You don't receive every day a phone call from the future, in which you can talk to the next tenants of the Earth and discover that you're alive by mistake. Because on the "Great Phone Directory of the Earth and neighbouring planets (Jupiter not included)" is written that at the time of the fateful phone call you would have been dead. Meanwhile, in the year 2054, the "three billion one hundred sixty-eight million four hundred eleven thousand seven hundred twenty-nine" new inhabitants of Earth are waiting patiently outside a phone booth, to receive instructions on their resettlement. All your race is bound to die, quickly. Or maybe not, if you can prevent it ... Hilarious and visionary tribute to "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" by Douglas Adams, "The Great Phone Directory of the Earth" is the first published book in progress on Facebook, with a worldwide following of more than ten thousand fans.