Condition: read once
TRANSMIGRATION OF TIMOTHY ARCHER
The final and maybe most difficult to read novel
of the series that includes "Valis" and "The
Divine Intervention" is written from the viewpoint
of a woman.
Usually, in the third volume of a trilogy, things come
to an end, get resovled. This atmophere refuses to manifest
The episcopalian Bishop Archer is "haunted by the
suicides of his son and mistress", as the back
cover indicates and on "a bizarre quest for the
identity of Christ".
It is paranoia mixed with belief-systems galore, added
dilemma caused by a brother with mental difficulties,
drug abuse etc.