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Old 12-23-2009, 10:05 AM   #68
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I'd recommend some of the books by Robert Sheckley, Mindswap particularly, if you like a somewhat surreal sci-fi based humour (translation: his writing may well not be to everyones taste!).

And, of course, Douglas Adams to add to Terry Pratchett.

I would also add the Isabel Dalhousie Sunday Philosophers Club books by McCall Smith; its not that they're funny, it just I grew up in Edinburgh and they are some cuttingly observed that I can't help laughing. From time to time.
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