Book review of "And Another Thing" by Eoin Colfer which is an approved continuation of Douglas Adams's "The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy"
I had a feeling I wouldn't be the biggest fan of this book but sometimes when you have free access to a book curiosity must be tended to.
I liked it better than the last Jules Verne novel I read. But that bar is low. It's so very low, practically stuck in the mud you could roll over it.
It's kind of weird reading a book that you thought you had an idea of what the plot is only for it to be something completely different.
What do you think would happen if everyone looked the same? If everyone elected to undergo beautification surgery as the norm by the government?