Luke Rhinehart

Luke Rhinehart (born George Cockcroft November 15, 1932) is an American novelist and screenwriter, best known for his 1971 novel ''The Dice Man,'' about a psychotherapist who casts dice in place of making decisions.

''The Dice Man'' was critically and commercially well received. In 1995, the BBC called it "one of the fifty most influential books of the last half of the twentieth century," and in 1999 ''Loaded'' magazine named it "Novel of the Century". In 2013, the ''Telegraph'' listed it as one of the 50 great cult books of the last hundred years. Although first published in 1971, the book has enjoyed a 21st-century renaissance, being published or republished in more than 60 countries and translated into 26 languages.

His books ''The Search for the Dice Man'', ''Whim'' and ''The Book of the Die'' continue the comic and philosophical ideas first explored in ''The Dice Man''. Provided by Wikipedia
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London : Titan Books, 2017.