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Kate Schechter is trying to make a trip from London to Norway, but she feels like the gods are trying to prevent her. In fact, several Norse gods are continuing an old fight, and Kate finds herself in the middle of it, along with holistic detective Dirk Gently. Dirk tries to crack the case while he and Kate travel to Valhalla and back.
Kate is desperately trying to make her flight, but the huge, shaggy man in front of her in line at the airport has no ticket. The ticket counter girl is no help at all, and Kate knows she is going to miss her flight. As Kate walks away from the ticket counter, it goes up in a ball of flame, knocking her unconscious. She wakes up in a hospital after a three-day coma and discovers the large man from the airport, along... View more of the The Long Dark Tea-time of the Soul Summary
The Long Dark Tea-time of the Soul Lesson Plans contain 119 pages of teaching material, including: