Life, the Universe, and Everything by Douglas Adams
Author: Douglas Adams
Reader: Martin Freeman
Short Review: Another decent reading of a book I love, which suffers by comparison to the Stephen Frye reading of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
Long Review: My opinions on this audiobook are, sensibly, quite similar to my opinions on The Restaurant at the End of the Universe. I love the book, and am grateful for having less of Freeman-as-Zaphod to annoy me. The silliness of the Cricket/Krikkit plot carries over nicely in the audio version.