Sorry if this is an ignorant question. At the end of the original book series, what has become of Deep Thought?
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How did you enjoy the sixth book when you first read it? Would you like another book by Colfer, someone else, or do you even want another book? I'm bringing this up because I recently finished the series, including the sixth, and I'm wondering what others thought of it.
I've never read any of Colfer's other works, but I believe even though his writing style is different than Adams', he bought his own flair to the book. I would enjoy another book by him, but I'm open to them choosing another person to kind of shake it up.
With several 'places' being areas of space, star sections, star systems, etc, the category Places might not be as accurate a category as the more broad Locations could be. I'm happy to change the category from Places to Locations if we have a majority agreement that this is better suited! Please offer any comments or questions you may have.
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