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O Deus da Fúria AFTER THE HOLOCAUST A NEW GOD EMERGES What Chance Has Tibor McMasters One Limbless Heretic Against The Awesome Powers Of The Legendary Deus Irae, The Wrathful Entity Behind World War III Commissioned To Paint The Deity S Likeness, Tibor Must First Find Him And To Do So He Must Travel Across The Nightmare Landscape Of The Post Holocaust World, Braving Its Terrifying Mutations While His Christian Companion Acts On Orders To Sabotage His Mission


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  1. says:

    Most authors would never dream of casting a limbless man, no arms and no legs, as a central character in his work Philip K Dick has done this at least twice Joining Hoppy Harrington from Dr Bloodmoney as a protagonist is Tibor McMasters, the unlikely hero of Deus Irae, a collaborative effort between Philip K Dick and Roger Zelazney An odd mix of A Canticle for Leibowitz, A Scanner Darkly and Dr Bloodm...


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    Deus Irae je postapokalipti na vizija dva vrsna SF pisca Zelaznija i Dika Obojicu sam upoznao preko malo druga ijih romana Zelaznija preko njegovog Ambera, a Dika itaju i oveka u visokom dvorcu , Minority Report i sli na dela Jedini Dikov roman koji se podosta razlikovao od ostalih koje sam pro itao Tamno skeniranje mi je pokazao kako Dik mo e da bude veoma uvrnut Me utim, ovakvo ne to nisam mogao ni da zamislimNa prvih nekoliko strana romana sam do iveo WTF trenutak Zami Deus Irae je postapokalipti na vizija dva vrsna SF pisca Zelaznija i Dika Obojicu sam upoznao preko malo druga ijih romana Zelaznija preko njegovog Ambera, a Dika itaju i oveka u visokom dvorcu , Minority Report i sli na dela Jedini Dikov roman koji se podosta razlikovao od ostalih koje sam pro itao Tamno skeniranje mi je pokazao kako Dik mo e da bude veoma uvrnut Me utim, ovakvo ne to nisam mogao ni da zami...


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    Written by Roger Zelazny and Philip K Dick Dick began the book but realized he did not know enough about Christianity to finish it He asked Ted White to collaborate on it with him, but after reviewing the manuscript White never got started Zelazny discovered the manuscript in White s home in early 1968, read it, then contacted Dick and agreed to work on it with him Work proceeded sporadically over several years as each author forgot about it in turn and Zelazny s cat took the opportunity t Written by Roger Zelazny and Philip K Dick Dick began the book but realized he did not know enough about Christianity to finish it He asked Ted White to collaborate on it with him, but after reviewing the manuscript White never got started Zelazny discovered the manuscript in White s home in early 1968, read it, then contacted Dick and agreed to work on it with him Work proceeded sporadically over several years as each author forgot about it in turn and Zelazny s cat took the o...


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    Jako zanimljiva knjiga koja govori o postapokalipticnom svetu u kome pored hriscanske crkve koja je na margini postoji i crkva Boga Gneava Posto je gnev sve sto su ljudi i osetili na svojoj kozi vecina prezivelih se odlucu...


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    Of the 36 sci fi novels, nine mainstream novels, one children s book and over 120 short stories that cult author Philip K Dick produced before his premature death at age 53, in 1982, only two creations were done in collaboration with another author The first was 1966 s The Ganymede Takeover, which Dick cowrote with budding writer Ray Nelson An alien invasion novel that deals with the snakelike, tel...


  6. says:

    Critics of Dick often cite paper thin characters and weak plot to justify their criticism, but if you focus on these things you miss the attraction of his books For me, the real payoff is that they open possibilities we never suspected possibilities that are purposefully designed to engage and often undermine our core beliefs Yes, seemingly obscure bits of exegesis sound strange coming from his characters mouths, and they may not always help move the plot along, but it s a train of thought th Critics of Dick often...


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    The style waslike that of a fantasy novel rather than scifi A long journey or a pilgrimage One can t help but try and distinguish what parts are PKD and which are Zelazney s but, overall, it flowed seamlessly eno...


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    One of themystical or theological books of Phillip K Dick that I ve read Don t know if thats Zelazny s influence or not, but I enjoyed it Strays mostly away from PDK concepts like questioning identity, parallel universes, etc Theres some drugs and hallucinatory episodes though Theologically, it is a conflict between the God of Light of Christianity, and the Demiurge God of Evil Deus Irae Carlton Lufteufel of Gnosticism Cathatism The Servants of Wrath I mean, after a nuclear holocaust One of themystical or theological books of Phillip K Dick that I ve read Don t know if thats Zelazny s influence or not, but I enjoyed it Strays mostly away from PDK concepts like questioning identity, parallel universes, etc Theres some drugs and hallucinatory episodes though Theologically, it is a conflict between the God of Light of Christianity, and the Demiurge God of Evil Deus Irae Carlton Lufteufel of Gnosticism Cathatism ...


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    Po mnogo emu podsje a na Millerovog Leibowitza, osim to je stil malo suroviji, te i, mu niji Kolaboracija ova dva autora jedna je od naj udnijih u svijetu SF a Takva dva opre na duha, karaktera, pa i po samim temama koje su obra ivali, dali su jedno pravo malo blago Deus Irae Kako e izgledati kr anstvo nakon apokalipse, kako e se u tom svemu sna i roboti i ra unala, te koje e sve religije na i svoj put prema svjetlu Sve su to pitanja na koja poku ava dati odgovor ova knjiga No, ipa Po mnogo emu podsje a na Millerovog Leibowitza, osim to je stil malo suroviji, te i, mu niji Kolaboracija ova dva autora jedna je od naj udnijih u svijetu SF a Takva dva opre na duha, karaktera, pa i po samim temama koje su obra ivali, dali su jedno pravo ...


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    It falls into the large category of probably good if I understood all of it It s dense with philosophy, with characters prone to internal discussion and digression, and each one seems versed in details of Catharism and other variations of Christian theology As such its larger themes are buried in the details of all these characters instead of the great sweep of the book.If I m understanding the whole of it probably not it is that a mortal sees the Divine through the lens of his her its own It falls into the large category of probably good if I understood all of it It s dense with philosophy, with characters prone ...