The Search for the Dice Man - Luke Rhinehart Reviews
Description:ISBN 0006513913 / Author: Luke Rhinehart / Genre: Fiction / The sequel to the cult classic The Dice Man. Larry Rhinehart is the son of an ... more
The Search for the Dice Man - Luke Rhinehart ... infamous father - psychiatrist Luke Rhinehart, otherwise known as the Dice Man. Luke became a cult figure in the seventies, inspiring thousands to follow him into the anarchic world of Dice Living, where every decision is made not by the self, but by the roll of the dice. Larry, however, is emphatically not a follower. He has grown up to have a great respect for order and control. A wealthy Wall Street analyst, all set to marry the boss's daughter, Larry has got life where he wants it. Until rumours begin to circulate about the reappearance of his long-vanished father -- and Larry's carefully organized world begins to look a lot less certain.
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It's 20 or so years since the end of "The Diceman", and Larry (son of "The Diceman") has grown up and rebelled against the chaotic lifestyle/religion initiated by his father by living a nicely ordered life with a good job (something in the city), complete with generous salary and suitable fiancee. Don't you just know it's not gonna stay that way?? The arrival of the FBI looking for his supposedly dead father upsets his boss (who also just happens to be his father-in-law-to-be), so Larry decides to track down Luke, dead or alive. His journey takes him via some old friends of Lukes, to the DiceCentres (set up to train people in living by . Read the complete review
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