Books in British editions

Food of the Gods, Random Century, London. Published in '93. Currently in print. ISBN #0-7126-5445-3.

"Terence McKenna is the most important--and most entertaining--visionary scholar in America. To be uninformed of his ethnobotanical discoveries is to be oblivious to the central thrust of human consciousness, which is not to survive with the dung beetles but to soar with the gods." --Tom Robbins

"McKenna is a wild man, probing the depths of the great mysteries of the mind. He asks big questions, he rides the Edge. He's an explorer, a circumnavigtior of human consciousness. Terence is on to something" --Mickey Hart, The Grateful Dead

True Hallucinations, Rider, London. Published in '93. Currently in print. ISBN #0-7126-6108-5.

"If only a fraction of McKenna's thought is true, he will someday be regarded as the Copernicus of consciousness. If not, he still offers plenty of down-to-earth reasons for preserving the planet, going beneath the surface of scientific inquiry into the psychedelic experience, and some truly amazing dope tales." --The Village Voice

"How the Magellan of mentats put his mind and body on the line and discovered the source of consciousness, the end of history, and the factors that govern the ingress of novelty into our world. If you've been there, this book will take you back; if you haven't, get ready." --Phil Lesh, The Grateful Dead