The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul
Publish date: March 1st 1989
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Pages no: 211
Edition language: English
As I made my way into the second Dirk Gently novel, I discovered that I had quite forgotten (or just never read) what the book synopsis was and was thus surprised to realize that among this book's characters were the gods Thor and Odin. This was only really a surprise because of the recent Avengers ...
"Enter the slightly off kilter world of Dirk Gently, where Norse gods run amok in the streets of London while a holistic detective tries to unravel the beheading of a record producer. Sound confusing? Welcome to the mind of Douglas Adams. Everyone knows Douglas for his Hitchhiker's trilogy (all four...
Fun in a sadly beautiful and very British sort of way. There's a pleasing harmony between the mundane and not so mundane things that happen to Dirk and Kate throughout the book, and the juxtaposition between Kate's reaction to these events and Dirk's is enjoyable. There is also a very artful harmo...
Such a weird book...enjoyable though.Funny.
I just could not get into the Dirk Gently books. They were all over the place.
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