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View all 5 comments. I don’t usually re-read old favourites, but I fully intend to pick up The Dice Man again someday.
To sum up, The Dice Man is entertaining, rhinebart, philosophical and worth the time. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Yaakov Markel rated it liked it Jun 24, It is a bit What an ingenious idea. Women are luje gagging for it, aren’t they? Unfortunately, the options that Rhinehart assigns to the different sides of the dice are self-destructive and, quite often, inconsiderate and selfish e. Once I started reading I discovered that my friends’ explanation of this book made more sense and appealed rhinehrt than the book itself does.
Sep 09, Anton rated it it was ok Shelves: But no – how wrong I was. The question, then, is how far is Rhinehart willing to go in allowing the dice to decide for him?
Trivia About The Dice Man. In his eyes the dice will liberate mankind And though in itself this is quite an interesting find, The rhindhart is just too long and has too much sex for my taste I would have preferred it shorter and a bit more chaste.
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The concept rhjnehart the book is ritualistic and makes you think it is an absolute genius, but it feels as if the writer is not a tree lover.
The Dice Man is a book I’d heard about and was happy to read when it was suggested for book club.
View all 3 comments. He did it once and once is wonderful enough. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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The people I recommend it to lyke those with unconventional philosophies about life and society, who indulges in conspiracy theories, the kind of person who’s just not mainstream. People are generally brought up to believe that they are in control of their lives. Its protagonist is Luke Rhinehart, a professional psychiatrist who decides early in the rhineharr to let dice determine his actions. Open Preview See a Problem? Mar 15, Ensiform rated it did not like it Shelves: View all 11 comments.
Given the way it is depicted luje the novel, I would say no, as Arlene does eventually gives consent, even if she doesn’t instigate and calls it a rape along with Luke. See 1 question about The Dice Man…. But if you’re honest with yourself, you probably won’t have much trouble thinking of at least a couple of occasions when you’ve had sex with someone, or made another important decision, for no very good reason at all.
You’re on a blind date with a rhniehart who isn’t much but he thinks very highly of himself.
Through the course of the book he coverts others to his philosophy and creates followers called the dicepeople. Oct 25, Charlotte rated it did not like it. I’d been told about this bit, but I’d always assumed it was further along in the book, something dark and disturbing which he builds up to.
Well, you’ve only heard half of it And like all feminists, I have my own definition of what it means to be a feminist. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Actually, the book constantly goes on and on about sex don’t be fooled – this did not make it interesting – it was not good, passionate sex! Soon afterwards, he was engaged in the creation of a dice center in New York City.
Try to not Due to other reviews, let me first state that this is a heavily ironic, playful and darkly-humorous novel. Now, with his fiction inspiring devotees of the die around the world, Rhinehart has written “The Book of the Die–a bible and manual for the dice life.
Luke Rhinehart is the pen name of the author George Cockcroft. This despite the fact that the entire draw of the book was to generate a constant flow of insanity. As it happens, no rape is needed, since she’d anyway been thinking daam he was rather hot, and what a shame he’d never tried anything.
I do that a lot, I know. So bad lue fact luie the prominence it is always given in bookstores – because they know people will buy it based on the concept alone – irks me as I enter them.
Good Idea, Bad Delivery! If it’s a six, you can post an angry comment Does the the term and how liberally it is used in the novel still bother me? Fortunately for the book, Luke Rhinehart is an interesting enough protagonist to carry the story without a strong supporting cast.
Subsequently he received a PhD in psychology, also from Columbia. The author maintains the plot well and, in comparison to many other novels, the conclusion rjinehart which the narrative builds is one of the most satisfying I have seen; it is certainly one of the best kinds of conclusions one could employ with regard to the ideas the novel explores.