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The proponent of the novel, Horselover Fat, is thrust into a theological quest when he receives communion in a burst of pink laser light. From the cancer ward of a bay area hospital to the ranch of a fraudulent charismatic religious figure who turns out to have a direct com link with God, Dick leads us down the twisted paths of Gnostic belief, mixed with his own bizarre and compelling philosophy. Truly an eye opening look at the nature of consciousness and divinity. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Read while on acid and Ascend to a higher from of being.Published 5 days ago by Peter T. Kolonko III
I am having a hard time getting into this. The beginning is mostly gibberish, with references to many different conversations all mushed together with no context or location. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John Maddog
I LOVE Philip K Dick, but found this book near unreadable for my tastes. I refuse to not finish a book once I've started, so I finished... Read morePublished 3 months ago by bjbooks
After watching the movie Radio Free Albemuth I researched the movie and PKD. I discovered Valis and read it via Amazon Unlimited. Read morePublished 4 months ago by George Allen Papapetrou
I forgot how enjoyable this Sci-Fi book was when I first read it... Worth re-reading!Published 4 months ago by C. Hintz
Speedy service and the book was in perfect, like new condition! Thanks!Published 5 months ago by Kaitlin_Logic
A great book - very heady - he gets annoying with his dense logistics of mysticism.Published 7 months ago by Weisman
This book is ultimately about Gnosticism. PKD was, in fact, a "precog" himself. A person who could "see" strands of possible futures. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sarina Salazar
Instead of reviewing the whole book thoroughly (too lazy), I will focus on one aspect of it, the probable climax, the conversation with "St" Sophia, in the dark-haired body of a... Read morePublished 7 months ago by NoF