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The Salmon of Doubt by Douglas Adams
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Sep 18, 2014

really liked it
bookshelves: science-fiction, 20th-century, humor, 21st-century, short-stories
Read in January, 2006

This book is not worth reading for the story (although if you feel like cursing God for killing off Adams before he finished it, you're welcome to join me). The beginnings of what would be the sixth Hitchhiker/third Dirk Gently book are tantalizing, but the best part of this book can be found in the essays by Adams on all sorts of topics. In many ways, this is Adams at his best, lovingly riffing on just about everything. It's a reminder of why we're going to miss him so much.

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