously, while his right head rolled its eyes. "You mean you fell for that?!"The rest of this review is avail [...]

    9. "The Universe — some information to help you live in it.1 - Area: Infinite.The HitchHiker's Guide to the Galaxy offers this definition of the word "Infinite".Infinite: Bigger than the biggest thing ever and then some. Much bigger than that in fact, really amazingly immense, a totally stunning size, "wow, that's big", time. Infinity is just so big that by comparison, bigness itself looks really titchy. Gigantic multiplied by colossal multiplied by staggeringly huge is the sort of concept we're [...]

    10. Better than the first book. This has more funny moments and I just found myself laughing out loud more than when I was reading the first book. I guess it was by design. Douglas Adams had to explain fully his milieu for the series. Since he did that in the first book, his characters now have the whole universe to play around for themselves. So, they just don't hop and hop from one planet to another but also in this one, enjoy a time travel. They went to a restaurant at the end of the universe. Pr [...]

    11. I'm absolutely astounded at how quotable this book is. It's no wonder Douglas Adams suffered from writers block because just about every line in the entire book (and previous book, and probably subsequent books), is perfectly crafted to bring about a chuckle. In this second book of the trilogy of five (which is now 6 I'm told), our crew of Beeblebrox, Arthur, Trillian, Ford Prefect, and of course the loveable Melvin the depressed robot, has to find the man behind the power, the ruler of the enti [...]

    12. کتاب دوم نیمه‌ی اولش برای من راحت‌خون‌تر، اما انسجام داستانیش کمتر بود. خیلی جاها حس خب که چی بهم دست می‌داد!تنها قسمتی که برام خیلی جالب بود، اون بخشی بود که رفتن پیش اون آقاهه که اسم گربه‌ش گاد بود.در کل کاش نویسنده کنار خلاقیت زیادش یه مقدار داستان‌پردازی و شخصیت‌وپرداز [...]

    13. Back in junior high school, when I was being bussed 30 miles each way to the Magnet School for Gifted Math and Science Students (don't get excited; I washed out of the program in shame and disgrace after two years), the Hitchhiker's Guide series were all my nerdy friends' favorite books. They would throw quotes and in-jokes about Pan-Galactic Gargleblasters and Ravenous Bugblatter Beasts of Kraal back and forth at each other much like some (annoying) people like to do with Monty Python films or [...]

    14. Esta segunda parte de la serie de Douglas Adams mantiene el nivel de la primera en todos los sentidos. Desde las primeras páginas ya es difícil contener las carcajadas. Los diálogos sencillamente geniales y los personajes más disparatados que podrías imaginar hacen de este libro una lectura rapidísima y muy satisfactoria. Los continuos viajes en el tiempo y el espacio y las paradojas que derivan de ellos conducen a los protagonistas por una serie de situaciones inverosímiles y desternilla [...]

    15. یه تئوری خیلی معروف می گه هر وقت یه کسی کشف کنه که جهان دقیقاً برای چی به وجود اومده و به چه دردی می خوره، این جهان در همون لحظه ناپدید می شه و جای خودش رو می ده به یه جهان نویی که از جهان قبلی پیچیده تر و عجیب وغریب تره.یه تئوری دیگه می گه که این اتفاق قبلاً افتاده.نويسنده كه موفقي [...]

    16. 2.5 to 3.0 stars. Decent follow up to The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams. While enjoyable, I did not find myself laughing as often as I did during the first one. With books like this, your mood is often an important factor in determining your level of enjoyment so it could be that I just wasn't as receptive to the story as I might otherwise have been. Good but not great.

    17. Hitchhiker's, volume 2.The beginning of human life on earth and the end of the universe, aided by infinite improbability. As with the others, it's the ideas and writing that make it so good:Marvin makes a heavily armoured tank guess what weapon he has (nothing). "The guide is definitive. Reality is frequently inaccurate". "How are you? Fine if you like being me, which personally, I don't". "Everything's cool and froody". "Little expense had been spared to give the impression that no expense had [...]

    18. Oh, how I do love Douglas Adams. I find something really profound in the way Douglas Adams presents life, even through an otherwise nonsensical and just purely humorous book. When I look past the surface, some of life's most thought-provoking themes lie so clearly woven amidst his stories. Each encounter, each adventure, each beloved character, each twist, each turn; these are all humorous, superbly written, and wonderful, but what I believe Adams does better than his other counter-parts is lace [...]

