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"The British author of the Hitchhiker trilogy and other immensely popular lunacies, Adams permits no whiff of common sense to spoil his new novel, which combines fantasy, hilarity and creeping horrors," remarked PW . Here, sleuth Dirk Gently investigates a lawyer and an advertiser who possess the soul of the god Odin. "The plot's ramifications are marvelous, bloody and irresistible."
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When a passenger check-in desk at London's Heathrow Airport disappears in a ball of orange flame, the explosion is deemed an act of God. But which god, wonders holistic detective Dirk Gently? What god would be hanging around Heathrow trying to catch the 3:37 to Oslo? And what has this to do with Dirk's latest--and late-- client, found only this morning with his head revolving atop the hit record "Hot Potato"? Amid the hostile attentions of a stray eagle and the trauma of a very dirty refrigerator, super-sleuth Dirk Gently will once again solve the mysteries of the universe... --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Editorial Reviews
A great follow up to the first Dirk Gently book. This volume sees the return of this disheveled sleuth, and more of Adam's standard with and observational humor. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Clare
Maybe it is just me, but sometimes, when a person (or writer) becomes known for a certain thing, perhaps they overdo it. I loved Hitchhiker's Guide and the sequels. Read morePublished 29 days ago by TW Brown, Author, Editor, and Reviewer
Funny, well-written and a quick read that stays with you in the best possible way.Published 29 days ago by Chad
the writing of Douglas Adams has no parallel; it is pure genius, and the reason (ultimately) that i became an English major.
the books he left us are all treasures.
Adams has the ability to take a seemingly ridiculous idea and, with words, massage our brains into believing that, yes, this is probable - and not only probable but the only likely... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Delbert Griffith