Deus Irae by Philip K. Dick & Roger Zelazny [FIRST EDITION / FIRST PRINTING] 1976
Deus Irae by Philip K. Dick & Roger Zelazny
FIRST EDITION / FIRST PRINTING  DOUBLEDAY & CO.
Hardcover with dust jacket in very good condition.
Dust jacket is in very good shape; with a nice tan and housed in protective mylar jacket with a few small tears to top edge and some wrinkling to top of spine. Sharp unclipped panels.
Book itself is excellent. Pristine, slightly bumped cover. Contents read like new. Minor foxing to exterior text block, mostly confined to fore edge [see last photo]
In the years following World War III, a new and powerful faith has arisen from a scorched and poisoned Earth, a faith that embraces the architect of world wide devastation. The Servants of Wrath have deified Carlton Lufteufel and re-christened him the Deus Irae. In the small community of Charlottesville, Utah, Tibor McMasters, born without arms or legs, has, through an array of prostheses, established a far-reaching reputation as an inspired painter. When the new church commissions a grand mural depicting the Deus Irae, it falls upon Tibor to make a treacherous journey to find the man, to find the god, and capture his terrible visage for posterity.