7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
A book that infuses quite a fair bit on Eastern philosophy,
This review is from: The Doors of Perception: And Heaven and Hell (Paperback)
It is a fairly short book that is easy to go through. Quite an interesting read as Huxley offers a unique perception into what he sees after he took the mescalin, though some of the descriptions are quite abstract and tends to veer off into Eastern philosophical references. Makes one wonder about the possibility of another world beyond ours. Would recommend it if you are looking for a not-so-ordinary or usual subject matter for light reading, not so if you are looking for answers and facts.