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Always a joy to read one of the classic SF writers.
If you like novels that make you think, if you've always wondered about where your own reality comes from, you will love this little book.
In this story where religion and reality mutate from one person's mind to the next, we are confronted with the question of what is real.
Eight people are shot by charged and magnetized protons, awakening in a series of ever complex reality tunnels. Read morePublished 4 months ago by T. Tucker
If you loved Inception, or at least the plot, then you will love every bit of this book. It comes filled with plagues, infinite liquor machines, and man-eating homes. Amazing book.Published 7 months ago by Benjamin Brewer
This is probably PKD's earliest really trippy novel, and probably his best-written early one from a strictly technical viewpoint. Read morePublished 11 months ago by L.D.Bronstein
What would life be like if you had to live in one persons perception of the world? Would you be able to survive in a world of religious fanatics? Read morePublished 16 months ago by Todd O'Rourke
Always a joy to read one of the classic SF writers. I highly reccommend it to anyone who enjoys Sci Fi.Published 21 months ago by Ruth Ann Berry
With Philip K. Dick knows, there are two basic themes to his books: "What is human?" and "What is reality?". Read morePublished 23 months ago by mrliteral
I'm about 60-years-old and have been a fan of Philip K. Dick's fiction ever since I was a teen and bought a paperback of his Dr. Bloodmoney from a local news stand. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jeff Soyer
Philip K Dick never disappoints, and this is no exception. I don't think other writer's will ever be able to make such strange ideas so easy to read, I recommend this book!Published on November 9, 2012 by Lauren
I started reading one of these Philip Dick books for a few reasons. First, all of the great reviews. Read morePublished on October 23, 2012 by Edward L. Rothberg