Don't Panic : Douglas Adams and "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" Hardback
by Neil Gaiman
The definitive companion to the life and work of Douglas Adams who, in a field in Innsbruck in 1971, had an idea that became The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
It was the BBC radio series that started it all but Gaiman also tells the story of the other products that Adams worked on.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 256 pages, 5pp b/w illustrations
- Publisher: Titan Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 01/10/2003
- Category: Biography: general
- ISBN: 9781840237429
- Paperback from £7.95
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Review by TPauSilver
Don't Panic is a wonderfully written, inspiring and touching biography of Douglas Adams, told by the people who worked with him and drawn together by Neil Gaiman. This book provides perspective on the work, and on Adams himself, that make hitchikers itself an even better read. A must-read for any hitchhikers fan.
Review by Meggo
A fascinating look at Douglas Adams' life (a bit) and the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (a lot). It was most fascinating for revealing the tortured process that Adams underwent in writing his books, plays and radio programs. Perhaps not a book for anyone except Hitchhiker's fans, this is still well written and a fascinating look at the writer and his works.