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The main characters of The Ultimate Hitchhikers Guide: Five Complete Novels and One Story novel are Zaphod Beeblebrox, Arthur Dent. The book has been awarded with Booker Prize, Edgar Awards and many others.
One of the Best Works of Douglas Adams. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 815 pages and is available in Leather Bound format for offline reading.
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|Book Format:||Leather Bound|
|Original Title:||The Ultimate Hitchhikers Guide: Five Complete Novels and One Story|
|Number Of Pages:||815 pages|
|First Published in:||January 17th 1996|
|Latest Edition:||November 1st 2005|
|Series:||The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy #0.5-5|
|Generes:||Science Fiction, Fiction, Humor, Fantasy, Classics, Humor, Comedy, Science Fiction Fantasy, Adventure, Novels, European Literature, British Literature,|
|Main Characters:||Zaphod Beeblebrox, Arthur Dent, Ford Prefect, Trillian, Marvin, the paranoid android|
|Formats:||audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.|
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Singing, Take me apart, take me apart, You must be off your head, And if you try to take me apart to get me there, I'll stay right here in bed.
... and so on. Another favorite song was much shorter:
I teleported home one night, With Ron and Sid and Meg, Ron stole Meggie's heart away, And I got Sidney's leg.
Arthur felt the waves of pain slowly receding, though he was still aware of a dull stomping throb. Slowly, carefully, he stood up. "Can you hear a dull stomping throb?" said Ford Prefect. Arthur span round and wobbled uncertainly. Ford Prefect was approaching looking red eyed and pasty. "Where are we?" gasped Arthur. Ford looked around. They were standing in a long curving corridor which stretched out of sight in both directions. The outer steel wall-which was painted in that sickly shade of pale green which they use in schools, hospitals and mental asylums to keep the inmates subdued-curved over the tops of their heads where it met the inner perpendicular wall which, oddly enough was covered in dark brown hessian wall weave. The floor was of dark green ribbed rubber. Ford moved over to a very thick dark transparent panel set in the outer wall. It was several layers deep, yet through it he could see pinpoints of distant stars. "I think we're in a spaceship of some kind," he said. Down the corridor came the sound of a dull stomping throb. "Trillian?" called Arthur nervously, "Zaphod?" Ford shrugged. "Nowhere about," he said, "I've looked. They could be anywhere. An unprogrammed teleport can throw you light years in any direction. Judging by the way I feel I should think we've travelled a very long way indeed." "How do you feel?" "Bad." "Do you think they're..." "Where they are, how they are, there's no way we can know and no way we can do anything about it. Do what I do." "What?" "Don't think about it." Arthur turned this thought over in his mind, reluctantly saw the wisdom of it, tucked it up and put it away. He took a deep breath. "Footsteps!" exclaimed Ford suddenly. "Where?" "That noise. That stomping throb. Pounding feet. Listen!" Arthur listened. The noise echoed round the corridor at them from an indeterminate distance. It was the muffled sound of pounding footsteps, and it was noticeably louder. "Let's move," said Ford sharply. They both moved-in opposite directions. "Not that way," said Ford, "that's where they're coming from." "No it's not," said Art