Don't Panic

Don't Panic

1986 • 181 pages


Average rating3.7


Neil Gaiman writing about Douglas Adams is sort of a perfect fit for my tastes, and I had a good time reading about how H2G2 in all its many and varied forms came to be. It's strange to look at what Adams and the world thought of his many creations in 1988, even before Mostly Harmless came out and long before we lost him so tragically. This is a window into the entertainment, technology, and process of the time with a very young Gaiman impersonating Adams' voice as he is still finding his own. A good read for any H2G2 fans though probably not much new information.

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