I’m a die-hard science fiction fan, and one of my all-time favorites in this genre is Douglas Adams’ superb The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
Only seconds before aliens demolish planet Earth to make way for an interstellar shortcut, the book’s protagonist, Arthur Dent, is whisked aboard a spaceship. His savior is Ford Prefect, an alien stationed on Earth to conduct research for an updated version of the Guide.
Upon being whisked into the spaceship, Ford hands Arthur a copy of the Guide. On the cover are the words “Don’t Panic.” “I like the cover,” Arthur says. “‘Don’t Panic.’ It’s the first helpful or intelligible thing anybody’s said to me all day.”
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