Deus Irae (Folio Science Fiction) (French) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Jan 2001
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I have had something similar happen once before when I selected DVDs, ordered one and, when it was delivered, found it to be a VHS tape. I think that Amazon needs to review its search criteria and upgrade them to stop stuff like this happening.
Is the book any good? Don't know, my french is strictly schoolboy standard. It came in a nice cardboard package though.
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This is not entirely a bad thing-- who else could have an armless legless muralist out on a quest to paint the God of Wrath? A God who lives with an idiot girl and does anyone to find him in a world where the mutations run wild after WWIII.
The good: sulky automatic car repair robots, concept, relations between the characters, and moments of beauty among the dystopia.
The bad: Zelazny and Dick like talking to each other more than they like talking to us. I generally really enjoy Dick's digressions on religion, but this was a bit more bewildering and harder to read than usual.
Still, a must-read for Dick fans.
a well known fact That Phillip K. Dick was a paranoid schizophrenic that thought
everyone was out to *get him*. So he was very reclusive! Anyway he and Roger Zelazny
got together one day and decided to produce a book that was a parody of Religeon
So they get this *master printer* who happens to be a quadrapoligic I.e. he can't paint with either
his hands or feet but hold a brush in his teeth in order to paint. So naturally he's considered
the greatest painter ever to be. So naturally the Church wants to send him out to find God and Paint his Face.
(are you beginning to get the picture here??) Nobody can paint the Face of God. It just so happens that
Phillip K. Dick was an atheist (who thinks there is no God) and Roger Zelazny is an Agnostic (which means he doubts
their is a God). So the two of them together and write this book. And off goes our quadropoligic (sp?) in his wheelchair
to find the face of God. So after many adventures he gets tired of searching and wants to go home. So he find this
old drunk guy who says he's God. So he decides to paint him and takes his portrait back home and they are so gleeful
with his picture they hang it up in their Church and all start to pray to God. The End.