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"One man's delusion is another 'ganger's reality."
This simple, yet cryptic, phrase sums up the ultra-violent and entertaining first novel in the Scikungfi Trilogy. Join Dr. Read more
My third book by this author and i have 2 say. "wonderful" the silly stuff he writes about puts a smile on my face. Read morePublished on June 26, 2011 by Donald Armfield
David Harlem Wilson's Dr. Identity is my first encounter with the science fiction genre and it was not a letdown. Read morePublished on March 3, 2010 by M. Byrne
Not a word wasted.
More ideas than 100 sci-fi novels.
More violence than the Crusades.
It is ace. Read more
reviewed by Cellblock (Withersin Magazine)
This book took me less than a day to read, but about a week to digest and I found myself rereading pages... Read more
After reading the first few chapters of this book, you'll think to yourself "Wow, this guy REALLY knows his sci-fi. Read morePublished on September 14, 2007 by J. Krall
D. Harlan Wilson's Dr. Identity is a hip, darkly funny satire that focuses on newly minted assistant professor Dr. Read morePublished on August 26, 2007 by Kristina M. Darling
I have been a fan of D.Harlan Wilson's very descriptive and at times disturbing stories, but never have I been able to connect the dots until reading Dr. Identity. Read morePublished on April 12, 2007 by Jane L. Smith