From Library Journal
Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.
“Philip K. Dick’s best books always describe a future that is both entirely recognizable and utterly unimaginable.” --The New York Times Book Review
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I am a huge fan of PKD, and honestly have no idea how many of his books I've read. A lot... maybe 20 or 30? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thomas Dunham
For most any other author, this would have been your standard post-nuclear war survival novel - quite possibly the most cliched plot in the SF book. But with Philip K. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rich M.
Much like most Philip k dick novels it is a world and story without a story until you learn the day to day life the atmosphere and environment. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Edward
As usual with Phillip K. Dick books, the inventiveness shines in Dr. Bloodmoney or How We Got Along After the Bomb (1965). the title is a clear reference to Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Read morePublished 9 months ago by M. Buzalka
A brilliant example of PK Dick’s writing. The only real criticism I could have of the book is perhaps there are too many characterS, and it does not hurt to make a keep-tracking... Read morePublished 11 months ago by C. Wagner
For its price, DR. BLOODMONEY is smart and original entertainment. The social commentaries fly out sharp, and the knowledge from Phil -our favorite autodidact- is spot-on. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Johnny Blaze
the characters are fascinating and the surreality interesting, nut ultimately there wasn't a lot going on. I love PKD but this was a tad below his standards IMHOPublished 23 months ago by Paul Roche