Quite simply the best book I have read in a long, long time. Combines the rational thought of most human beings with the "don't give a shit," attitude we would all like to use, sometimes.
How many of us have been sat in work on a dreary, wet Thursday afternoon and looked out the window and thought, "there has to be something different to this," or thought of just getting up from where you're sat and walking off on some adventure.
Well, Luke Rhinehardt takes his boundaries and pushes them as far as he can. Admittedly he does go a little far with some, but it does show that we really are trained into a certain train of thought however free we actually believe ourselves to be. There are things we would all like to do, good and bad, and Luke Rhinehardt explores these avenues of the human condition.
Everyone should read this book, and I dare anyone to read it and not make at least one major decision using the die.
Even though Luke Rhinehardt is a fictional character it could be you or I, and you will see what I mean when you read the book.
So go on, pick up the die, roll it, if it's a 1,2 or 3 then you will buy the book now and start reading it, if it's a 4 or 5 you will leave it for one year exactly and roll again. If it's a six you get out of your chair now, go to your bosses house or office and cut off each one of his thumbs with a blunt letter opener. Remember now, don't roll that die if you're not willing to do as it says.
Remember, the die is your friend, keep it safe.