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more sarah logan! only not, though i was very happy to see monty and maggie again. this one is about a vet, devon brady, who meets a mysteriously attractive and dangerous "half-breed" named jude marrock who is definitely not all he seems. once again johansen weaves a thriller with the supernatural, only things are starting to get old. i did like briget, and i know jordan is a character from another book, but i can't remember which. she's getting more into her romance roots though, because this was basically a bodice ripper in thriller clothing. not that i minded, really, except the villain wasn't very well developed, and either was jude, or bridget, or the guardians. but i loved the dogs, and i loved seeing sarah again. (though a slight point of contention - if sarah and john logan live in carmel along 17 mile drive, there's NO WAY they could have a sprawling compound. if they lived in pebble beach or pacific grove, yes. but not carmel. why don't people do their research?!?)

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It's easy to see why this book became a cult classic. It's campy, unexpected, and strange. Also hysterically funny in parts. The humor feels a little dated somehow, in the same way old Monty Python movies do. I don't know whether it's me (I'm not a kid anymore) or the tenor of the times. Anyway, HGTG is a sci-fi humor classic, quirky, short, and enjoyable. It makes some brilliant character sketches--probably the book's greatest strength. Because of the book's status in SF pop culture history, probably a must-read.

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so sad! but definitely better than romeo and juliet if you're looking for a love story.