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This review is from: The Dice Man (Paperback)It has been a while now since I have read a book that has had such a profound affect on me. The Dice Man literally is a book of change.
It is written as an autobiographical account of Luke Rhineharts live and the inception and development of dice therapy, an exercise in healing ones self by playing any and every role/character that you desire, all randomly dictated by the roll of a dice.
This may not sound to interesting but I can assure you that it is. Mr Rhineharts ability to carve out the story almost like a play with each new page turning up another interesting facet of the many characters portrayed is gripping reading.
Disturbing at times, tempting at others the book really is a rollercoaster ride of highs and lows. It has started an underground movement of dice enthusiasts that will probably immoratalise the novel in the years to come.
I cannot praise this book enough, buy it and read it, you really will not be sorry.