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An important clarification...
I was reading TV Tropes and it made mention of Douglas Adams' unfinished Dirk Gently novel The Salmon of Doubt. This confused me in that I had thought that book was the 6th H2G2 book written by Eoin Colfer based on notes by DA. It turns out that that book is titled "And Another Thing...", and that "Salmon of Doubt" is a collection of unpublished works by DA, including the unfinished Dirk Gently novel of the same name. DA thought it might be better as an H2G2 book, but it was unfinished at his death.

Given that, I think it's worth hunting down a copy and reading it.

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Not sure which one you mean is worth hunting down, but the Colfer book was seriously unworth it. (Salmon of Doubt, on the other hand, I do recommend.)

I had thought that SoD was the Colfer book and had ignore it to the point of not even finding out I was wrong.

Now I know I was wrong, I'll stop ignoring it, but still ignore the Colfer book.

I read Salmon of Doubt, it is worth it, but only to Douglas Adams devotees.

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