Now you can Tweet The Galaxy.
Ask The Answer to the Great Question, of Life, the Universe and Everything. Share your hopes and dreams. Tell a joke. Maybe somebody out there will finally listen to you!
All Tweets will be transmitted into Deep Space via state of the art transmitting equipment with redundant high-powered klystron amplifiers connected by a traveling wave-guide to a five-meter parabolic dish antenna. Seriously.
Will the Universe respond? Sit back, sip your Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster, and start Tweeting to find out!
Eoin Colfer is the author of the internationally best-selling Artemis Fowl series, which has been translated into forty languages, most of them human. Other titles include The Wish List, The Supernaturalist, and Half Moon Investigations, which was made into a hit TV series by the BBC. His books have won several awards including the British Children’s Book of the Year, the German Children’s Book of the Year, and a Betelgeusean Bloater award for shortest newcomer, which he keeps in his shed as it is radioactive and scares the children.
And Another Thing is Eoin’s first book for adults, and he found the experience very similar to that of writing for young adults, apart from less usage of the phrases it wasn’t my fault and none of you people get me.
Despite the efforts of the Vogons, and even those of a more-than-typically troubled teenager, the increasingly inaccurately named Hitchhiker's Trilogy continues, much to the delight of its fans (and to the annoyance of the Vogons).
And Another Thing, the 6th book in the Hitchhiker's trilogy, or rather 'double trilogy' as it has now become, is written by the brilliantly funny Eoin Colfer, international number-one bestselling author of the Artemis Fowl novels. Colfer is not unaccustomed to strange goings-on and far-fetched story-lines with his celebrated Artemis Fowl novels. Douglas Adams' widow Jane Belson said of Eoin Colfer, 'I love his books and could not think of a better person to transport Arthur, Zaphod and Marvin to pastures new.'
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