God's Final Message to His Creation had me sniffling, and even the most cynical of beings as Marvin agreed. So simple and ordinary a message, yet so deeply profound. I don't know how Mr. Adams did it, but he sure did it well and with seeming ease. The book, on the whole, was great as usual, with seemingly pointless scenes clicking together effortlessly in the near end, as usual. I dread to go on to the next, and last, Hitchhiker book, and therefore am perfectly content to put it off by starting in on Mort by teh Pratchett. And re-reading Jurassic Park at the time, for unknown reasons other than I have an urge to.