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4.0 out of 5 stars
Don't think too much, 10 Dec. 2002
I cannot believe the tone of some of the reviews for God's Debris. This is a simple book designed to make people think or re-think about their perceptions. Adam's, somewhat apologetically, states in the preface that part of the 'game' is to question his logic, to find the flaws. Those people that are complaining about the book seem to have missed the point. They are getting hung up on fact, when the whole purpose of the book was to challenge and provoke. Given the degree of their disregard for this book I would suggest that Adams succeeded in getting the response he desired. Bravo.
The book is a simple, quick read but that does not detract from it being a worthwhile read. For those critics who have suggested that it shouldn't have even made it to print - my goodness - given the amount of drivel that is published, I certainly do not feel that this falls into that category. It is a thought experiment - think about it (but not too much!)