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After the war, amid the radiation and rubble, a world government is established based on Relativism. People can do whatever they like – take heroin, fornicate in the street – and believe whatever they like, so long as they don’t tell anyone else what to do or what to believe in.
Underground police enforce the new Law. Dedicated people such as Cussick. Cussick hopes that God is a thing of the past, along with war – at last. What he doesn’t expect is the rise of the devil.
Jones has a mutant ability to see one year into the future. He soars to power, then dictatorship, in an orgy of burning and death, his own evil vision of what is to come. Despite this, Jones sees himself as Christ. He is Cussick’s ultimate enemy. Worse, he has stolen Cussick’s wife. But what can one man do?
Philip K. Dick remained a cult figure until Hollywood translated two of his stories into movies, 'Blade Runner' and 'Total Recall', which defined for a generation a terrifying, and totally plausible future. 'The World Jones Made' is a hauntingly sinister place.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.