The Long, Dark Tea-time of the Soul - Douglas Adams

The other Dirk Gently book!

This one wanders quite firmly over to more of a fantasy genre, although the previous book lurked on the edge of that space. I didn't enjoy it quite as much. The connectedness runs through this book as a stronger thread than in the last book. It's enjoyable for the most part, but I felt it made for a let-down ending: Dirk fails to (intentionally) do anything helpful, and then connectedness sorts it out at the end anyway. I like the fridge, though.

Posted 2016-12-08.