By Eoin Colfer
"And one other factor ..." stands out as the 6th novel within the now improbably named "Hitchhiker's consultant to the Galaxy" trilogy. 8 years after the dying of its writer, Douglas Adams, the author's widow, Jane Belson, has given her acclaim for the venture to be endured by means of the overseas no 1 bestselling children's author, Eoin Colfer, writer of the "Artemis Fowl" novels. Douglas Adams himself as soon as acknowledged, 'I suspect at some point soon sooner or later i'm going to write a 6th Hitchhiker ebook. 5 appears to be like a unsuitable form of quantity, six is a greater type of number.' Belson acknowledged of Eoin Colfer, 'I love his books and will no longer reflect on a greater individual to move Arthur, Zaphod and Marvin to pastures new.' Colfer, keen on Hitchhiker due to the fact his schooldays, acknowledged, 'Being given the opportunity to put in writing this ebook is like without warning being provided the superpower of your selection. For years i've been completing this exceptional tale in my head and now i've got the chance to do it within the actual world.' organize to be amazed...
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They started—" Pag backed away, eyes wide. "What are you doing? " I'd raised my fists. I didn't remember doing that. I unclenched them. It took a while. I had to look at my hands very hard for a long, long time. The rock dropped to the ground, blood-slick and glistening. " I didn't understand why he couldn't see that. "You're, you're not the same," Pag said from a safe distance. " "I am too. " "Only half. For the ep—" "I know for the epilepsy! You think I don't know? But you were in that half—or, like, part of you was… " He struggled with the words, with the concept behind them.
You're so very smart, you know we wouldn't have brought you back in the first place if we hadn't needed you. From the day they cracked the vat you knew you had leverage. Is that how it works, Jukka? You save the world, and the folks who hold your leash agree to look the other way? As a child I'd read tales about jungle predators transfixing their prey with a stare. Only after I'd met Jukka Sarasti did I know how it felt. But he wasn't looking at me now. He was focused on installing his own tent, and even if he had looked me in the eye there'd have been nothing to see but the dark wraparound visor he wore in deference to Human skittishness.