A clever and impressive novel, a drug-infused meta story that never wants to reveal too much or make definitive judgements.
Herman Hesse meets Salman Rushdie: the acceptance and presentation of what's beyond the veil as part of everyday life coupled with a scholarly grasp of the subject matter.
Somehow this story puts into words the life grail we are all seeking.
Equal parts hippy travelogue and pulp existential thriller . . . a witty and weird tale with shades of both Philip K Dick, and Kieron Gillen/Jamie McKelvie's comic The Wicked + The Divine.
This is a beautifully written, fascinating and interesting book.
Such is the nature of the cult of L.R. Frederick's 'Time and Light' series, and if it doesn't expand you mind to new possibilities, you'll at least find it an enjoyable romp though some old ones.
Truly a slice of magic and a work of imaginative genius.
An experience that is both absorbing and emotional.