The Post Top
Everyone has things they like and dislike, and so we at The Post have devised a cunning plan to find out what these are; by bringing you (roll of drums) The Post Top
We will provide you with a title, and hopefully you will provide us with the material to fill this space, and at the end of two weeks, we will compile everyone's list together, to come up with 'The Post Top Ten' for that subject.
E-mail your Top Ten lists to
Greebo T. Cat, remembering to include your name and researcher number. We will publish some of the replies we receive each week, I look forward to hearing from you.
Books written by Douglas
So now the easy bit is out of the way, what subject do I begin this new project with? After careful thought, and a great deal of soul, I decided that it would only be appropriate to begin at the beginning of this web site, with Douglas
Adams, whose brainwave brought us The Guide, The Post and finally this idea.
I know Douglas Adams was not the most prolific of writers, and that means that you do not have as many books to choose from as maybe there should be for a Top Ten, but even if you are only able to come up with a list of five, then please do send it in. Mister Adams',
deserves the honour of being the first, and I look forward to finding out which of his books you think deserves the number one spot.
From 'Hitch Hiker's' to 'The Salmon of Doubt', tell me which you think is the best Douglas Adams' book, in your own humble opinions. Comments about your choices will also be appreciated, after all, its good to know what you like, but its great to know why you like it.
A Douglas Adams Bibliography
To remind you of all those great reads.
- The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy
- The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
- Life, The Universe and Everything
- So Long, and Thanks For All The Fish
- Mostly Harmless
- Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency
- The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul
- Last Chance to See
- The Meaning of Liff
- The Deaper Meaning of Liff
- The Salmon of Doubt