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Deus irae

Author: Philip K Dick; Roger Zelazny
Publisher: New York : Dell, 1977 [1977]. ©1976
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In the years following World War III, a new and powerful faith has arisen from a scorched and poisoned Earth, a faith that embraces the architect of world wide devastation. The Servants of Wrath have deified Carlton Lufteufel and re-christened him the Deus Irae. In the small community of Charlottesville, Utah, Tibor McMasters, born without arms or legs, has, through an array of prostheses, established a far-reaching  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Science fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip K Dick; Roger Zelazny
ISBN: 0440118387 : 9780440118381
OCLC Number: 5091360
Notes: Novel.
"Dell SF 11838"--Cover.
Description: 238 pages ; 18 cm.
Responsibility: Philip K. Dick & Roger Zelazny.

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In the years following World War III, a new and powerful faith has arisen from a scorched and poisoned Earth, a faith that embraces the architect of world wide devastation. The Servants of Wrath have deified Carlton Lufteufel and re-christened him the Deus Irae. In the small community of Charlottesville, Utah, Tibor McMasters, born without arms or legs, has, through an array of prostheses, established a far-reaching reputation as an inspired painter. When the new church commissions a grand mural depicting the Deus Irae, it falls upon Tibor to make a treacherous journey to find the man, to find the god, and capture his terrible visage for posterity.

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