Books by Paul Devereux

NON-FICTION
Released: Aug. 12, 1997

"But he shows that judgments would be better made in a climate of rational inquiry into the obviously basic human predilection for altered consciousness. (83 b&w illustrations, not seen) (Author tour)"
An independent specialist breezily and a bit tendentiously summarizes the archaeological and anthropological understanding, such as it is, of the widespread use of hallucinogenic plants around the world since the earliest times. Read full book review >