Definitely a book worth reading for anyone interested in the modern history of psychedelics.
This man's mind is truly unique and his monumental discoveries, combined with his spectacular longevity and health, command respect.
I would recommend buying a new reprint to read (or read online) AND one of the rare collectibles if you have the money.
I commend this man. But as a writer trying to actually describe the significance of LSD? I prefer Leary, Huxley, ram das, shulgin, alan watts, etcPublished 17 days ago by Jonathan Wright
Book is obviously good and it came during the time frame posted to me; but really? I took 2 and a half weeks to get to my house. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Cory Martin
Dr. Hoffman was a humble and kind person who writes very well. He was a fine chemist, spending his entire career at Sandoz Labs and inventing several substances that wound up being... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Andy Ridinger
Could have been better written, but Hoffman was chemist, not a writer. As many people reading this book may well use LSD at sometime, I offer the following as just a suggestion: Do... Read morePublished 11 months ago by C Libanoff
Albert Hofmann (1906-2008) was a Swiss scientist who was the first person to synthesize and learn of the psychedelic effects of LSD; he has written/cowritten other books such as... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Steven H Propp
Did not realize this was glorifying drug use. Never took it out of the package. What a disappointment!! Read morePublished 13 months ago by wendy buckley
I thought this book would be a bit easier to read. Definitely a not a leisure book to sit down and read on a rainy day.Published 14 months ago by george rider