A novel about mainframe computers, hypnotic regression, rock and roll, That Voice In Your Mind, multiple personalities, serious romance, and of course, the nature of reality.
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"An enormously fresh spacetime horizon." -Alexander Eliot, author of The Universal Myths and The Global Myths.
"I enjoyed Dreamer greatly. The story has a haunting quality that kept me coming back for the next chapter and the next and the next. The atmosphere of the edge-of-the-visual field possibilities was well done." -Charles T. Tart, Professor Emeritus, Psychology, University of California, Davis.
Praise for The Atomic Express: "Exploding atomic bombs in the Nevada desert in the '50s must have been surreal, but imagine the personalities involved: eccentric scientists building bombs and theologies, ambitious military men building armies and careers, slick politicians, enlisted pawns. If that's not weird enough for you, sprinkle in flying Cadillac bombs, escalators to parallel universes, avenging angels, orgasmic blimp rides through hell, and train rides through the heavens. This work is cinematic in its sweep and nuclear grandeur, but it's also put together very much like a film, composed of hundreds of sharp, telling scenes. In the grand tradition of Pynchon and Heller, the book is an irreverent collage of absurdity and symbolism."-CROW Quarterly Review
Praise for Under the Cloud: "Under the Cloud is a chilling documentary history of America's above-ground nuclear tests conducted during the 1950's and early 1960's. Miller takes on the subject and universalizes it, at the same time giving it the flavor of a Dos Passos novel. Scary stuff."-Kirkus Review.Review:
"An enormously fresh spacetime horizon!" -- Alexander Eliot, author of The Universal Myths and the Global Myths.
"Exciting and fun! And it's got a hidden tie-in with real consciousness research!" -- Evan Harris Walker, author of The Physics of Consciousness, the Quantum Mind and the Meaning of Life.
"I enjoyed Dreamer greatly. The story has a haunting quality that kept me coming back." -- Charles T.Tart, Professor Emeritus, Psychology, University of California, Davis.
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