You know, I’m about to pass out from exhaustion so this will be brief. This review can only really be an extension of my one on The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy . It’s just funny, really; tongue-in-cheek.
I mean, having a gun called a Kill-O-Zap would read badly in most books, but here it completely suits the tone. The idea of the restaurant was fun, and the twists and turns were good too. Again, my favourite part of it is the fact it seems perfectly ordinary, not the wild intergalactic ride sci-fi often is.
Arthur and Marvin are still my guys, though.