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    The cult classic that can still change your life....  

    Let the dice decide! 

    When a bored psychologist hands over all of his decisions to chance, making choices on the roll of a die, he transforms his life – and the world. Because when you follow the dice, anything can happen. 

    Entertaining, shocking, funny, and frightening – 50 years after its first publication, The Dice Man remains one of the most influential and subversive cult novels of all time.

    ©2018 Luke Rhinehart (P)2018 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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    "Touching, ingenious and beautifully comic." (Anthony Burgess)

    "Hilarious and well-written...sex always seems to be an option." (Time Out)

    "Brilliant...very impressive." (Colin Wilson)

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    • 20.07.2020

    This book will make you think...

    The reader does a really great job. Dialogues are easier to understand because he changes his voice and intonation.
    Some parts of the book say a lot about society. Even though the book is almost 50 years old, some parts apply 100 % to modern society. The book will not change my life, but it made me think. Some text passages are difficult to listen to.
    A lot of explicit sexual content, a lot of perversion. If you're senstive, you'd rather listen to different books.