The Salmon of Doubt
Douglas Adams' death in 2001 at the age of forty-nine deprived the reading world of a great sci-fi writer, a passionate thinker and with his demise, the end of the popular Hitchhiker series. The Salmon of Doubt is a collection of the essays that Adams left, along with a tantalizingly and frustratingly incomplete manuscript for the early chapters of a new novel. The book, however, is worthwhile because it offers his fans a way to commemorate his passing. Surely one of the greatest sci-fi writers of our time.