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    What do a dead cat, a computer whiz-kid, an electric monk who believes the world is pink, quantum mechanics, a chronologist over 200 years old, Samuel Taylor Coleridge (poet) and pizza have in common?

    Apparently not much, until Dirk Gently, self-styled private investigator, sets out to prove the fundamental interconnectedness of all things by solving a mysterious murder, assisting a mysterious professor, unravelling a mysterious mystery and eating a lot of pizza - not to mention saving the entire human race from extinction along the way (at no extra charge).

    To find out more, listen to this audiobook (better still, buy it then listen to it) - or contact Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency.

    Continue this surreal series with The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul and the unfinished The Salmon of Doubt.

    ©2009 Douglas Adams (P)2021 Macmillan Publishers International Ltd

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    Fun and stange

    Like most books of Douglas Adams it’s a pleasure to listen to and very well read by Stephen Mangan. Just some passages get a bit stretched out. Can truly recommend „last chance to see“ though.