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The Dice Man Paperback – May 1, 1998
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The cult classic that can still change your life! Let the dice decide! This is the philosophy that changes the life of bored psychiatrist Luke Rhinehart -- and in some ways changes the world as well. Because once you hand over your life to the dice, anything can happen. Entertaining, humorous, scary, shocking, subversive, The Dice Man is one of the cult bestsellers of our time.
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Not recommended for children or even young adults, because I think it can be disturbing, or it can push them to lead their life by a strange way. I think that a little maturity is necessary to read such a book, to be able to make the difference between what is right and what is wrong.
There is also a lot of mature content (sexual) in it, so just be aware of that, nothing really shocking, I mean, well, okay, let's move on, if I may say... :-)
One thing is sure, is that this book is very original, it makes me think very hard about how I am leading my life and if my choices are the most suitable for me, it brings a lot of questions, it is certainly not a stupid book, basically, it is a philosophical novel with some sex scenes in it, funny sometimes, more complicated some other times, certainly not the kind of books that you can forget!
After having said all this, I must precise that I love it.
This could have been more interesting if nearly all the other characters weren't either foils for the mad genius Rhinehart or his devoted followers. And if he'd been just a little aware that he might not be the first person to raise these questions. Ninety years before Rhinehart, Nietzsche was grappling, on a much deeper level, with similar issues.
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