A MAZE OF DEATH by Philip K. Dick

A MAZE OF DEATH

KIRKUS REVIEW

A group of baldly hostile "misfits" on planet Delmak-O seem to be outward (or inward or merely sideways) bound. And even electrically transmitted prayers to the real Deity in all His manifestations are short circuited. While on bleak Delmak-O there are tiny buildings that roam about with cannon, bees that point cameras and flies that play Granada, while the group of thirteen continue their murders and cogitations, and Seth, the protagonist, opts for eternal silence once he's learned the score. Psycho-theo-logistics, cloudy with conundrums, but it holds one.
Pub Date: July 24th, 1970
ISBN: 0679752986
Page count: 218pp
Publisher: Doubleday
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1st, 1970




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