The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch
Pages no: 231
I think I really liked it- but I'm not entirely sure what happened. Classic time-warping, reality-bending, mind-twisting SF. Lots of fun, but stretch before reading!
Not as well-crafted as some of Dick's other novels, but still a mind-blowing working out of an extremely important, if scary, truth about human existence (i.e. the persistence of the folly of power and control as the root of human-derived evil).
Three's my lucky number And fortune comes in threes But I wish I knew that number That even little children seem to see Oh, I'm missing everything I knew It's just so hard to be a child Oh, i'm missing all the things i knew Yet whinge i knew nothing at all I whinge i knew nothing at all
Found it a little confusing, but it was a great lecture!
What I would give for a dick I don't know, but I'm perfectly willing to pay 2 pounds a piece for them. Review of 'Saint Maybe' and 'Stigmata'There were clues in the titles, I realise retrospectively, that these were both books about God: ‘Saint’ in one, ‘Stigmata’ in the other…a complete coincidence...