42: The Wildly Improbable Ideas of Douglas Adams42: The Wildly Improbable Ideas of Douglas Adams

42: The Wildly Improbable Ideas of Douglas Adams

When Douglas Adams died in 2001, he left behind 60 boxes full of notebooks, letters, scripts, jokes, speeches and even poems. In 42, compiled by Douglas’s long-time collaborator Kevin Jon Davies, hundreds of these personal artefacts appear in print for the very first time. The book, a Sunday Times #1 bestseller, is available now in time for Christmas.


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