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Der lange dunkle Fünfuhrtee der Seele

von Douglas Adams

Reihen: Dirk Gently (2)

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Dirk Gently has fallen on hard times and dresses as a gypsy woman, using his irritatingly accurate clairvoyant powers to read palms. He is saved when a frantic client turns up with a ludicrous story about being stalked by a goblin waving a contract accompanied by a hairy, green-eyed, scythe-wielding monster. When Detective Superintendent Gilks decides a headless body found in a sealed room is the result of a particularly irritating suicide, Dirk is plunged into a mystery where the interconnectedness of all things is tested to the limit.… (mehr)
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It's like American Gods, but not as good. ( )
  isovector | Dec 13, 2020 |
Meh. I thought I'd give Adams a chance. I can see why some might like his writing but his style is not my cup of tea. It is infused with an ebullience to be clever and witty seemingly for the sake of being clever and witty, and with a distracting flare for sensuous scenery at the expense of the narrative pace. ( )
  m.j.brown | Dec 13, 2020 |
I liked this one much better the the debut of this series. Dirk Gently this time finds himself with a deal client and some very living Gods who are causing havoc in this world. As usual, his unususal investatory methods save the day, and, in Adams tradition, a very un-ordinary day at that. ( )
  Colleen5096 | Oct 29, 2020 |
Adams’ descriptions are clever and unexpected, and he strings together a series of events even more bizarre and unexpected than his descriptions. Sometimes I felt exhausted on behalf of his poor protagonists, bounced from one mishap to another, but I was impressed by Adams’ ability to turn this madness into such a coherent story.

She passed the time quietly in a world of her own in which she was surrounded as far as the eye could see with old cabin trunks full of past memories in which she rummaged with great curiosity, and sometimes bewilderment. Or, at least, about a tenth of the cabin trunks were full of vivid and often painful or uncomfortable memories of her past life; the other nine tenths were full of penguins, which surprised her. Insofar as she recognised at all that she was dreaming, she realised that she must be exploring her subconscious mind. She had heard it said that humans are supposed only to use about a tenth of their brains, and that no one was really clear what the other nine tenths were for, but she had certainly never heard it suggested that they were used for storing penguins. ( )
1 abstimmen Herenya | Jun 17, 2020 |
İlk kitaptan gerek kurgu gerek de espri kalitesi açısından daha başarılı buldum.Çeviride göze batan bir şey yoktu ama kitap neredeyse redaksiyona uğramamış gibiydi, bazı yerlerde Dirk, Dick diye yazılmış. ( )
  Tobizume | Jun 9, 2020 |
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Dirk Gently has fallen on hard times and dresses as a gypsy woman, using his irritatingly accurate clairvoyant powers to read palms. He is saved when a frantic client turns up with a ludicrous story about being stalked by a goblin waving a contract accompanied by a hairy, green-eyed, scythe-wielding monster. When Detective Superintendent Gilks decides a headless body found in a sealed room is the result of a particularly irritating suicide, Dirk is plunged into a mystery where the interconnectedness of all things is tested to the limit.

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