I like Scott Adams, I like the way the Dilbert Books hold a mirror up to the contradictions and downright stupidity of corporate life, but I wonder why Scott has thrown his hat in the philosophical ring with "God's Debris". It's a fun read, it doesn't stretch the intellect and is a nice way to spend a few hours. However, I wonder why it was published. Many writers have short stories and unfinished novels which explore and develop ideas in an attempt to evolve some of them into a finished product. I believe this book should have remained in a "work in progress" file until the ideas had been developed further. It reads like an early draft for a book, not the finished article. Please don't misunderstand me, I think this could have been a really good book with a bit more work and I did enjoy it, but I wonder if it would have been published had Mr Adams not had the successful Dilbert franchise behind him.