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God Drug [Kindle Edition]

Stephen L. Antczak
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Book Description

GOD DRUG is an incredible journey into a mind altering reality--or is it reality? Experimenting with this drug is like no other experience you've ever had, your mind and existence bend and the adventure begins! A ground breaking "science fiction" novel from one of today's most dynamic writers. Stephen L. Antczak has created a novel that will become a "cult classic" and be talked about for decades to come. A thinking man's science fiction novel like no other.

Editorial Reviews


"God Drug" is a modern underground classic on a par with Kurt Vonnegut's "Slaughterhouse Five". -- C.J. Henderson, author of The Stench of Fresh Air

"God Drug" is a punkadelic trip into the dark side of the human soul. It's a flying, terrifying voyage... -- Sleazy P. Martini of GWAR

Antczak's book is a trip. "God Drug" has all the ingredients of the very best modern science fiction. -- Michael Moorcock, Author of Elric of Melnibone

About the Author

Stephen L. Antczak sang in a punk rock band called Officer Friendly during the late 80's in Gainesville, Florida, where he co-wrote and co-starred in "Twisted Issues", named one of the 20 Most Important Underground Movies of the 1980s by Film Threat Video Guide. His short story collection, "Daydreams Undertaken", published in the spring of 2004, achieved great critical success. He lives in Atlanta with his amazingly supportive girlfriend and their six pets.

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  • File Size: 416 KB
  • Print Length: 208 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0055OD5PS
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5.0 out of 5 stars Really strange and really good July 12, 2005
Tom and Sparrow, his lover, are part of the punk music scene in present-day Gainesville, Florida. Sparrow is part of a band that has a gig at Dave-O's, the local punk music club. Earlier that day, they score some LSD, that was not meant for them, from Galactic Bill, the local drug source.

Meantime, near Atlanta, Georgia, a young woman named Hanna wakes up in a suburban house next to a fat, hairy guy. She has no memory of who she is or how she got there, except for flashbacks of having served in the Vietnam War, even though she is nowhere near old enough to have served. Hanna gets in a car and heads south, not knowing where she is going. Along the way, she meets The General, an older man in uniform who certainly remembers Hanna.

When they reach Gainesville, Hanna realizes that The General is some sort of alien whose task is to absorb certain people, and thereby become part of Jovah. She realizes this after seeing The General swallow Galactic Bill whole, like a snake eating a rat. Back at the punk club, the LSD begins to have an effect, and suddenly, everyone at the club is flying, as long as the music keeps playing. When a malfunctioning amp stops the music, gravity takes over, violently. While in the air, Tom, Sparrow and their friends watch as a giant mechanical dragon lays waste to Gainesville, like a modern-day Godzilla movie. They can't help but think that this is the ultimate drug trip, but this is reality (that's the magic word). They meet Hanna and The General, who must absorb Hanna to become "whole."

This book does a fine job at messing with conceptions of reality. One can almost hear the punk music in the background. This one is really strange and really good.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Hoped for more March 5, 2013
By G.Wilde
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This book had a lot of potential. The author's style of story telling kept this book in my hand not wanting to put it down. When I did put it down, I felt let down. For all of the cool visuals and strange events that kept me reading this book, the explanation tying it all together just seemed really weak to me. Had the conclusion been better, I would have given it 5 stars. I will definitely check out any other books from this author that cross my path.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good to see people not writing about vampires February 26, 2013
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This book was very different and a great story. Took you on a great journey with lots of destruction and mayhem!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cool Book October 31, 2004
Having read this book and daydreams undertaken I can tell this is one awesome author. Can't wait to read more by Steve Antczak.
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More About the Author

I sold my first short story in 1990 and have sold over 50 stories since then, mostly science fiction, fantasy and horror. Some of my stories were collected into a book called DAYDREAMS UNDERTAKEN, published by Marietta Publishing, 2004. My novel, GOD DRUG, illustrated by artist Andy Lee, was also published by Marietta Publishing in 2004.


I co-wrote the short film NO WITNESS featuring Shawn Mullins, and co-wrote the feature film based on it, also called NO WITNESS, starring Corey Feldman, Jeff Fahey and Marisa Petroro. I wrote the script for the feature film SEX & CONSEQUENCES starring Corbin Bernsen & Joan Severance.

My play, ROMEO'S GHOST, was produced in Chicago and Los Angeles.

My comic book, NIGHTWOLF: THE PRICE, was published by Devil's Due Publishing and optioned for TV by 20th Century Fox. Another comic I wrote, ARKADIAN, was optioned by Hong Kong based FilmOrient. I also wrote the comic HERC BROWN and co-wrote the graphic novel BEOWULF THE LEGEND.

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