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. Written by Roger Zelazny and Philip K. Dick. Dick began the book but realized he did not know enough about Christianity to finish it. He asked Ted White to collaborate on it with him, but after reviewing the manuscript White never got started.
Deus Irae is a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel by American authors Philip K. Dick and Roger Zelazny. It was published in Deus irae, meaning God of Wrath in Latin, is a play on Dies Irae, meaning Day of Wrath or Judgment Day. This novel is based on Dick's . Dick wrote this in collaboration with another sf great, Roger Zelazny, though the end result is not really one of either author's best efforts. In a post-World-War-III wasteland a religion has grown up around the God of Wrath, whose human embodiment is one Carleton Lufteufel, the government official who detonated the doomsday device that.
Near Fine Authors: Philip K. Dick, Roger Zelazny. ISBN: Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+: Minor edge wear and bump to spine ends. Not price-clipped. Book Condition: Near Fine: Firm copy with minor bumping to spine and corners.