    19. Parking Cars - what else does one do in a car park13 September 2016 Well, this is annoying. Having just arrived back from Europe, and having travelled half way around a world you could say that I now have the holiday hangover – Jet Lag. Basically I have had about 10 hours sleep in total over the past four days, namely because I go to sleep and suddenly an hour later I am wide awake, laying in bed, wondering whether I should get up and do something, or simply lie there and attempt to get some m [...]

    20. از کتاب اولش (راهنمای کهکشان برای اتواستاپ‌زن‌ها) خیلی بهتر بود

    21. Not much to say about this. It's like the first one but not as good. It's a sequel. What do you expect?

    22. This series is frigging hilarious. Unfortunately, that's the only thing this book has going on. The story was a bit all over the place. There was also a lack of my favourite character, Marvin. Not sure if I'll continue with this series as yet. The first book THGTTG is a must read though.

    23. I didn't think it was as funny as the first book, but still I laughed. It is very quotable, still. Martin Freeman changed voices for each character."The environmentalists lobby do know what's going to hit it, and they claim that the concert will cause earthquakes, tidal waves, hurricanes irreparable damage to the atmosphere, and all the usual things that environmentalists usually go on about.But I've just had a report that a representative of Disaster Area met with the environmentalists at lunch [...]

    24. I was truly enjoying The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (you can read my review here ) when my sister gave me The Restaurant at the End of the Universe as a birthday present. Then I faced the weirdest conundrum (quite ad hoc for the weirdest book I've erver read): I didn't wanted the book to be over and at the same time I just wanted to finish the book so I could start reading the sequel. Well, the unavoidable happened, and the only reason I didn't undergo an OMG-I-can't-believe-this-is-over c [...]

    25. Yine uçuk kaçık ve zekice olsa da ilkinin yanında biraz dağınık mı ne? Seriyi gerçekten sevsem de akılda kalıcı olmaması eksi bir durum. Evet cidden hayranlık uyandıracak kadar zekice mizahla dolu bir hayal gücü olsa da vurucu veya çarpıcı olmasını da istiyorum sanırım biraz. Evrenin Sonundaki Restoran fikrine şapka çıkartıyorum. Şu 'son' olan kısım gerçekten son, sınır değil. Kitapta en sevdiğim kısım burasıydı. Neyse, Don't panic. Seriye devam.

    26. «يه تئورى خيلى معروف مى گه هر وقت يه كسى كشف كنه كه جهان دقيقاً براى چى به وجود اومده و به چه دردى مى خوره، اين جهان در همون لحظه ناپديد مى شه و جاى خودش رو مى ده به جهان نويى كه از جهان قبلى پيچيده تر و عجيب و غريب تره. يه تئورى ديگه مى گه كه اين اتّفاق قبلاً افتاده.» جلد دوم كتاب « [...]

    27. به هر کسی که می‌تونه مردم رو راضی کنه بهش رای بدن و رییسش کنن، اصلا و ابدا نباید اجازه داد که رییس بشه. دو سوم ابتدایی کتاب نسبت به کتاب اول به نظر من جالب‌تر بود. هم خط داستانی مشخص‌تری داشت و هم طنزش ملموس‌تر بود. با این حال توی یک سوم پایانی باز ضعیف شد.در مجموع قصد خوندن باقی [...]

    28. The Restaurant at the End of the Universe: Serious philosophy camouflaged as comedyOriginally posted at Fantasy LiteratureThe HITCHHIKER’S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY series can be enjoyed on many levels, so it’s tough to decide how to review it. On the surface, it’s just a zany series of dry British humorous skits ala Monty Python, but when you dig deeper, Douglas Adams has a lot to say about life, the universe, and everything. Taken as a whole, he presents a consistent philosophy that our univer [...]

    29. Very entertaining sequel to The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. In this book, our heroesI don't really know how to even begin to summarize the plot. Our heroes are on a quest to get something to eat which leads to adventures through time and space and parallel dimensions and a trip to visit the man who runs the universe. I have always thought that the Hitchhiker books get progressively weirder and weirder. Bear in mind that the first book features pan-dimensional superintelligent mice, so that [...]

    30. از اون كتاباييه كه نرم نرم به يه فلسفه غم انگيز اشاره مى كنه، ولى همزمان مى تونه حالتو خوب كنه. بيشتر از هر چيزى به جستجوى معنا براى زندگى اشاره مى كنه، البته بيشتر اشاره مى كنه، اونقدرا هم دنبال معانى ژرف و عميق داخل كتاب نباشيد. در عين حال اين كتاب اونقدر خوب هست كه يه جاهايى خ [...]

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