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The Triune Man Paperback – March 2, 2008
About the Author
Richard A. Lupoff has been writing top-notch SF and mystery books since the 60s, as well as giving radio interviews and publishing numerous articles. He resides in Berkeley CA where he recently started his own imprint in conjunction with Ramble House, Surinam Turtle Press. He plans to publish numerous great old mystery and SF books in the near future.
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It's a complex story, bouncing around between various characters both "real" and fictional. There seemed to be a definite Buddhist influence, at least as far as character names were concerned. The time period was a little hard to pin down, because although Lupoff writes about a character's digital watch, the comic story within-a-story smacks of an overwrought 1930s sensibility, replete with declarations about THE MOST BRILLIANT SCIENTIST/BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IN THE WORLD! declarations and excessive exclamation marks. And it's hard to imagine that in the 1970s, daily newspaper comic strips were as big a deal as the book makes them out to be.
All in all, though, it's a quick, fun read that may or may not stick with you. I'm glad I revisited.